Category & article menu
adi_cat_menu will produce a menu of child categories and their articles.
By default, adi_cat_menu will produce a menu containing all article categories together with the articles that belong to them. A parent category can be specified, using the
parent="category name" attribute,...
basically same as txp:popup except wraps each parent category in unselectable optgroup tag and lists each child category underneath them for better organization
Weighted list of article categories
Attention: This plugin is in an early stage. Please be aware, that it may contain bugs. Comments and constructive criticism welcome!
This simple plugin is based on the plugin cbs_category_list from Christophe Beyls, but shows the category list as a weighted list, like a tag...
nfe_if_category is a conditional tag that works complementary to the built-in if_category tag.
The tag outputs inclosed content if the loaded page belongs to a specified category or any of its children. This allows you to define ‘parent’ categories able to work as ‘sections’ work right now.
Category popup with article count
<txp:rley_popup_cat /> creates a popup/dropdown list similar to <txp:popup type=“c” /> and <txp:zem_popup_cat />. It shows all categories in the database containing at least 1 article and can optionally show article counts, and be context sensitive.
Conditional tags based on whether or not there are articles in a category
This is a simple plugin which counts the number of articles in a given category and provides conditional tags which you can use to show or hide elements of your site based on whether there are zero or more than zero articles in the category.
Unlimited Article Categories
The rss_unlimited_categories plugin enables you to assign an unlimited number of categories to an article so that you’re not limited to the default number allowed by Textpattern (2).
In addition, the plugin enables recognition of /section/category URLs when you use either /section/title or...
Full menu control (custom order, visibility, no hacks)
This plugin allows you to display categories as a menu tree of nested list elements. It also provides the ability to apply a custom order to all items as well as hiding tree elements or displaying just a part of the tree, giving you full menu control. No hacks/mods required.
Improved Link Lists
This function works the same way as the current Textpattern linklist tag, with the additional ability to group the links under a configurable category heading. This way the lists of links may be listed in a breakcrumb trail and show the hierarchy.
Category format based on number of categories. Edited version.
This plugin was originally released by Doug Kaiser II and recently brought back from the great plugin abyss by Henrik JÃ¶nsson.
The plugin allows for the display of article categories with customized separators and links.
optionally restrict display of categories to top-level only
ats_master_category_list is a very slight modification to category_list that allows for the output of a category list with only master categories. Use ats_master_category_list exactly as you would the normal category_list function; to restrict list to top-level categories only, add the parameter master
Popup category list
A context-sensitive popup category list for Textpattern, shows only categories associated with the current section.
<txp:zem_popup_cat /> creates a popup/dropdown list similar to
<txp:popup type="c" />. It shows categories in a context sensitive manner. On the front page, only...
Passes content conditional on category
This plugin is used as such:
<txp:mdm_if_category category="..."> stuff goes here
The category attribute is optional. If missing, the stuff always shows.
If category is the empty string “", the stuff shows only if no category is current for the...
Create category lists as unordered lists
This works like the category_list tag, but instead of listing the categories out linearly, it creates a hierarchical structure through unordered lists. It allows for depth control, pruning, and some CSS properties.
It accepts the following attributes: start, maxlevel, minlevel, prune, cat, section, cssid,...
Some additional category Tags
1) Article-Form-Tag: Shows Categories, if they are set. (can only be used in an article form)
<txp:asy_showcat link="true" /> link is optional. If the article has categories set, this will output a text like (filed under catName). If link is set to true, catName will be a (section-aware) link.