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Creating Add-on Elements

Add-ons are composed of several types of elements.

Add-on Element Types

Executable Element - When the add-on is executing, this code is run. These elements include active scripting like vbScript, inline scripts like PHP, referenced to Visual Studio dotnet classes and much more.

Content Elements - When the add-on is placed on a page or template, these elements are placed on the page.

The Form Element - An xml structure used to create simple settings pages. For instance, if your code uses a site property to display the administrator's name, you could save the name in a site property and use another add-on as a setting page that the site owners could easily access and modify the site property.