# HTML Template

# Modify the default template

Create a new file src/pages/document.ejs, umi stipulates that if this file exists, it will be used as the default template. You need to ensure that <div id="root"></div> appears.

<!doctype html>
  <meta charset="utf-8" />
  <title>Your App</title>
  <div id="root"></div>

# Configure template

In HTML template, the variables provided by umi can be consumed from `context', which contains:

  • route, route object, including attributes such as path and component
  • config, configuration information
  • publicPath2.1.2+, output.publicPath of webpack
  • env, environment variable with a value of development or production
  • Other configurations extended from context in the route

HTML template is rendered based on ejs , you can refer to https://github.com/mde/ejs for specific usage.

For example, escaped output:

<link rel="icon" type="image/x-icon" href="<%= context.publicPath %>favicon.png" />

For example, conditional judgment:

<% if(context.env === 'production') { %>
  <h2>Production environment</h2>
<% } else {%>
  <h2>Development environment</h2>
<% } %>

# Specify templates for specific pages


This function needs to turn on the exportStatic configuration, otherwise only one index.html file is output by default.


Priority: document of route > src/pages/document.ejs > built-in template of umi

Configure the document attribute of route.

For example, conventional routing can extend the document attribute in annotations, and the path is relative to the root directory of project:

 * document: ./src/documents/404.ejs

Then umi will output HTML for this route with using ./src/documents/404.ejs as the template.