I've found a workaround in the blog layouts which come with radiant:
<!-- do your article stuff here -->
These checks together match single articles only. But I really would
prefer the check of r:if_url against the request path and not against
the page.url attribute.
Am 26.09.2010 20:40, schrieb Horst Rischbode:
I use this construction within my layout to check, if I am on an
article page or some kind of index pages. Some things only should be
shown on single article pages (rating, next/previous page,....). This
is the way, which is given by the blog_tags extension.
Is there any other way, to check, if I am on a single article page?
Thanks for any advice!
Am 26.09.2010 19:15, schrieb Jim Gay:
On Tue, Sep 21, 2010 at 4:50 PM, Horst Rischbode<ho...@horibo.de>
this is really strange. In my pages, I have the following code:
# do something brilliant
This regexpr matches to:
All tests with several online regexpr matchers match the second url
which I would expect for my code, too.
I'm on Windows with MySQL and Ruby 1.8.6 with Radiant 0.9.1 installed.
Any idea, what's going wrong?
Here's the problem with if_url: it uses this to check the url
Notice that it's checking the page.url and not the request path. That
should probably be changed (and well-tested patches are always
So it's not checking the actual request, it's checking the current
page's url attribute. I'm just quickly looking at this but I would
think it wouldn't match either of those paths.
What are you trying to achieve? And are you using the
ArchiveMonthIndexPage type for a separate page or just checking the
url on individual articles?