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Templates: Junecode: flexdata (deprecated)

This documentation was updated on February 24th, 2009

Inserts only the data or value of a single flex field. It must appear inside of a <junecode:entries> tag.

Use flexfield to insert a label and divider along with the value. Use flexfields if you want to insert all of the flex fields in a single block.

Attributes

no or number: the number of the flex field to insert. The default is 1.
urlencode: true or false. If set to true, the text will be URL encoded, so that it can be inserted into a link. The default is false.
htmlentities: true or false. If set to true, HTML entities in the text will be encoded.

Example

<junecode:if value=""><p><junecode:createlink href="" text="View Map" /></p></junecode:if>

Assuming flex field one is a link to a map, this example would insert a link to that map where appropriate.

Changes

This tag is deprecated as of Junecode 3.0. Use the metadata or metadatalist tag instead.

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