Author

Lists all pages in the current folder, filtered by author.

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  • Author Taufik Nurrohman
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  • Version 1.0.0

This extension enables the author filter feature by using the page’s author property to add multiple routes, such as http://127.0.0.1/blog/author/:author/1, to each page to allow users to list all pages in the current folder by author.

Usage

These HTML classes will be added to the root element if it contains a class attribute when you are on the authors page. You can use this feature to create a specific look or response on your site from the client side if the following classes are found in the root element:

is:authors
Will be added if the current items view is an authors view and is not empty.

Example usage in CSS code:

.is\:authors body {
  border-top: 4px solid #f00;
}

Example usage in JS code:

if (document.documentElement.classList.contains('is:authors')) {
    console.info('You are currently in the authors page.');
}

These additional conditional statements are available for use in layouts to show/hide elements on your site from the server side:

$site->is('authors')
Returns true if the current items view is an authors view and is not empty.

Example usage in HTML/PHP code:

<?php if ($site->is('authors')): ?>
  <p role="alert">
    <?= i('You are currently in the authors page.'); ?>
  </p>
<?php endif; ?>

These additional variables are available for use in layouts that carry data related to the currently active authors page:

$author
This variable is an instance of the User class, which you can use to get the current author information.

Example usage in HTML/PHP code:

<?php if ($site->is('authors') && !empty($author)): ?>
  <p role="alert">
    <?= i('Showing list of articles written by %s.', (string) $author); ?>
  </p>
<?php endif; ?>

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