When creating a multi-component HTML article in Content Station and subsequently placing it on a layout in InDesign or opening it in InCopy, an InCopy template is used to map the styles used in the article with the style information from the template. This ensures that the styling information added to the article shows correctly on the layout.
The article template to use is defined through the <template> tag in the componentDefs.xml file.
<Enterprise Server path>/config
The following attribute is used:
- url. The absolute or relative path to the template.
Configuration for all Brands versus configuration for specific Brands
The template tag is itself placed between the
<brand> </brand> tags. These carry an ID by which you can define to which Brands the settings apply.
When only one Brand is defined, the ID is set to "default" and all settings are used across all Brands:
To make the settings specific to a Brand, we can replace "default" by the Brand ID:
Step 1. Open a Web browser and log in to Enterprise Server.
Step 2. In the Maintenance menu or on the Home page, click Brands. A page showing a list of all Brands appears.
Step 3. Click on the Brand for which you need the ID.
The Brand Maintenance page appears. The Brand ID is shown at the end of the URL in the address bar of the browser.
Example: Here, the Brand ID is 1:
Typically, you would have settings set up for a default Brand, plus additional settings for each specific Brand.
Example: Here, settings for a default Brand is set up and one additional group of settings for Brand with ID '1'.