DAY_PAGE — The HTML for the view, after somebody clicks a day on the .

View Types:



No; users of the style cannot override this. It may only be defined in the style.

Variable Type



usernameThe username of the user.
titleThe base title of the user's journal, which is normally used in the HTML title tags and headings, alongside a reference to the date being viewed.
nameThe name of the user whose journal it is.
name-'sAn apostrophe folled by an "s" if the user's name does not end in "s", else just an apostrophe. Used in conjunction with the "name" property, can be used to show possession. For instance, "%%name%%%%name-'s%% Journal" could translate to "Bob's Journal".
websiteIf the user has specified their website, this block is filled with the contents of DAY_WEBSITE.
eventsIf events occurred on this day, then this is equal to DAY_EVENTS, else it is equal to DAY_NOEVENTS. [required]
prevday_urlA URL to the day view for the previous day.
nextday_urlA URL to the day view for the next day.
dayshortDay of week. Short form. Example: Mon, Tue, Wed...
daylongDay of week. Long form. Example: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday...
monshortMonth. Short form. Example: Jan, Feb, Mar...
monlongMonth. Long form. Example: January, February, March...
yyYear, two digit.
yyyyYear, four digit.
mMonth. 1-12.
mmMonth. 01-12.
dDay. 1-31.
ddDay. 01-31.
dthDay plus ordinal. 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th...
headAny user-specified content to go inside the document's <HEAD>, like CSS or META tags. The value is GLOBAL_HEAD followed by DAY_HEAD. You shouldn't define the *_HEAD variables in the style, as users should set them themselves.
urllastnURL to user's lastn view.
urlcalendarURL to user's calendar view.
urlfriendsURL to user's friends view.