The available parameters are as shown below, taken from the SiteGenesis.ini in the sample-site folder from the SiteGenesis installation directory.
# SiteGenesis Site Preferences # The preferences in this file are used for this folder and all subfolders. # Preferences in subfolders override those in this file. # Blank lines and lines beginning with '#' are ignored. # TagCaps lets you set the uppercase/lowercase setting of HTML elements (tags) #TagCaps [Obfuscate|Upper|Lower|Unchanged] TagCaps Obfuscate # Verbosity controls how many log messages are displayed. # Verbosity [Low|Medium|High] Verbosity Medium # CopyrightHolder is the HTML to be inserted where the name of the copyright holder is shown. # Use <!-- SG_Copyright --> to add a copyright notice in your HTML files. CopyrightHolder <A HREF="/index.html">Your Name Here</a> # Maintainer is the HTML to be inserted where the site master is shown. # Use <!-- SG_Last_Modified --> to include last-modified text with the maintainer HTML. Maintainer <A HREF="/index.html">Webmaster Name or Link Here</a> # AdLocation controls whether advertisements are displayed, and if so, where on your page # AdLocation [Disabled|Right] AdLocation Right # GooglePublisherId is your Google publisher ID to embed in your ads GooglePublisherId pub-7243394969654618 # SiteIndex controls the indexing of this folder and descendants # SiteIndex [Off|On] SiteIndex On # SiteIndexStyle is the style for the site-wide index # SiteIndexStype [Static] SiteIndexStyle Static # SiteIndexBase is the base name to use for the site-wide index # The static index has ".html" appended, so this becomes search.html SiteIndexBase search # Header is HTML inserted immediately after <body> # Use <!-- SG_Breadcrumbs --> as shown to include breadcrumbs in the header Header <table border=""1 width="100%"><tr><td><table cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" width="100%"><tr><td><!-- SG_Breadcrumbs --></td><td align="right"><a href="/index.html" ><strong>Site Home</strong></a></td></tr></table></td></tr></table> # Create your own tags using '<!-- SG_YourTagNameHere -->' in your HTML # You can substitute other values in the macro by placing them in % signs, as shown SG_YourTagNameHere <h3>This HTML will appear in your files in place of the SG_YourTagNameHere comment</h3><h3>Maintained by %Maintainer%</h3> # A useful technique is to make a collection of links used by many files in the folder or several places in a file. # Here we'll create links to show at the top and bottom of the home page SG_RelatedPages <center><a href="index.html">[Home]</a>|<a href="folderA/index.html">[Folder A Home]</a>|<a href="folderB/index.html">[Folder B Home]</a></center>
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