Essential for turning a design into a template, the <ss:regions:content />
tag creates an 'island' in the design where the page's editable content sits. The rest of the design outside of the region remains uneditable.
Each design needs to have exactly 1 content region visible at any one time (as Pages only have 1 primary content).
Multiple can be present if they are surrounded by <ss:logic:if>
tags to create different scenarios inside the design. If more editable regions are required then <ss:regions:contentadditional>
can be used.
Give this control a unique id. Can be accessed in the client DOM (eg, document.getElementById('myid'), or in the server DOM using [? $myid ?] or [? $('myid') ?]).
Set to true when it is appropriate to have an ss:templates:section as the default page contents for pages using this design.
Typically, full width content regions will set requiressection="true"
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