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:
<txp:adi_join> ...statement 1... ...statement 2... ...statement 3... </txp:adi_join>
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.
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...
Check for page number(s) in article lists
Related articles by categories, keywords, custom fields, and/or author.
chh_related_articles is an enhanced version of txp:related_articles that can determine “relatedness” not just by comparing article categories, but also via keywords, authors, and/or custom fields, and by mapping values between any of these fields.
Display list of installed plugins
This is another plugin that uses forms to display stuff. Here, it’ll display a list (or a definition list, or a br seperated paragraph) of your plugins.
- title – name of plugin
- permlink – author uri
- excerpt – plugin...
Output an unordered list of the most recent comments
In the current version, the recent_comments tag from Dean isn’t working like I want it. I want an unordend list, like the other lists (recent articles, related etc.) So I made my own plugin that I can use till Dean fixed the list problem (cause it should work in my opinion).
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...
Displays a list of the most commented-upon articles.
The purpose of Chatometer is to list articles by the number of comments they receive. It gives some idea of which articles are the busiest in terms of dicussion, which is often a good pointer to the most interesting articles. Forgive the name.
<txp:dru_chatometer limit="10" wraptag="ul" break="li" />
Related articles by keywords
This plug-in behaves the same as related_articles except that it searches for keywords as well.
By defining keywords when posting an article you can create relationships between various articles and have a (hopefully) better list of related articles.
- Limit the number of articles...
section-aware automatic section and article menus
The rdt_dynamenus plugin automagically generates section-aware menus of sections and articles and ensures that they are automagically updated whenver new sections or articles are added to the website.
Recent articles in a dropdown list
akh_selrecent is a modified (and seperate) version of txp:recent_articles. it outputs exactly the same information (list of recent entries) as the existing txp:recent_articles, except in the form of a dropdown list.
It takes the same attributes as txp:recent_articles (except for br), so: label, limit,...
Displays the most popular articles according to your log.
This plugin scours your log file to determine the most accessed articles.
Articles are displayed in descending order as linked headlines to the article URL.
To create a list of the top 10 articles, you would use: