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Template Variables Help


When you edit content in IP.Content, whether it be blocks, templates or pages, there are many built in tags that you will need to or want to utilize in order to generate the content appropriately. Blocks have variables containing data that may be of use to your users. Page templates have variables that perform important functions, such as inserting the page title or marking where the page content should be displayed. It is nearly impossible to simply remember every variable that can be utilized in your pages and templates.

IP.Content features a template tag help panel that you can use to alleviate this problem. The panel can be minimized if you don't need it (and your preference is remembered so you won't have to minimize it each time you load a new template to edit). The panel is tabbed, providing you with various tag options based on the specific content you are editing. Database templates will show you the database tags you will need to use, while blocks will show you the variables being passed into the block template. You are able navigate some of the tabs when necessary in order to better determine the appropriate variables for the specific area you are editing.

A small icon is shown next to each tag, and clicking this icon will insert it into your templates automatically wherever the cursor is blinking. You need not manually copy and paste the tag - simply click to insert!

Some tags will have additional information or perhaps a relevant example of the data it represents. These tags will have an arrow indicator next to them to let you know that you can click on the arrow to view further details about that specific tag.

This panel is always available and dynamically adjusts to the type of content you are editing. It is but one small feature available in IP.Content designed to help you build your site the way you want, as efficiently as possible.
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Liverpool issued a statement denying they were in talks with him, according to the Echo a few nights ago.
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He's retired at the age of 41. He produced some absolute magic with his left foot at times.

 

http://espnfc.com/ne...ootball?cc=5739

 

World Cup winner and former World Player of the Year Rivaldo has announced that he has retired from football.

 

The Brazilian, 41, won the World Cup in 2002 and also the Champions League in 2003, while he was named the best player on the planet in 1999 during an impressive five-year stint with Spanish club Barcelona.

 

However, after missing almost an entire season for Milan in 2003-04, Rivaldo has spent the last decade at clubs in Greece, Uzbekistan and back in his native Brazil -- most recently at Sao Paulo-based side Mogi Mirim (where he played alongside his son.)

 

And he has now chosen to hang up his boots, after revealing on Instagram:

"With tears in my eyes today I would like first to thank God, my family and all the support, the affection that I received during those 24 years as a player. Today I communicate to all my fans in the world , my history as a player came to the end.

 

"Just I have to thank the lovely career I have built over this years. There were many obstacles, challenges, waivers, longings, disappointments, but were much greater joys, achievements, growth, change. Sometimes teaching other learning but never lost my focus, always with dedication, determination and direction of God. In this long journey, many people passed through my life, some for a period, other friends who remain until now.

 

"I built my career upon a miracle, leaving in Paulista, no financial resources, no businessman, incentives only of my family, discredited by doctors and trainers , saw a distant dream come true. With persistence, dedication and especially with the hand of God, I came to be recognized as the best player in the world, world champion, among many other important titles in the history of football.

 

"Among trophies, medals, awards and titles, in a land where everything is consumed, here I leave a story, perhaps an example, but surely a testimony that is worth believing and fighting. Everyone who competes in the games goes into strict training. They do it to get a crown that will not last, but we do it to get a crown that will last forever."

 

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Definitely not coming then?
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In 2003 it was 'papertalk'.

 

In 2014 it is 'gobshite on Twitter'.

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JermainePennant
Mar 15 2014 05:13 PM
Rivaldos one of the best players I have seen and feel he doesn't get the recognition his ability deserves maybe down to that terrible dive at the world cup.

I was desperate for us to sign him when we were linked and it seems there was truth in it, there have been plenty of stories about it including rivaldo basically begging rafa to take him.
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His legacy will forever be tainted by conning the ref into sending someone off.

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Remember a hattrick he scored for Barcelona in a league game think it was against Valencia which meant them getting in the Champions league think they won 3-2 his hattrick goal was an overhead kick in the last few minutes when it was 2-2. He was brilliant that night.

 

 

EDIT Here it is

 

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He'll always be the fella that went down like a common whore.
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He'll always be the fella that went down like a common whore.

 

All depends on your personal view of the player though doesnt it. Will you remember Zidane for the headbutt or the genius, Henry for the cheating handball or the genius, Suarez for the biting or the genius.

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All depends on your personal view of the player though doesnt it. Will you remember Zidane for the headbutt or the genius, Henry for the cheating handball or the genius, Suarez for the biting or the genius.


Rivaldo the massive fanny. That's what he is in my eyes. I hated the prick.
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One of my favourite players when I was younger, very underrated considering just how good he was.  

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bandy legged tit 

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Very good player, I don't think he's underrated; he's just never had the status that the very, very best players in the world have had like Maradona, Messi etc...

