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’ attribute was also added to r:aggregate to use instead of ‘paths’.

Important benefit is that this is also much faster than finding a page by path;

    >> Benchmark.measure { Page.find(2546) }
    =>   0.000000   0.000000   0.000000 (  0.003986)

    >> Benchmark.measure { Page.find_by_path('/farm-forestry-model/species/eucalypts/growing-eucalypts-for-timber---videos-and-information/videos/') }
    =>   0.020000   0.010000   0.030000 (  0.027044)

In order to be ‘newbie friendly’, this extension also allows you to display the page IDs on admin/pages#index and/or admin/pages#edit. In order to do so, set Radiant::Config['expose_page_ids'] to any of ‘overview’, ‘detail’ or ‘both’. Any other value will hide the ID partials.

Author Benny Degezelle
Supports Radiant 1.1.4
Record Created May 1, 2016 (12 months ago)
Last Updated June 10, 2016 (11 months ago)


At the command prompt, in the root of your Radiant project, type:

script/extension install find_by_id_tag