Just plug in your TXP install path and use the Bookmarklet Builder to make yourself a nice little bookmarklet for posting to your TXP. The code below will also take the current page’s title and selected text. There’s a lot more data you can use like putting the current page’s url in a...
zem_contact is a plugin which extends Textpattern with a set of custom tags supporting email contact forms.
How to transmit arbitrary information with zem_contact introduces some of the inner workings of that plugin, and how to use it for more than just transferring a visitor’s name and address.
Open articles in popup windows
Recently I wanted to open up the article body in an new window. On the page I had set up I exposed the title and the excerpt and then an link to where the article body was opened up in a new window. Below I will briefly cover how I did.
How to Speed Up Your Textpattern Web Site
Have you noticed your installation of Dean Allen’s Textpattern to be serving up pages a little slower than expected? Puzzled by those ridiculously long render times? Here’s 4 helpful tips to get your site moving.
One of the obvious benefits of Textpattern is it's ease of use and the control it offers over various parts of a site... without the aid of an FTP SFTP program. Some would argue that once Textpattern is installed and running there would be NO need for anything other than the TxP control panel. It really doesn't matter, the point is allot of...
Hiding the comments form and customizing the comments in general
This is the documentation of a few of the steps I took to achieve a customized comments system..
i had stated in the forum that i would like to be able to:
have the comments show only when you click on ‘comments’, rather than having the comments and commentform (particularly) shown fully when on a single_article page.
so here’s how i successfully managed this on mine…
Create article pull-down menus, by section or category.
In “jump-menu”, an article form: