Coldfusion (spectra) question

we have a web application (CMS) that is built on colfusion (allaire -spectra) whatever that is.. :) when i tried edit a node (a folder in the navigation) and this is what i saw. are these custom tags? where can i find what these do?

ALIGNMENT:    
ALTURL:    
ALWAYSVISIBLE:  Yes   No    
BACKGROUNDIMAGE:    
CREATOR:    
DESCRIPTION:    
ELEMENTPOSITIONINDEX:    
FILENAME:    
FILTER:    
FOLDER:    
FOLLOWSCROLLING:  Yes   No    
HEIGHT:    
HIDDEN:  Yes   No    
HORIZONTALMENU:  Yes   No    
ICON:    
IDOFDIVHIDE:    
KEEPALIVE:  Yes   No    
LINKTITLE:    
LOCKEDBY:    
MENUBORDERWIDTH:    
MENULEFT:    
MENUNAME:    
MENUTOP:    
MENUWIDTH:    
NONAV:  Yes   No    
OBJECTHISTORY:    
OPENTHEMENUSONCLICK:  Yes   No    
OWNERGROUP:    
POSTOPSUBIMAGE:    
QUICKLINKS:    
RESERVED:    
RIGHTTOLEFT:  Yes   No    
SCREENPOSITION:    
SCROLLABLEMENU:  Yes   No    
SEPARATORBAR:  Yes   No    
SITEMAPSUPPRESS:  Yes   No    
STARTURL:    
STYLEPROPERTIES:    
TARGET:    
TEXTONLYSUPPRESS:  Yes   No    
VALUE:  


hope you can help me.. thanks!
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MauseCommented:
Hi there

Your node is a object in spectra and I gues that these are properties of your node.
If you want to find out what these do look in the code or just try them out.

You can also login your webtop (spectra) to see all the (spectra)objects and their settings.


Hope this helps
Mause
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LJ GaviolaSoftware QAAuthor Commented:
HI Mause, I'm sorry but I don't have access to the code and the spectra. Are these customized or is it built in in spectra?
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MauseCommented:

In spectra you can make objects an define your own properties
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