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article_author

Returns the name of the post author as a string.

<p id="author"><?php echo article_author(); ?></p>

article_author_bio

Returns the biography of the current post author.

<p id="bio"><?php echo article_author_bio(); ?></p>

article_author_id

Returns the database ID of the current post author.

<?php echo article_author_id(); ?>

article_author_email

Returns the email address of the current post author.

<?php echo article_author_email(); ?>

article_css

If custom CSS was added, returns the custom CSS. Should be used like this:

<?php if(article_css()): ?>
    <style><?php echo article_css(); ?></style>
<?php endif; ?>

article_custom_field($key, $fallback = '')

Retrieves a custom field with the key $key, with an optional fallback parameter ($fallback). Used like so:

<small class="attribution">
    Thanks to <?php echo article_custom_field('attribution', 'Mike'); ?>
</small>

article_date

Returns a date-formatted version of article_time(). Default format is jS M, Y (24th January, 2012).

<time><?php echo article_date(); ?></time>

article_description

Returns a short description, as set in the “description” field of the admin area.

<p class="article-description"><?php echo article_description(); ?></p>

article_html

Returns the content of the blog post, as a HTML string.

<article><?php echo article_html(); ?></article>

article_markdown

Returns the raw markdown of the blog post, as a HTML string.

<article><?php echo article_markdown(); ?></article>

article_id

Returns the database-assigned ID of the current article, as a number. Used for uniquely identifying a post.

<?php echo article_id(); ?>

article_js

Similar to article_css(), but with Javascript. Should be used like this:

<?php if(article_js()): ?>
    <script><?php echo article_js(); ?></script>
<?php endif; ?>

article_slug

Returns the slug of the current article. Should not be used in posts.php (you should use article_url() instead, which will correctly calculate the URL).

<?php echo article_slug(); ?>

article_status

Returns a string which contains the current status of the article. Can be either draft, archived, published.

<?php echo article_status(); ?>

article_time

Returns a UNIX timestamp from when the post was added, which can be used to add custom timestamps. If you want to use the default timestamp, use article_date() instead.

<?php echo article_time(); ?>

article_title

Returns the title of the current article as a string, as set in the admin area.

<h1><?php echo article_title(); ?></h1>

article_total_comments

Returns the total number of published comments for the current article.

article_url

Returns a fully-built URL string, which serves as a permalink. Should be used like so:

<a href="<?php echo article_url(); ?>">
    <?php echo article_title(); ?>
</a>

article_customised

Alias for customised to matched prefixed fuction theme.

customised

Returns true if an article has custom CSS or Javascript attached to it, false if not.

<?php if(customised()) : ?>
<p>This page has custom CSS or JS</p>
<?php else : ?>
<p>This page does not have custom CSS or JS</p>
<?php endif; ?>

article_number

Returns the number of the article. Your 3rd published article will return 3.

<p>This is article number <?php echo article_number(); ?></p>

article_adjacent_url($side = 'next', $draft = false, $archive = false)

Returns the url to an adjacent article. Takes $side (next prev previous) and flags to include drafted or archived articles.
<a href="<?php echo article_adjacent_url('prev'); ?>">Previous</a>
<a href="<?php echo article_adjacent_url('next'); ?>">Next</a>

article_previous_url($draft = false, $archive = false)

Returns the url to the previous page. Takes flags to include drafted or archived articles.

<a href="<?php echo article_previous_url(); ?>">Previous</a>

article_next_url($draft = false, $archive = false)

Returns the url to the next page. Takes flags to include drafted or archived articles.

<a href="<?php echo article_next_url(); ?>">Previous</a>

article_category

Returns the name of the category this article is in.

<p>This article is in: <?php echo article_category(); ?></p>

article_category_id

Returns the ID of the category this article is in.

<p><?php echo article_category_id(); ?></p>

article_category_slug

Returns the slug of the category this article is in.

<p>This article is in: <?php echo article_category_slug(); ?></p>

article_category_url

Returns the url of the category which this article is in.

<a href="<?php echo article_category_url(); ?>"><?php echo article_category(); ?></a>

article_object

Returns the article as an object.

<?php $article = article_object(); echo $article->title; ?>

Returns n number of related posts as an array of Post objects.

<?php $related = related_posts(5); ?>

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