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@alex, here’s one more
( I finally got some time to try this and found a practical usage example, that I need for a Template Set. )
Finally, I’d like to express my thanks to Sencer again, for making this wonder possible.
Last edited by marios (2006-12-11 01:17:20)
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Another vote for the “this plugin is awesome” crowd.
I used this plugin to turn upm_image into a plugin that can be manipulated via the url variables, such as with the following code:
<txp:asy_wondertag><txp:upm_image image_id="<txp:php>echo $_GET['p'];</txp:php>" ><txp:upm_img_caption /></txp:upm_image></txp:asy_wondertag>
That returns the description for the current image, useful if you would like that functionality when you’re browsing a category of images.
It’s helping me create a photo blog that doesn’t rely on articles at all.
Ok, Finally got around to using this plugin which I find indeed to be “da fahshizzle”. Totally awesome.
I’ve almost got a client area set up on my site using this plugin, ign_password_protect (hacked) and glx_if.
Everything works fine, until I try something like;
<txp:asy_wondertag> <txp:if_category name="<txp:ign_user_name display="name" />"> <txp:any_tag_here_including_an_output_form_tag /> </txp:if_category> </txp:wondertag>
When it does not parse the
</txp:if_category> tag which appears in the html. The tag
<txp:ign_user_name> is a hack and is verified to output the user name in plain text.
I assume this is expected behavior because there’s a tag nested inside the one being worked upon by wondertag.
Ideas? Is there a workaround?
Last edited by mrdale (2007-01-06 01:13:06)
I’m using this as the “post and reply engine” for “TXPhorum”: , a simple forum solution for Textpattern.
Here’s the example:
<txp:article_custom post_or_reply="<txp:article_id />" form="txphorum_reply" sort="Posted asc" />
I could find no way to get asy_wondertag work with an RSS collector plug-in (bit_rss, feed). Both are using SimplePie, the later being the very stable original TXP extension from SimplePie (recommended by me). No critique at all, but very sad for some occasions :)
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I was reading through your explanation of how this wondertag works, and noticed something confusing for a humble designer like me. Is this a contradiction? :-
How to use & Examples
Simply …bla blah bla blah …..<txp:if_article_category>. This does not work
1. blah bla etc
On this thread the text seems to suggest that the examples don’t work, but when i installed the plugin, the intro text suggests that the examples ARE indeed ways of using the plugin. Could you please clarify? and please excuse my ignorance on this matter.
I think, therefore I AM, … … er … I think :-?
Yep the examples work.
It’s all quite straightforward.
Just wrap wondertag around the tag that you wish to insert another txp tag into, and you’re good.