Category: Link tags

Textpattern documentation within the category ‘Link tags’:

  1. If first link

    The if_first_link tag will execute the contained statements if the displayed link is the first in the currently displayed link list.

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  2. If last link

    The if_last_link tag will execute the contained statements if the displayed link is the last in the currently displayed link list.

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  3. Link

    The link tag is a single tag which is used to return an HTML hyperlink defined in the Links panel.

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  4. Link author

    Tag that Textpattern will replace with the author's name associated with the current link in a list.

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  5. Link category

    The link_category tag is a single tag which returns the link category as text.

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  6. Link date

    The link_date tag is a single tag which returns the date the link was created as text.

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  7. Link description

    The link_description tag is used to return the text from the 'Description' field as defined within the Links panel.

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  8. Link feed link

    Textpattern will replace this tag with an anchor to the site's 'links' RSS feed.

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  9. Link id

    The link_id tag is a single tag which returns the numerical ID of the link.

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  10. Link name

    The link_name tag is a single tag which returns the name of the link as assigned on the links pane as text.

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  11. Link url

    The link_url tag is a single tag which returns the URL of the link as text.

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  12. Linkdesctitle

    The linkdesctitle tag is a single tag which is used to return an HTML hyperlink, defined within the Links panel.

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  13. Linklist

    The linklist tag is used to produce a list of links from the predefined list created on the Links panel.

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