Appendix B. S1 Variable Reference: Most Recent Entries
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GLOBAL_HEAD — Any arbitrary HTML you want placed in the <HEAD> of the page being displayed.
This is a good place to put CSS or META tags. Being global, this
will be placed in any view type. If you want to add tags for a specific view
type, use LASTN_HEAD, DAY_HEAD, FRIENDS_HEAD, or CALENDAR_HEAD.
LASTN_EVENT_PRIVATE — An optional specialized form of LASTN_EVENT to be used on entries that are marked as "private" (only the original poster can see them). If you leave this blank, the standard event variable will be used instead.
LASTN_EVENT_PROTECTED — An optional specialized form of LASTN_EVENT to be used on entries that are marked as "friends" or "custom" (only a select group of people can see them). If you leave this blank, the standard event variable will be used instead.
LASTN_HEAD — Any arbitrary HTML you want placed in the <HEAD> of the lastn page.
This is a good place to put CSS or META tags. If you want to add the
same tags to all your pages, use GLOBAL_HEAD.
LASTN_SUBJECT — When a journal entry has a subject, this variable is inserted into the %%subject%% property of LASTN_EVENT.
LASTN_TALK_LINKS — Define here HTML (if any) that you want to be displayed for the links to read comments and post comments on the current event. The contents of this variable are inserted into %%talklinks%% in LASTN_EVENT, if the user has commenting enabled.
LASTN_TALK_READLINK — If there are comments on the existing journal entry being displayed, then one of these variables is inserted into the %%readlink%% property of LASTN_TALK_LINKS.
LASTN_USERPIC — Creates the IMG tag needed to show your picture on the last-n page.
LASTN_WEBSITE — When the user has specified their website URL, this variable goes into the %%website%% property of LASTN_PAGE.
The default view, a reverse-chronological list of the last 'n' items in your journal, where 'n' is an integer value that the user may specify. Usually 'n' defaults to something like 20.