The <content> tag

<content> is the start of the actual content of a page. It is converted to a <div id="content"> tag in XHTML. Content is thus more of a convenience tag (since you could write the <div> yourself).


The <content> tag has no attributes.


Every file should contain some content, like in this example:

<content><p>Hello, world!</p></content>

The resulting file will contain:

Hello, world!