I've encountered lots of times the need to compare one or more pairs of values so I used php: modifier, but let's say would be more professional using some internal tal way instead of php native comparison way.
eg: <div tal:condition="php: listing.status == 'ACTIVE' && listing.type == 'PREMIER'">print some good content here</div> it will be something more likely to use: <div tal:equal="listing/status 'ACTIVE'; listing/type 'PREMIER'">print some good content here</div> Another question. I use pipe (`|`) also in tal:condition to check if at least one of the expressions is true, but what if we would have some way to check if all conditional expressions are true? Did I understood wrong some PHPTal principles having these requests? Ciprian Voicu -- <http://www.autoportret.ro> Ciprian Voicu Modernism.RO <http://www.modernism.ro>
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