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<txp:if_article_list>

The if_article_list tag is a conditional tag and always used as an opening and closing pair, like this...

<txp:if_article_list>
...conditional statement...
</txp:if_article_list>

The tag will execute the contained statement if an article list is being displayed (i.e. not showing an individual article).

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Attributes

This tag has no attributes.

Examples

Example 1: Article/Article List Navigation

This example shows how to setup article navigation so that prev-next is used at the individual article level or older-newer with article lists.

<txp:article />

<txp:if_individual_article>
	<p>
	<txp:link_to_prev><txp:prev_title /></txp:link_to_prev>
	<txp:link_to_next><txp:next_title /></txp:link_to_next>
	</p>
</txp:if_individual_article>

<txp:if_article_list>
	<p>
	<txp:older>Previous</txp:older>
	<txp:newer>Next</txp:newer>
	</p>
</txp:if_article_list>

Other tags used: link_to_prev, link_to_next, prev_title, next_title, if_individual_article, older, newer,

Example 2: In Combination with the else Tag

This example shows the if_article_list in combination with else to display a site's site_name or logo when an article list is displayed or not, respectively.

<txp:if_article_list>
     <p><txp:site_name /></p>
<txp:else />
     <p><img src="http://yoursite/yourlogo.jpg"></img></p>
</txp:if_article_list>

Other tags used: else, site_name

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