About PHx

PHx (Placeholders Xtended) extends the use of placeholders, template variables and settings tags so you can easily format how the final output should look like. When enabled it plugs into the MODx parser, extends its functionality and as a bonus makes it truly recursive. PHx will also eliminate the need for lesser parameter snippets where youd use them to format a value for display. Great for templating! Transforming a value is is as easy as adding :modifier. Read the full documentation available on http://wiki.modxcms.com/index.php/PHx Updates in 2.1.4: Change format of metadata in snippet, so it can be installed via 1.0.x installer; Add a few more default string modifiers.

Information

Released
February 24, 2014
Supported Versions
1.0 – Current
Supported Database
MySQL
Downloads
54,060
License
GPLv3
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Instructions

Installation New Install: 1) Download and extract the archive. 2) Create a directory called "phx" in your MODx Directory/assets/plugins directory 3) FTP or copy the files into MODx Directory/assets/plugins/phx 4) Create a new plugin in the manager called "PHx" and copy/paste the contents of phx.plugin.txt into the code field. 5) Check "OnParseDocument" at the System Events tab Update: 1) Download and extract the archive. 2) Backup and delete the contents of MODx Directory/assets/snippets/phx 3) Create a directory called "phx" in your MODx Directory/assets/plugins directory 4) FTP or copy the files into MODx Directory/assets/plugins/phx 5) Update the "PHx" plugin in the manager and copy/paste the contents of phx.plugin.txt into the code field. 6) Check "OnParseDocument" at the System Events tab Configuration (optional) On the Configuration tab -> Plugin configuration enter: &phxdebug=Log events;int;0 &phxmaxpass=Max. Passes;int;50 Read the full documentation available on http://wiki.modxcms.com/index.php/PHx

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New in PHx 2.2.0

ready for install from PackageManager or ExtrasEvolution

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Current Releases

2.2.0-pl
February 24, 2014
1.0 – Current
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