Two questions:

1. Should this work with Radiant 1.x?

2. Are there some better examples of both the caller and the snippet?

On Monday, September 21, 2009 at 2:31:48 PM UTC-4, Chris Parrish wrote:
>
> dave4c03 wrote:
> > I can embed variable data into a snippet by referencing a page part.
> >  However, this does not work well when you call the snippet multiple 
> times
> > per page and the parameters vary with each call.
> >
> > I think I need a snippet with parameters.
> > I see several possible approaches to doing this. It appears there are a
> > couple of extensions available to do this and I would expect it cold be 
> done
> > by creating a radius tag for the purpose instead of using a snippet.
> >  However, I have no idea of how to proceed.
> >
> > Is there a "best practice" for this?
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> There are two extensions that I know of.
>
> The first is Manuel Meurer's Parameterized Snippets Extension:
> http://github.com/manuelmeurer/radiant-parameterized-snippets-extension
>
> Manuel's extension was designed to do exactly what you are asking.
>
>
> The other solution combination of two extensions that I created - 
> Variables, and Conditional Tags:
> http://github.com/SwankInnovations/radiant-conditional-tags-extension
> http://github.com/SwankInnovations/radiant-variables-extension
>
> This is a bit more generic approach.  The Variables extension lets you 
> declare variables for use within a page or pass variables to page parts 
> and/or snippets (parameters essentially).  The Conditional Tags 
> extension, then allows you to use these variables and perform 
> conditional evaluations on them.  Of course the Conditional Tags aren't 
> limited to your variables -- you can also use them with page properties 
> or even build your own evaluators.  So it's more of a wider net approach.
>
> Both solutions haven't been updated in some time and may have issues 
> with the new version of radius tags but probably not.  I plan on looking 
> into updating my extensions here soon.
>
> -Chris
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