About Pete Cooper

Pete Cooper has been using Textpattern since 2005. Textpattern is his preferred CMS weapon of choice. Its logical and flexible approach to content management makes Pete happy, as does its lightweight core and helpful user community. Pete's website - petecooper.org - runs on top of Textpattern and chronicles his day-to-day experiences from his home near the Atlantic in north Cornwall, United Kingdom.

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Pete Cooper

About Pete Cooper

Pete Cooper has been using Textpattern since 2005. Textpattern is his preferred CMS weapon of choice. Its logical and flexible approach to content management makes Pete happy, as does its lightweight core and helpful user community. Pete's website - petecooper.org - runs on top of Textpattern and chronicles his day-to-day experiences from his home near the Atlantic in north Cornwall, United Kingdom.

Textpattern comment form components

Textpattern CMS comment form tags are vital to the construction of a comment submission form Without them, there’s no form. That said, there’s no requirement to use every single comment …

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Introducing Textpattern comment tags

Textpattern CMS has the ability to accept comments on published articles. It’s a useful feature if you want to gather feedback on some or all articles. For some people, Textpattern …

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Textpattern comment tags for published comments

Textpattern CMS‘s comment infrastructure is basic but functional. Textpattern tags are used to construct forms that comment authors can use to leave feedback, and there are a bunch of other …

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