Can I create custom ul, li, section, header and footer in HTML?« Back to Questions List


You can use our new Class Tag (tutorial pending).

Class Tag (folders only): ${ class |type :arg }
Eg. ${class|ul:class="menu" role="nav"}
- creates: <ul class="menu" role="nav" />

The new Class tag allows you to add dynami elements to your web output. There is no limit to the number of classes/elements you can add, but you must add these on folders.


The element type will render as the HTML element in your outputs, eg. "section", "header", "table", etc.


The arguments will translate as properties for the element, eg. class="my_class".

Example PSD

Download the plugin sample pack from our downloads page, included inside is a demo of our class tag.

[export kit zip folder] \psd_example_files\05_advanced_layer_tags\ek127_518_class.psd
Added November 17, 2014 8:30 pm

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