<r:page:{attr} />

This is not truly a tag, but rather a format you would use to get properties about the page, where attr is replaced by the information you are retrieving.

This is the list of valid tags that follow this format, along with their descriptions:

  • <r:page:id /> - The ID of the current page.
  • <r:page:name /> - The name of the current page.
  • <r:page:slug /> - The slug of the current page.
  • <r:page:url /> - The URL of the page.
  • <r:page:edit_url/> - The edit URL of the page. Authentication required.
  • <r:page:meta_description /> - The meta description of the current page.
  • <r:page:title /> - The meta title of the current page.
  • <r:page:alternate_name /> - The alternate name of the page.
  • <r:page:depth /> - The depth of the page relative to the root level.
  • <r:page:previous_sibling /> - The previous sibling page.
  • <r:page:next_sibling /> - The next sibling page.
  • <r:page:first_non_blank_attr /> - The first non-blank attribute.
  • <r:page:template:name /> - This is the template name being used.
  • <r:page:created_at />- The time when the page was created
  • <r:page:updated_at />- The time when the page was last updated either via content or page properties.
  • <r:page:published_at />- The time when the page was first published

Last updated on January 9, 2015.

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  • A brief description of the issue
  • A link to the page where you saw the issue
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