Placeholder Index.html

You will need to create a page with name index-user

Tip: Inside a mustache template all the available info is under the variable @context
Tip: You can access attributes for an object inside a section. A section is defined as {{#current_user}}...{{/current_user}}
Sections render blocks of text one or more times, depending on the value of the key in the current context.
Tip: If you need to implement a helper function in a mustache view, place it inside w3_mustache file
Labels availables
agency
agency_name
agency_cname
current_user
current_user_name
current_user_email
current_user_username
current_user_role
current_user_agent
current_user_photo_url
ip_address

Tip: If you need to access another attribute for current user or agency you can do something as the following example:

{{#current_user}}
  {{photo_url}}
  {{showname}}
{{/current_user}}
While sections can be used to render text one or more times based on the value of the key, inverted sections may render text once based on the inverse value of the key. That is, they will be rendered if the key doesn't exist, is false, or is an empty list.
Inverted sections begins with {{^section}} and ends with {{/section}}

Inverted sections example:

{{^current_user}}
You will see this line if current user is empty
{{/current_user}}

Post
current_post (Returns @post)
post_title
post_permalink
post_travel_date
post_content
post_hits_all
post_zid
post_user
post_link
Collections
post_attachments Returns a collection of all attachments
post_photos returns a collection of photos which you can iterate using the tag {{#post_photos}}...{{/post_photos}}
user_photos returns a collection of photos which you can iterate using the tag {{#user_photos}}...{{/user_photos}}
post_videos returns a collection of videos which you can iterate using the tag {{#post_videos}}...{{/post_videos}}
categories
places
Inside the collection you can access the attributes for an attachment, such as:
id
title
original_size
super_tiny_size
tiny_size
thumb_size
medium_size
large_size
grid_size
xlarge_size
kind
kind_id
permalink
description
url
width
height
thumbnail_url
thumbnail_width
thumbnail_height
html
author_name
author_url
provider_name
provider_url
user_id
Example:
{{#post_photos}}
  {{title}}
{{/post_photos}}

The above example will print the title for each photo of the collection

Responses
post_responses returns a collection of responses related to the @post object, which you can iterate using the tag {{#post_responses}}...{{/post_responses}}
user_responses returns a collection of responses related to the @current_user object, which you can iterate using the tag {{#user_responses}}...{{/user_responses}}
Inside the collection you can access the attributes for an attachment, such as:
id
parent_id
kind
kind_id
user_id
content
ip
attachments_count
likers_count
abuses_count
agency_id


Places
places Returns the content of @places if exist
Inside the collection you have access to the attributes for palces:
id
kind
title
permalink
content
lat
lng
address
country_code
region
city
attachments_count
follows_count
likes_count
hits_all
summary
want_to_go_to_count
places_been_to_count
things_to_do_count
tips_count
continent
woeid
woeid_parent
place_type
aliases
ts
photo_url
geonameid
population
feature_code


Others collections
Itineraries post_iteneraries
Bookmarks post_bookmarks
Errors errors