Template

Lists & Objects are generally accessed using sections (including inverted) to iterate over and access properties respectively. However, simple tags can be used to output the contents of a list or the properties of an object in CSV format.

Definitions
Name Type Description
cookies List The names of all cookies associated with the page
coords Object The properties of your current physical location (e.g. latitude, longitude and many more)
fparams Object The key/value pairs of all parameters within the hash fragment (e.g. fragment foo=bar&fu=baz contains foo and fu)
fsegments List The segments from the hash fragment's path
images ¹ List The URLs of all images on the page
keywords ¹ List The keywords from the page's meta information
List The URLs of all links on the page
localStorage ¹New Object The items stored in the localStorage of the page
params Object The key/value pairs of all parameters (e.g. query foo=bar&fu=baz contains foo and fu)
plugins List The names of all enabled browser plugins (e.g. Shockwave Flash)
Object The properties of your most popular template (e.g. title, content, shortcut and many more)
scripts ¹ List The URLs of all external script used by the page
segments List The segments from the URL's path
selectedImages ¹ List The URLs of all images within the current selection
List The URLs of all links within the current selection
sessionStorage ¹New Object The items stored in the sessionStorage of the page
styleSheets ¹ List The URLs of all external CSS resources used by the page
tabs List The URLs of all tabs open in the current window
template Object The properties of the activated template (e.g. title, image, usage and many more)

This page's information will be used in the following examples.

As it's a list, you can do the following to iterate over all the segments;

Follow the breadcrumbs;
{#segments}
 * {.}
{/segments}

Would output the following;

Follow the breadcrumbs;
 * guide
 * lists-objects

In order to access the properties of an object it couldn't be any easier than this;

{#params}foo is "{foo}" and fu is "{fu}".{/params}
{^params}No parameters could be found!{/params}

Since this page has (or at least should have) no parameters it would output the following;

No parameters could be found!

However, if it was to have something like foo=bar&fu=baz as its query string it would output this;

foo is "bar" and fu is "baz".

Alternatively, this could be achieved using dot notation as follows;

foo is "{params.foo}" and fu is "{params.fu}".

Using the following you can access the name and values of all available cookies;

The site has following information stored;
{#cookies}
 * {.} = "{#cookie}{.}{/cookie}"
{/cookies}

This will output in something like the following;

The site has following information stored;
 * JSESSIONID = "2pkffy9ivmpfwntf12y6o4cgu"
 * __utmc = "224978569"

If you would like to embed a map of your current location (e.g. in a blog post) try the following snippet;

{#coords}
<iframe width="425" height="350" frameborder="0" scrolling="no" marginheight="0" marginwidth="0" src="http://maps.google.com/maps?ll={latitude},{longitude}&output=embed"></iframe>
<br>
<small><a href="http://maps.google.com/maps?ll={latitude},{longitude}&source=embed">View Larger Map</a></small>
{/coords}