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. It won't make it to the browser.</txp:hide>

I can’t show you what it looks like in the browser because nothing appears. At all. Hence the name `hide`. Clever, huh? It’s incredibly handy for comments, notes, identifying text and all sorts of other things. That said, it’s a different beast to the HTML commenting out syntax that you may already be familiar with.

Take this example: Learn More

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Add button to Document Library in Alfresco

We have been talking about the Alfresco share extension module in the previous few articles. If you have not heard of it, we recommend you check them out first:

Here we are going to see how to extend document library using extension modules. We will add button on the toolbar of document library using extension module. If you are developer and have tried to extend document library in Alfresco you must have noticed there are two different versions of document library implementations available under Alfresco. Here we are going to use the second version i.e documentlibrary_v2 because that is the one which is being used by default. Learn More

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