What are tokens?
Tokens are keywords enclosed in square brackets  that are replaced by their accompanying values at runtime.
DNNStuff modules rely extensively on several types of tokens.
- DotNetNuke tokens - tokens intrinsic to DotNetNuke
- Module tokens - tokens intrinsic to the module itself
- Logic tokens - tokens that test for logic conditions
- Data tokens - tokens used to loop and present data
DotNetNuke tokens are those that relate particularly to the current DotNetNuke session. These tokens are part of the DNN core framework and have the same syntax throughout all DNN sites.
Please see the list of Standard DotNetNuke token list and syntax.
Module Specific Tokens
Module specific tokens are those that are intrinsic to the module itself. Please see the specific module documentation for more details.
See Logic Tokens
See Data Tokens
See Eval Tokens
See Call Tokens
Token surrounding brackets  may be escaped by using 0x5B and 0x5D respectively.