Benny Degezelle

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Long-time community member. Core member since March ‘11.
Loves to help clear people’s Radiant-related issues on #radiantcms.

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Website/Blog http://monkeypatch.be
Company Monkeypatch
Location Ghent, Belgium, Europe, Earth, Milky Way
Member Since September 25, 2008 (over 8 years)

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Extensions (22)

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It allows for a page to be copied or moved under a new parent, with or without its children.
HEAD requires >= Radiant 1.0.0. Tags for 0.9.1 and earlier versions.
Original work done by "Andrea F…

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This filter adds a WYSIWYM editor to Radiant.

WYMeditor’s main concept is to leave details of the document’s visual layout, and to concentrate on its structure and meaning, while trying to giv…

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Provides hierarchical tree navigation based on Radiant’s site structure. Outputs navigation in the form of a very flexible and CSS’able unordered list.

Usage:

<r:nav [root="/"] [...
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This extension enhances the page model with tagging capabilities, tagging as in “2.0” and tagclouds.

Index_page

This is for indexes that have no content for themselves.
For example, a site may be structured like so to keep things organized and clean:

/about
/about/history
/about/team
/about/objective…

Future_publishing

THIS EXTENSION IS DEPRECATED: THE FUTURE PUBLISHING BEHAVIOR IS PUT INTO CORE SINCE 0.9

The future publishing extension makes it possible to publish a page at a certain time in the future. Use t…

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Allows you to chain html- and radius-tags. For example:

<h1><r:title /></h1>

can be written as

<r:h1:title/>

Or

<ul>
  <r:...
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Think of this tag like r:aggregate, where the paths attribute would be the urls of all the children of the current page. All features of r:children are implemented.

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This filter adds CKEditor to Radiant.

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User get a configurable, auto-completing list of suggested page part names when they add a new page part.

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Adds the ability to reorder the children of a certain page. On the page overview, pages with children get a “Reorder” button. Clicking this brings you to a new screen where the page’s children van …

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Adds 2 radius tags: r:if_id and r:unless_id.
Sometimes it makes more sense to use these instead of something like r:unless_path matches=“somecrazyregex”
By gut-feeling, this would also make for a…

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Sometimes you want to iterate over a list of children, and insert something after every n-th child. Or, for css reasons you want to group children per 3. Until now we have sometimes used javascript…

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This extension builds on Josh French’s PageParts extension.
It adds a new page part type “VcardPagePart”, which aids in making valid hCard-formatted markup.

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Adds r:archive_children, which allows you to iterate over all pages that have an ArchivePage as parent. Kind of like r:aggregate, but without specifying urls.. All iteration-related attributes (ord…

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Allows you to define new default page properties for every new child of a certain page. Most commonly used to set new default page parts or fields, but you could also put ‘template’ content in page…

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Allows to build simple if/else constructs that look at url params.
Adds <r:if_param name [matches] />, <r:unless_param name [matches] /> and

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This extension is intended for use with Radiant version 1.0 or higher.
It was designed specifically for heavy content sites.
It will divide children of ArchivePages into subpages per year and mon…

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Allows you to specify ‘asset roles’, so you can add meaning to a relation between a page and an asset. For example a page can have 5 images attached, and 4 of those have a role of ‘portfolio image’…

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Allows you to set up a second email to the form submitter that differs from the email sent to regular mail receiver.
See README.md for configuration instructions.

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This extension allows you to use r:find with an ‘id’ attribute instead of the usual ‘path’ attribute. This way the r:find tag will stay intact even if the path of the target page changes.
An ‘ids’…

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This extension adds find and replace functionality to the backend of your Radiant CMS based website.

Supports regular expressions and case (in)sensitivity. When showing results, you can check wh…