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Adding a step to a Gloop template

There are multiple ways you could add a tag step or invoke template step to a Gloop template. You can use the toolbar, context menu, keyboard shortcut, content assist, or drag and drop a file.

To add a tag step using the toolbar, click the plus-shaped green button. A menu of available steps will appear. From this menu, click Tag. Your newly added step should now be displayed in the step tree.

Adding a tag step via toolbar

Adding a tag step via toolbar

To add a tag step using the context menu, right click on your template's step tree. From the appearing context menu, select Add > Tag.

Adding a tag step via context menu

Adding a tag step via context menu

You can also add a tag using the keyboard shortcut , but you must do this while focused on the step tree.

Another way to add a tag or invoke template step is through content assist. This method lets you conveniently add steps using only your keyboard. To add a step through content assist:

  1. Press the key from the step editor to trigger content assist.
  2. Search for the name of the tag step or Gloop template you would like to insert.
  3. Select a proposal using the or keys.
  4. Finalize your selection by pressing .

If the tag you chose has configurable attributes, you will be asked to select which attributes to set. If pre-defined values exist for an attribute, content assist will list them as proposals so you can easily use these values. And to further help you write your web page; tags, attributes, and values also have descriptions visible in the content assist pop-up.

Adding a tag step via content assist

Adding a tag step via content assist

Use content assist to generate tables

You can use content assist to generate a table based on an array of Gloop models.

  1. Press to trigger content assist.
  2. Search table from model array or tfma, and press enter.
  3. Select the model array you want to use, and press enter.

Generating a table from an array of models

Lastly, you can add an invoke template step by dragging and dropping a template to the step tree.

Adding an invoke template step via dragging and dropping

Adding an invoke template step via dragging and dropping