Low Replace


Tom Jaeger - EE Harbor

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Find something, replace it with something else. Simple, powerful, and remarkably versatile.

Use this plugin to find and replace text in your templates. It works just like PHP’s str_replace or preg_replace functions.

For more info, documentation and free download, go to Low.

This entry was created October 1, 2008, 3:53 pm.
This entry was last updated February 15, 2022, 3:22 pm.

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2 Reviews:

JCDerrick 06.13.11

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A superb plugin that does exactly what it’s supposed to do. A huge time saver when you have words or phrases you need to replace without editing hundreds of entries.

Adam Khan 11.07.09

Adam Khan
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A standard option for me. Maybe there are better ways to do this now, but I have a textexpander shortcut for {exp:replace find=”|“ replace=”“ multiple=“yes”}[textiled content goes here]{/exp:replace}