On 04/03/2009, at 12:33 AM, Jim Gay wrote:

if you are referring to 
It was written to provide if_meta/unless_meta tags, which the existing standard Radiant tags does not provide.

The README says:
"You should consider using page parts for your page meta data. The tags involved in using pages parts are significantly more helpful and flexible than the tags to support the meta information."

This is because I felt that the keywords and description fields could easily, and more adeptly be used when the content is added in page parts because the tags supporting those are significantly more flexible. In order to have if/unless tags in my layouts for the keywords/description, I needed to write this extension (and because a client already had info in those fields).

Thank you for explaining this Jim. I was wondering... and this makes sense

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