Thanks thats it! Why is it like that?
David Siedband wrote:
Try calling id then comparing it.
<dtml-if "id()==last"> this one! </dtml-if>
On Aug 28, 2005, at 7:19 PM, michael wrote:
Thanks for your reply, that is half way there, I want to compare two
variables though. where as 'my page' is constant, and hard coded in.
someone's gotta know :-)
Greg Fischer wrote:
I have never been able to do that either and always wondered how to do
it. However I have a workaround that I use frequently. I just use
the title instead, which works perfectly.
<dtml-if "title == 'My Page' ">This one!</dtml-if>
On 8/28/05, michael <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
What am I doing wrong here?
<dtml-var last> -- this prints out the variable sent from last
(referring) page fine
<dtml-var id> -- this prints out the id of the current item fine
<dtml-if "id == last"> this one! </dtml-if>
i want this to output "this one!" when the current item is the one
requested by the last page but they are never seen as == even when the
two dtml-var are the same
they are never equal!
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