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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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 CMS conditional tags: nesting or not

In my previous article regarding Textpattern CMS conditional tags, I walked through an example code chunk that used a bunch of conditional tags to context-sensitively populate the `<title>` of a …

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Textpattern CMS conditional tags:

The first Textpattern CMS conditional tag to learn about is `<txp:else />`. It’s a standout tag when compared alongside the other 32 conditional tags because it can be legitimately used …

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Textpattern CMS conditional tags: nesting in action

At a base level, Textpattern CMS conditional tags check on the status of a thing (i.e., is the thing an article, is there an excerpt with this article, is the …

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