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121. MTIfRegistrationAllowed

Six Apart User Manual, Manuals, 21 KB, 262 words

MTIfRegistrationAllowed

A conditional tag that will display its contents if registration is enabled but optional.

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122. MTBlogIfCCLicense

Six Apart User Manual, Manuals, 20 KB, 268 words

MTBlogIfCCLicense

A conditional tag whose contents will be displayed if you have selected a Creative Commons license in your weblog settings.

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123. MTIfRegistrationRequired

Six Apart User Manual, Manuals, 21 KB, 268 words

MTIfRegistrationRequired

A conditional tag that will display its contents if users must sign in to the configured TypeKey-enabled authentication system.

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124. MTHasSubCategories

Six Apart User Manual, Manuals, 21 KB, 264 words

MTHasSubCategories

A conditional tag that displays its contents if the current category has one or more subcategories.

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125. MTIfNeedEmail

Six Apart User Manual, Manuals, 21 KB, 268 words

MTIfNeedEmail

A conditional tag that displays its contents if the email addresses of all registered users are required by the weblog.

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126. MTCalendarWeekFooter

Six Apart User Manual, Manuals, 20 KB, 262 words

MTCalendarWeekFooter

A conditional tag that will display its contents before a calendar week is ended.

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127. MTIfPingsAccepted

Six Apart User Manual, Manuals, 21 KB, 264 words

MTIfPingsAccepted

Conditional tag that displays its contents if TrackBack pings are enabled for the entry in context.

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128. MTCategoryIfAllowPings

Six Apart User Manual, Manuals, 20 KB, 264 words

MTCategoryIfAllowPings

A conditional tag that displays its contents if pings are enabled for the category in context.

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129. MTIfAllowCommentHTML

Six Apart User Manual, Manuals, 21 KB, 262 words

MTIfAllowCommentHTML

Conditional tag that displays its contents if HTML code is allowed in comment bodies.

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130. MTCalendarIfToday

Six Apart User Manual, Manuals, 21 KB, 265 words

MTCalendarIfToday

A conditional tag that will display its contents if the current cell is for the current day.

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131. MTCalendarIfBlank

Six Apart User Manual, Manuals, 21 KB, 268 words

MTCalendarIfBlank

A conditional tag that will display its contents if the current calendar cell is for a day in another month.

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132. MTCalendarIfEntries

Six Apart User Manual, Manuals, 21 KB, 267 words

MTCalendarIfEntries

A conditional tag that will display its contents if there are any entries for this day in the weblog.

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133. MTEntryIfExtended

Six Apart User Manual, Manuals, 20 KB, 263 words

MTEntryIfExtended

A conditional tag that displays its contents if the Extended Entry field has been defined.

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134. MTIfPingsActive

Six Apart User Manual, Manuals, 21 KB, 267 words

MTIfPingsActive

Conditional tag that displays its contents if TrackBack pings are enabled or pings exist for the entry in context.

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135. FAQ: Explaining the Templates

Movable Type Weblog, Tutorials, 17 KB, 670 words

Question

What are all those templates used for? Will I need each and every one, if I want to work with Movable Type? What template should I try to understand first?

Answer

Actually, you do not have to look at the templates at all. If you are satisfied with one of the default templates, or you find a template for download somewhere, you will not have to dig into this subject.

But even if you want to change your weblog's style, you will not have to look into each and every template. Fortunately, most templates are not needed in the beginning. The most important templates are as follows: • The Main Index Template is responsible for creating the start page of your weblog. It is...

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136. Simpler Templating for Comments and TrackBacks

Six Apart ProNet Weblog, News, 16 KB, 497 words

Part of the reason so many attractive and uniquely-designed sites are published with Movable Type is because designers find the template tag system straightforward and easy to understand for anybody who knows (X)HTML and CSS. But we wanted to encourage even more customization and experimentation with templates in Movable Type 3.2 while still allowing for all the power of the new features being made available.

As a result, Movable Type 3.2 introduces a number of simple, logical template tags for configuring comment and TrackBack submission and presentation. These tags eliminate the need for much of the complicated JavaScript and logical loops used to enable authenticated comments and...

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137. Search Globally, Replace Locally

Six Apart ProNet Weblog, News, 19 KB, 896 words

We've all been conditioned over the last few years of using the web to find stuff by searching, instead of having to browse through a hierarchy to find information. Even Movable Type has had, since the early days, a basic internal search and replace feature. But we wanted to go further to make sure that pervasive searching was part of the platform with Movable Type 3.2.

Search (almost) everything

Movable Type 3.2 introduces a whole new search and replace interface. Now you can search not only entries, but a wide variety of items in the application: • Entries • Comments • Commenters • TrackBacks • Activity Log • Templates

What's more, once you're viewing your search results, all the power...

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138. Blog Selective Hacks

Movalog, Tutorials, 27 KB, 727 words

One of the biggest problems of simple hacks to the system is that they occur system wide, e.g. if you hacked the entry page to specify a default category, that category would become the default for all blogs on the system. This tutorial is a simple hack that will allow you to test the blog_id value and then conditionally display.

Open up lib/MT/App/CMS.pm and search for

my $blog_id = $app->{query}->param('blog_id');

and add underneath it

$param->{"blog_id_$blog_id"} = 1;

Save CMS.pm and upload it to the appropriate location. That's it, now in your *.tmpl files, you can check the blog_id like so

<TMPL_IF NAME=BLOG_ID_1>...</TMPL_IF>

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139. 0.06 (2001.10.01)

Six Apart User Manual, Manuals, 21 KB, 410 words

0.06 (2001.10.01)

• Fixed the built-in RSS template so that it validates with RSS version 0.91. • Fixed bug with previewing entry introduced by convert paragraph breaks option and code. (Adam Gerstein, Sara Flemming, Matt Haughey, Jeremy W) • Check that version of installed HTML::Template is greater than 2, because we need certain features that were only added later on. (TW Walsh) • Actually include mt-import.cgi in the distribution this time. (Caroline van Oosten de Boer) • Fixed a bug where the conditional settings for MTEntryIfAllowComments...

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140. Fixed vs. Fluid

Movalog, Tutorials, 28 KB, 870 words

The default styles that come with MT are what is known as 'fixed' styles. This means that size of objects and their positions are fixed and are defined in pixels (px) This also means, no matter what a person's screen resolution, everything will be the same width and in approximately the same position. Now this may seem good but - especially with MT's default styles - looks bad depending on the screen resolution. Taking for example MT 3's default styles, on a 1280x1024 screen resolution, the weblog appears as quite a narrow bar that is centered on the screen - not very appealing at all.

The other option to 'fixed' designs is 'fluid' designs. A fluid design uses percentages when defining...

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mgs | September 27th 2005