Articles tagged with "Navigation"
Please find all Textpattern Tips tagged with 'Navigation' below.
Els – TXP’s own “Queen of Tags” – is back with a tip for listing a series of articles from a specific category on a landing page.
This simple snippet produces a nested list of sections and the articles contained within the sections.
Andrew Swihart’s excellent tutorial on enabling pagination using the
<txp:article_custom /> tag – normally only available with the
<txp:article /> tag.
A nice tip from Stef Dawson on the display of a paging navigation tool if either txp:newer or txp:older values exist.
Dale offers his version of an accordion style menu with a nested unordered list featuring sections at the top level and section-specific categories at the second level.
A nested menu without the usage of any plugins that displays categories, sub-categories and articles, all with consistent URLs.
Filter your article list using multiple custom field drop-down select menus.
This tip features a method for a category (or section) popup selector menu containing the categories you want to display.
How to assign an active class to several sections using a single navigation item.
How to customise your next/prev links for your individual articles.
How to replace text links to sections with images.
Create a simple category based menu which excludes the master category parent.
This category menu returns a consistent URL regardless of the page you are on.
This feature is for people who want make a prev/next article link according to the assigned value of category1.
Highlight the current article title on any page with some simple code.
Assign an icon to your navigation links.