You can also use an abbreviated form of
The latter is identical to :
Note that the use of
How can I test if a file is being included? I want to omit part of the page if it is included.
If you mean how can you know if the page is being displayed normally versus via inclusion, you can test like this in the part of the page you wish to omit:
Where is the difference between round and square brackets in combined conditions?
Can specific attachments be tested for existence?
Can attachments on a specific page be tested for existence?
Can a numerical expression be tested for?
How can I achieve
Is it possible to test for
How do you specify the REGEX in the match expression? In testing if the page name ends in "-Talk", I've tried "-Talk$", /-Talk$/ and "/-Talk$/" and none of them seem to work. tamouse November 09, 2011, at 05:47 AM
It seems to work below:
Obviously, for this exact conditional you have the easier and more robust name= parameter. --Petko November 09, 2011, at 04:37 PM
is it possible to say