Customize page field snippets for a page layout

Using the design manager to create some custom page layouts which are associated with a custom content type that has some metadata. The pages in my library have extra information that we are using along with managed navigation and search faceting.

I’ve used the design manager to create snippets for the .html version of the page layout. For example I’ve created a section for Show only in Edit Mode and then a snippet for my managed metadata Topic. This allows the page editors/creators to assign the metadata while editing the page — saves them having to open the properties panel. This works great and only shows the metadata tagging control while the page is in edit mode.

But I also want to show the tags to the end user — just in a different place.

So I created a different Show only in Regular Mode section and put another Topic snippet in that part. And that works.

But some of our pages belong to two topics. In that case I don’t want to use the default display of

Topic 1; Topic 2 

Is there a way to customize how that is shown?

In looking at the snipped customizer I see the following attributes that seem promising

  • AlternateTemplate
  • CustomTemplate
  • DisplayTemplate
  • Template

I tried searching for information about how one might use those or even if they do what I hope. But I couldn’t find anything because there are so many combinations of “SharePoint pagelayout snippet template” and combinations thereof.

I’m not sure what kind of values to put in those attributes and can’t find any documention, so I tried putting a value in Custom template and got an error:

Cannot create an object of type ‘System.Web.UI.ITemplate’ from its string representation ‘MyCustomTemplate’ for the ‘CustomTemplate’ property.

Similar error for the other attributes.

Is there a way to customize how snippets display their content? How do I do that?

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Is there any way to customize the functionality/appearance of an HTML object tag?

I currently have a simple <object> tag used for displaying a PDF in the browser. Ideally, what I’d like to be able to do is add some additional buttons to the top bar, and maybe change the design (for example – swapping the default grey background with a white background).

I tried using some inline styling to test and it did nothing. I also noticed that the element selector in the dev console doesn’t even highlight the object. So I’m feeling pretty skeptical about it, but I couldn’t find anything about whether or not this is possible.

I know of PDF.js, but using the object tag is so much simpler than a whole new library and is almost enough functionality for it to be a perfect for my use. I don’t want to have to reinvent the wheel if it’s actually possible to tweak the style/buttons provided by default in the object tag.

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