How to create Google style pagination for your site.
How to display a list of articles sorted by the most recent comments.
How to display the name of the person who posted the latest comment for an article.
Replace the chh_if_data plugin with new native Textpattern functionality – the if_variable tag.
This tutorial explores building a fully dynamic navigation system using sections and articles.
Display a Flickr set – or other custom content – based on a variable from a URL.
How to use TXP 4.07 to display section-specific CSS.
How to add a TextBook manual reference to your Coda application.
Use in-built Textpattern tags for developing a navigation system generated from various sources types – sections/categories/articles/linklists.
A simple example of how to display content based on the results of a conditional statement using the chh_if_data plugin.
Use custom fields to publish special content.
Create an archive that lists articles by date and categories.
How to use Google Analytics with Textpattern.
How to customise the XHTML output for your search forms.
Create a special search page for your search results.
Display a search box and customise the output of your search results using in-built TXP tags.
A simple way to create image galleries inside your articles, and display the images with Shadowbox.
Resize, crop and reuse images on the fly, without touching the original.
How to export your current TXP database, then import it for use in another project (or simply to save it as a backup).
Textpattern does not support multiple blogs out of the box. Here is one method to create multiple blogs on your site.