Dynamic content spots

The Simple Theme template includes many different dynamic content spots that you can use to customize your custom theme.

Some dynamic content spots can take parameters. These parameters are added to the href of the content spot as a query string:
<a rel="dynamic-content" href="dyn-cs:id:st_footer?someparam=somevalue"></a>
st_head
Sets title and description metadata.
Adds the NavStateUrl. NavStateURL can be turned off by setting the parameter includeNavStateUrl to false.
Adds the favicon. The favicon can be turned off by setting the parameter includeFavicon to false. You can also set the favicon to a different file name or location by setting the parameter faviconLocation to the URL of your file.
st_one_level_nav
Adds the single level navigation markup. This property can take two parameters:
startLevel
Indicates the level on which navigation starts. The default is 1.
rootLabel
The aria-label of the navigation element. The default is Portal Application.
st_two_level_nav
Adds the two-level navigation markup. This property can take two parameters:
startLevel
Indicates the level on which navigation starts. The default is 1.
rootLabel
The aria-label of the navigation element. The default is Portal Application.
st_mega_menu_nav
Adds the mega-navigation markup. This property can take two parameters:
startLevel
Indicates the level on which navigation starts. The default is 1.
rootLabel
The aria-label of the navigation element. The default is Portal Application.
st_bootstrap_nav
Adds the bootstrap navigation markup. This property can take two parameters:
startLevel
Indicates the level on which navigation starts. The default is 1.
rootLabel
The aria-label of the navigation element. The default is Portal Application.
st_actions_menu
Adds the Actions menu. You can define the actions in fs-type1/themes/themename/menu-definitions/pageActions.json.
st_edit_profile
Adds the Profile menu. You can define the menu items in fs-type1/themes/themename/menu-definitions/profileActions.json.
st_login_logout
Adds the login link if the user is not logged in.
st_footer
Adds the footer when it is defined by children of a specific hidden page. The default parent page is ibm.portal.theme.simple.footer, but you can override this default setting by setting the parameter navRootPage to the unique name of your hidden parent page. You can also indicate that you want the link to open in a new window by setting the parameter openNewTab to true.
st_wcm_content
Specifies the footer as HCL Digital Experience Web Content Manager content. This property takes one parameter, path, which is the location of a Web Content Manager content item that is rendered.
st_self_care
Displays the edit profile page in fs-type1/themes/themename/menu-definitions/profileActions.json