Tag: php

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Math

Caddis

ExpressionEngine 2, ExpressionEngine 3

Math allows you to execute many PHP math functions in your ExpressionEngine templates without needing to enable PHP parsing.

SurgerEE

Digital Surgeons

ExpressionEngine 2

Ever want to use php in your templates because of some glaringly missing functionality? SurgerEE is an ongoing collection of tags filling those gaps and aiding with your template surgery.

Pitch No Code

Ben Lilley

ExpressionEngine 2

A really simple EE2 plugin that will remove HTML, CSS, JS, PHP from whatever content you give it. Useful if you want to strip formatting from fields on the front-end.

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CE String - $10.00

Causing Effect (Aaron Waldon)

ExpressionEngine 2, ExpressionEngine 3

Throw out the dozen text manipulation add-ons you try to maintain for every build. There's a better way! CE String is a feature-packed text manipulation tool that will allow you to template your sites smarter and faster. The syntax is revolutionary, and there are over 60 (well documented) method options to help you code with power and efficiency.

Which browser

Siblify

ExpressionEngine 2

A very basic plugin plugin to return the name of a user's web browser based on PHP's HTTP_USER_AGENT variable.

Pvl PathInfo

Pv Ledoux

ExpressionEngine 2

This plugin runs the PHP pathinfo() function on a given path parameter.

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Array Mill 1.0.1 - $10.00

Laisvunas

ExpressionEngine 1.x, ExpressionEngine 2

Enables using PHP array functions in ExpressionEngine's templates.

Loggr

Pixel & Tonic (Brandon Kelly)

ExpressionEngine 1.x

Log PHP variables in the browser console using `Loggr::log($var1, $var2);`

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Config Variables

Trevor Davis

ExpressionEngine 2

Access everything in the $config array without using PHP.

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PHP Text Format 2.0 - $6.00

w3care

ExpressionEngine 2, ExpressionEngine 3

The PHP Text Format Plugin takes whatever text is between the appropriate tags and formats it according to the formating type you chose. This is obviously an unnecessary plugin most of the time since HTML and CSS can be used for this same thing. However, it is useful for formating text in places that HTML or CSS will not work. On a side note the PHP "ucwords" command seems to work much more reliably than the CSS for making the first letter of each word capital. For example CSS would take "jamie's" and create this "Jamie'S." Not exactly what you would want.

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