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July 2010 — updated on : June 2010

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The #VAL tag accepts a parameter which is evaluated and returned without any further processing.

This makes it possible to apply filters to constants.

For example: [(#VAL{<:chaine_de_langue:>}|image_typo)] (which is equivalent to <:chaine_de_langue|image_typo:>)

or perhaps

If you wanted to assign a (.css) stylesheet for each day of the week, you could that with the following code:

[<link rel="stylesheet"
type="text/css" />]

The stylesheets would be named respectively from jour_0.css through jour_6.css (translated as: jour_sunday.css through jour_saturday.css)

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