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  1. Macro signatures

    Whenever macro expressions are saved in the administration, the system automatically adds a security signature. Signatures ensure the integrity of macros and identify the user who entered the macro. Every macro signature contains an identifier of the macro's author and a hash of the given expression. To increase
    Xperience DocumentationNov 28, 2022
  2. Macro resolvers

    Macro resolution within Xperience is handled by system components known as macro resolvers. A resolver is responsible for processing entered macro expressions and outputting the result. The resolution process can be simplified into the following steps: The resolver parses the macro expression to identify its
    Xperience DocumentationNov 11, 2022
  3. Define macro fields

    Macro fields need to be defined per macro resolver. Resolvers are system components that ensure the processing of macros. By adding fields into specific resolvers, you make them available for the functionality handled by that particular resolver. You can register macro fields into resolvers: globally – makes
    Xperience DocumentationNov 11, 2022
  4. Macro expressions

    Macros are text expressions that the system evaluates and resolves into values. For more information about macro usage, see Use macro expressions. Macros availability In the current version of Xperience, macro expressions are only usable in the Modules application when defining default values for editing forms
    Xperience DocumentationSep 16, 2022
  5. .Reference - Macro methods vRefresh7Archived

    Macro expressions allow you to use a large variety of methods. The following categories list the methods according to the type of provided functionality: The macro syntax allows you to use infix notation for the first parameter of methods. For example: {% "word".ToUpper() %} instead of {% ToUpper("word
  6. Use macro expressions

    Macro expressions need to be enclosed in curly brackets and the percentage symbol: {% <expression> %} Input fields that support macro expressions are marked by an input mode switcher. MacroInput.png Macro syntax Xperience provides an object-oriented language named K#, which defines the available macro expression
    Xperience DocumentationOct 06, 2022
  7. .Reference - Macro methods vRefresh0Archived

    Macro expressions allow you to use a large variety of methods. The following categories list the methods according to the type of provided functionality: The macro syntax allows you to use infix notation for the first parameter of methods. For example: {% "word".ToUpper() %} instead of {% ToUpper("word
  8. Reference - Macro methods

    Macro expressions allow you to use a large variety of methods. The following categories list the methods according to the type of provided functionality: The macro syntax allows you to use infix notation for the first parameter of methods. For example: {% "word".ToUpper() %} instead of {% ToUpper("word
  9. Macro expressions

    Macros are text expressions that the system evaluates and converts into values. By using macros, you can create dynamic website content and in general configure the application to perform different actions under different conditions. Macros range from simple expressions for loading values from data in the system
    Kentico 12 DocumentationNov 22, 2018
  10. Macro expressions

    Macros are text expressions that the system evaluates and converts into values. By using macros, you can create dynamic website content and in general configure the application to perform different actions under different conditions. Macros range from simple expressions for loading values from data in the system