Dynamic includes expose extension points in JSPs for injecting additional HTML, adding resources, modifying editors, and more. Several dynamic includes are available. Once you know the dynamic include’s key, you can use it to create a module to inject your content.
This section of tutorials lists the available dynamic include keys, along with a description of their use cases and a code example.
The following extension points are covered in this section of tutorials:
|bottom||Load additional HTML or scripts in the bottom of the theme’s body|
|top_head||Load additional links in the theme’s head|
|top_js||Load additional JS files in the theme’s head|
|WYSIWYG||Add resources to the editor, listen to events, update the configuration, etc.|