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{% extends g.theme.master %}
{% block title %}Neighborhood Help{% endblock %}
{% block header %}Neighborhood Help{% endblock %}
{% block content %}
<p>Welcome to your neighborhood! We strive to make many neighborhood features easy to understand on their own,
but there's always room for some additional explanation. Here's information on a few advanced features.</p>
<h2>The [[projects]] macro</h2>
<p>In any neighborhood tool (e.g. a wiki) you can use the <code>[[projects]]</code> macro
to list all the projects in your neighborhood.
</p>
<p>
Example: <code>[[projects columns=2 show_download_button=no limit=50]]</code>
</p>
<p>Display options:</p>
<ul>
<li><code>show_proj_icon</code> = yes/no. Default 'yes'</li>
<li><code>show_download_button</code> = yes/no. Default 'no'</li>
<li><code>show_awards_banner</code> = yes/no. Default 'yes'</li>
<li><code>sort</code> = last_updated/alpha/random/last_registered. Default 'last_updated'</li>
<li><code>show_total</code> = yes/no. Adds a sentence with a total count of how many projects are listed. Default 'no'</li>
<li><code>columns</code> = 1, 2, or 3. Default 1</li>
</ul>
<p>Filter options:</p>
<ul>
<li><code>limit</code> = any number; default 100</li>
<li><code>labels</code> = project label(s) to include. Separate multiple labels with "|" to match any label. Separate with "," to require matching all labels listed.</li>
<li><code>award</code> = short name of award</li>
<li><code>category</code> = category, for example <code>"Programming Language :: Scala"</code> (include the quotes)</li>
<li><code>private</code> = yes. Show only private projects. Projects are always filtered by permissions of the logged in user.</li>
</ul>
<h2>Project Template</h2>
<p>On the <a href="../overview">Neighborhood Overview</a> form, the "Project Template" textbox allows you to specify a standard set of tools and options
for all new projects, instead of choosing tools when creating the project. Please
contact Support for assistance setting up a project template.</p>
{% endblock %}