Passes argument to php rawurlencode function
sho_urlencode is an extremely simple plugin similar to etz_striptags. It passes its argument to the php rawurlencode function and should work with all versions of Textpattern.
It was necessary to create this plugin in order to get the Facebook Like button working for me and keeping any php code from the...
Assign alias URLs to articles for 301 redirection
The motivation for this plugin came from wanting short URLs in print media to reference articles with complicated URLs. What if, in a newsletter, we could say:
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Strip white spaces and GZIP compress pages on the fly. Set any page headers. Simple 301 redirect with conditions.
Sanitize text between opening & closing tag for use in a URL
This plug-in implements a container tag (
mta_sanitize) which will “sanitize” any text contained between the opening & closing tag for use in a URL. This is a wrapper around the built-in
sanitizeForUrl() function and will also parse other textpattern tags that it contains.
Simple plugin for automatic metainformation
A Textpattern plugin used for SEO. The plugin includes basic SEO tools, from semi-automatic metainformation generation to useful redirections that prevent double content as rah_metas is also able redirect requested messy urls to cleans, leaving no space for the double content...
Clean URLS for IIS
Designed primarily to make use of the ‘/section/title’ permanent links mode which is usually not available when Textpattern is installed on IIS. It requires the use of ISAPI_rewrite. It has no relevance to the majority of eminently sensible Textpattern users who use Apache...
clean feed urls
This plugin extends Textpattern’s default Atom & RSS functionality to allow for
/clean/feed/urls. Included with this plugin is the template tag
ajw_clean_feed_link (detailed below), which is used for displaying feed links in your page templates.
Support all URL formats at the same time
I was excited about the new clean-URL options in TxP 1.0 (esspecially about dropping the ID from the URL), but I was disaapointed to learn that TxP would only accept URLs in the format it was writing them in. So I wrote a plugin to address that. Announcing sgb_url_handler.