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.

How to use `page_title` and `page_url` in Textpattern CMS

Textpattern CMS websites can use inbuilt tags that transform Textpattern-specific stuff into browser markup. In this article, the third in a series of five about Textpattern’s markup tags, I’ll explain …

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Using Textpattern CMS `css` and `feed_link`

Textpattern CMS, my content management system weapon on choice, uses a tag system to make life easier on certain tasks. This series of posts relates to markup tags, a toolbox …

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Using the `hide` tag in Textpattern CMS

The Textpattern CMS `hide` tag is a simple yet highly useful tag, as the name implies, it hides everything inside its container from appearing in markup. Like this: <txp:hide>This is hidden. …

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