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Use lists like arrays

For using lists like arrays.

See the help supplied with the plugin, or have a look online.


Join stuff together

adi_join is a simple little thing to join stuff together. Useful for creating comma-separated lists of data.

Simply put the adi_join tag around the output you need joined:

	...statement 1...
	...statement 2...
	...statement 3...

and you’ll...


Split and repeat. Build list, sort values.

Split, loop and repeat a value by value. With this Textpattern plugin, you can turn a simple list of values into advanced HTML output and lists. Split markup half, and represent halves in different places on the page.


Show site visitors which articles have been viewed recently. Most popular or most recent: you choose.

Which articles have been viewed recently, by either date or popularity? Show people what’s hot or not on your site.


Iterate over TXP variables (even from the URL bar).

Iterate over stuff. Any TXP variable available on the public side can be grabbed and its contents can be filtered, then each one of the remaining items can be used in a form.


linklist with modifications

This plugin works like the built in txp:linklist.

But opposite to the built in tag, this plugin does not allow to configure the link category as a static filter. Instead it reads the category from the ?c=‘xxxx’ HTTP-Get Parameter in the URL and filters the links...


An extension to txp:category that returns any parent element from the current (or named) category

Retrieves a parent category from any level “up the tree” of any given category


Simple Multi-Value Custom Fields

This plugin lets you collect related pieces of information into a single field, pull one or more of them back out again, and create conditional content based on individual values in the collection.


Greatly extends on the functionality of txp:recent_comments

Expands on recent_comments by allowing the use of forms to display the comments. You can access all the fields from the comment and it’s parent article.

wet_if_page: Check for page numbers in paginated article lists

Check for page number(s) in article lists

wet_if_page is a conditional tag. In article list mode, it takes a comma separated list of page numbers and compares it to the current page. The contained markup will be rendered when conditions are met, otherwise the “else” part is...

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