The <%Render%> tag can be used in VHTML files to render components or other VHTML resources.
Any attributes added to the end of the <%Render%> tag, in addition the ones defined below, are passed to the component or resource.
Each component or resource defines their own required attributes.
These component or resource attributes can also be passed as query parameters on the end of the Href attribute.
You can also pass values of parameters that are passed to your component by surrounding the parameter name with the ‘$’ character.
For instance, if the URL to a custom component were /Frame/Resource/89/custom.vhtml?view=full, that component could contain a <%Render%> tag that used the “view” parameter like this: <%Render Href=”Component/ActivityPlayer” View=”$view$” %>.
<%Render Href="relativeUrl" [Id="string"]%>
|%Render%||Href||Relative url of the component or resource to render.
To render a component, use the format “Component/<ComponentName>”, where <ComponentName> is the name of the component. For example, the value “Component/ActivityPlayer” renders the ActivityPlayer component.
To render a resource, use the format “Resource/<PathToResource>,” where <PathToResource> is the relative path to the domain resource, including the .vhtm or .vhtml extension.
|Id||Identifier of the rendered component. If one is not supplied a GUID is automatically supplied. This identifier is used by components to make their behavior and markup unique on the final HTML page. This is useful if you have more than one of the same type of component on the same page.|