#EXPOSE

#EXPOSE is used to Emphasise one particular entry within a list. When we loop on a table and the #ENV{id_table} tag has a value within the current environment, or there is an #ID_TABLE in a higher level loop, then #EXPOSE will return a special code when the loop hits the same value as the identifier.

Its syntax is:

#EXPOSE{text if yes}
#EXPOSE{text if yes, text if no}
// expose with no parameters returns 'on' if yes or the empty string '' if no
#EXPOSE

Example

List the articles in the current section, and assign the CSS class "on" for the current article.

<ul>
<BOUCLE_arts(ARTICLES){id_rubrique}{par num titre, titre}>
  <li[ class="(#EXPOSE{on})"]>#TITRE</li>
</BOUCLE_arts>
</ul>

Results:

<ul>
  <li>#AUTORISER</li>
  ...
  <li>#ENV</li>
  <li>#EVAL</li>
  <li class="on">#EXPOSE</li>
  ...
</ul>

Author Mark Baber Published : Updated : 11/06/10

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