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.

Understanding Textpattern CMS tag

The Textpattern CMS `<txp:article>` tag is a monster. It’s one of the most extensive and sometimes misunderstood Textpattern tags, and on that basis I debated whether or not a 500 …

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Understanding Textpattern CMS tag

I’ll say this from the get-go: `<txp:article_custom>` and `<txp:article>` are not the same. They share a bunch of attributes, yes, but they do two different jobs and cannot be simply …

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Understanding Textpattern CMS , and tags

Each Textpattern CMS article has one, two or three timestamps. Every article has, by definition, a publication timestamp when it becomes visible. If that article is subsequently modified, an additional …

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