Tag: template variables

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Template Sync

TJ Draper

ExpressionEngine 3, ExpressionEngine 4

ExpressionEngine has basic capability for templates, template partials, and template variables as files, but if you delete a template, template partial, or template variable file from the file system it is not deleted from EE. Or if you change a template's file extension, it does not change the template type in EE. ExpressionEngine also does not sync System Specialty Templates with the file system. Template Sync makes all of these things easy!

MX Jumper

Max Lazar

ExpressionEngine 2

MX Jumper allows you to copy pieces of content from one spot in your template into another. Why it is needed? For example to take some information from the entry to the page title. Usually, you need to request the same module twice, but with MX Jumper you just need one request only.

String 1.2.0 - $9.95


ExpressionEngine 1.x, ExpressionEngine 2

The String plugin allows you to create and manipulate variables in your templates. This plugin is designed to take advantage of ExpressionEngine's unique way of parsing templates. Because the main template is executed to completion before any embedded templates are processed this plugin can be used to create a variable in the main template and output the value of the string in any embedded template... even an embedded page header template that comes before the point where you built the string!

Hop Inject 3.1.0 - $20.00

Hop Studios

ExpressionEngine 1.x, ExpressionEngine 2, ExpressionEngine 3, ExpressionEngine 4

We developed Hop Inject to solve a very common but tricky problem: We wanted to place an advertisement after the 3rd paragraph on a page. But, since this is EE we're talking about, of course the 3rd paragraph was in a custom field of an entry, and it was hard to add at run time. In addition, we thought, what if we wanted to add a photo after the 4th paragraph? Or a pull quote after the 6th and 9th? What if we want to let editors add images into stories wherever they want, but they don't know HTML? (Shocking, I know.)