 

He's the level below that for me with the likes of Del Piero and Ronaldinho. Like I said he was a very good player, I'm not trying to talk him down, but I don't think he'll go down as an all time great.

 

Him, Ronaldinho and Kaka all seemed to peak about 27/28 years of age as well and then go downhill from there.

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Very good player, I don't think he's underrated; he's just never had the status that the very, very best players in the world have had like Maradona, Messi etc...

 

He's the level below that for me with the likes of Del Piero and Ronaldinho. Like I said he was a very good player, I'm not trying to talk him down, but I don't think he'll go down as an all time great.

 

Him, Ronaldinho and Kaka all seemed to peak about 27/28 years of age as well and then go downhill from there.

 

 

Rapidly as well. One minute they were world football of the year level then within two years, well a bit shit really and getting games from a reputation. 

 

Top players mind. Look how many 'world class' players Brazil have had since 1990 and compare it to England. 

 

Fucking Cricket score 

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If you are judging him on his ability, then for a couple of years he was one of the best (if not the best) footballers on the planet. He had a tendency to go down like he'd spotted a tenner, that spoils a lot of the genial things he could do with a football.
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Rapidly as well. One minute they were world football of the year level then within two years, well a bit shit really and getting games from a reputation. 

 

Top players mind. Look how many 'world class' players Brazil have had since 1990 and compare it to England. 

 

Fucking Cricket score 

 

Yeah, it's shocking how quick the three of them lost it. Ronaldinho just didn't seem arsed anymore but the other two... I'm not so sure. Kaka was only about 26 when he moved to Madrid and he's done fuck all since.

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Him, Ronaldinho and Kaka all seemed to peak about 27/28 years of age as well and then go downhill from there.

 

Part of it is down to many of the top Brazilian players hitting the heights early on in their careers. By the time they reach what are considered the peak years for a footballer, they've burned out and/or lost motivation. They've been playing for Brazil around the world in friendlies, World Cups, Copa Americas, Olympics etc and it all takes its toll with the intensity of today's game and the heavy club schedules.

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he was ace, until he wasn't.

 

remember the Olympiakos game in 2004 when he scored, then won a free kick in the exact same spot. He fannied round on the deck so long the trainer came on, and he had to go off so he couldn't take the free kick.

 

Wot a hit son etc. etc....

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Very good player, I don't think he's underrated; he's just never had the status that the very, very best players in the world have had like Maradona, Messi etc...

 

He's the level below that for me with the likes of Del Piero and Ronaldinho. Like I said he was a very good player, I'm not trying to talk him down, but I don't think he'll go down as an all time great.

 

Him, Ronaldinho and Kaka all seemed to peak about 27/28 years of age as well and then go downhill from there.

 

 

To be fair hadnt they all won pretty much everything in the game by then, probably lost focus and drive to win.

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Rivaldo the massive fanny. That's what he is in my eyes. I hated the prick.

 

Ha ha fair enough, i agree he did go down to easily.

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He was quality. One of the best in the world at one stage.  

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brilliant player. shit actor.
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Very good player, I don't think he's underrated; he's just never had the status that the very, very best players in the world have had like Maradona, Messi etc...

 

He's the level below that for me with the likes of Del Piero and Ronaldinho. Like I said he was a very good player, I'm not trying to talk him down, but I don't think he'll go down as an all time great.

 

Him, Ronaldinho and Kaka all seemed to peak about 27/28 years of age as well and then go downhill from there.

Wouldnt say Ronaldinho went downhill as such,it was more of a case of it being near impossible for anybody to play like he did for the  two or three years at barca up.

 

 

 

Apart from Pele Ronaldinho is the only other player who changed the way football could be played.,They showed what was possible to do with a football on the pitch and changed the way football was played.

In a spell of two to three years at barcelona he played football beyond anything ever seen before or since in the game.Would I say he is the best player to play the game? No I wouldnt but the most skilful without a doubt and the h eights he reached in them two to three years changed the face of football and took it to a height not seen before or since.

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Infact to be clearer what he done at Barca he had been doing in Brazil before he left for Europe.

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Apart from Pele Ronaldinho is the only other player who changed the way football could be played.,They showed what was possible to do with a football on the pitch and changed the way football was played.

In a spell of two to three years at barcelona he played football beyond anything ever seen before or since in the game.Would I say he is the best player to play the game? No I wouldnt but the most skilful without a doubt and the h eights he reached in them two to three years changed the face of football and took it to a height not seen before or since.

 

Quite frankly that is one of the most ridiculous things I've ever read. It's not even worth debating with you, if that's what you truly believe then we are miles apart.

 

I'm more than happy to agree to disagree.

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