How to use radiant tags to say if home page?
On 28 Jan 2011, at 17:29, trans wrote: How to use radiant tags to say if home page? You mean, to test whether a page is the home page? r:if_url matches=^/$.../r:if_url By the way, in edge this has changed to: r:if_path matches=^/$.../r:if_path along with many other url/path
To follow up on my own post. Installing the Settings extensions afterwards seems to work okay once the server restarted. I reran the `rake radiant:extension:migration` too (which it appears caused me to get a bunch of language modules too, but oh well). I set the max assest size to 25
I am new to Radiant, but I'm enjoying using it so far. So first of all, thanks to all the developers and contributors for making this a great system. I am having some strange problems setting up a blog in Radiant 0.9.1. I am following the example code in the demo, but my instance is not behaving
Worked like a charm. Thanks! Related question: Can if_url be used to key off an anchor?, eg `http://some.com/page#foo`. I want to display additional content if #foo is present.