Organization anchors are used to create cards in your Artemis archive to hold the content generated from your anchors. By default, Artemis generates a single card which will contain all content generated by your anchors. However, using the organizational anchor
@card allows you to create new cards with custom names, colors, and sections. This allows you to group and organize your Archive content into the manner that makes the most sense for you.
You can create a new card using the following syntax:
# @card title="Card Name"
For example, if you want to put the content of a documentation anchor into a card named "Overview", you can write
# @card title="Card Name" # @doc Sample Content
Important Note: You will not see a card appear until you've generated content that can be placed in that card.
In addition to configuring a card's title, you can configure a card's section, background color, side color, and text color.
|title||Title of card|
|section||Section that card belongs to|
|bg-color||Color of card's background|
|side-color||Color of card's left border|
|text-color||Color of card's text|
This gives detailed documentation on the different named arguments that may be used to customize cards.
A card's section determines how it is grouped when you switch into "Context Mode." You can configure a card's section by adding the named argument
section="Section Name" to the end of a card anchor's line.
For example, to create a card with the title "Card A" and put it into the "Intro" section, write:
# @card title="Card A" section="Intro" # @doc Sample content
In flow mode, this card appears normal:
In context mode, this card appears in the section "Intro"
You can customize the left border color of a card by adding the named argument
side-color=rgb(255,0,0). This side color is used to visually group cards while in flow mode.
For example, to create a card with the title "Card A" and a red side color, write:
# @card title="Card A" side-color=rgb(255,0,0) # @doc Sample content
You can customize a card's text color by adding the named argument
# @card title="Card A" text-color=rgb(255,0,0) # @doc Sample content
You can customize a card's background color by adding the named argument
# @card title="Card A" bg-color=rgb(255,0,0) # @doc Sample content
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