A plugin to add custom variables in your content before it is parsed.
A plugin for Phile to add custom variables in your content before it is parsed.
composer require phile/content-variables
- Install the latest version of Phile
- Clone this repo into
After you have installed the plugin. You need to add the following line to your
$config['plugins']['phile\\contentVariables'] = array('active' => true);
You must have a
variables array in your config.
$config['variables'] = array( 'site_title' => $config['site_title'], 'base_url' => 'https://example.com/ );
These keys are the variables, and the value is what the replaced string will be. So now when you reference
%base_url% in your markdown/textile/content pages, it will be rendered as your real base URL:
This is a link to my [base URL](%base_url%)
Will be rendered as:
<p>This is a link to my <a href="https://example.com">base URL</a></p>
Another example for a site with the title PhileCMS:
Welcome to %site_title%!
<p>Welcome to PhileCMS!</p>
This plugin allows the open and close tags for your variables to be set. By default they are both set to the following:
'open_tag' => '%', // the open tag for the variable 'close_tag' => '%' // the close tag for the variable
This means any text wrapped with
% signs will be replaced.