Widgets template functions

std:ui:notice(message dismissLink dismissText)

Render a prominent notice for alerting users to important information. The message text is rendered using std:text:paragraph().

dismissLink and dismissText are optional, and if present, render an X icon and text to dismiss the notice.

If you are asking the user to perform an action, use std:ui:request() instead.


Render a notice requesting that the user performs an action. The message text is rendered using std:text:paragraph().

std:ui:navigation:arrow(direction link)

Render a navigation arrow. Direction is "left" or "right", and link is an optional link for the <a> element.

std:ui:button-link(url) { linkedText }

Render a link, styled as a button. The url is automatically interpreted with the URL syntax, you do not need to use an explicit url() function to generate URLs properly.

The anonymous block is rendered within the link tags.

Multiple links immediately next to each other will render with an appropriate gap. Do not add additional whitespace.

For example:

    std:ui:button-link("/do/link" ? a=id) { "Button text" }
    std:ui:button-link("/do/other" id)    { "Another button" }

std:ui:button-link:active(url) { linkedText }

Like std:ui:button-link(), with the button rendered in an ‘active’ style.

std:ui:button-link:disabled() { text }

Render a disabled button in a style to fit in with std:ui:button-link(). Note there is no URL argument.