images tag also allows multiple images in the article-image field. In this case I’ve assigned three images (as a comma-separated list) and dropped the tag straight into the article body:
<txp:images break=""><txp:thumbnail /></txp:images>
Admittedly there’s not much point to using the article-image field in combination with an
images tag inside the article body; you could just as easily use the
id attribute to assign the images. I just did it this way to show how you can indeed use
images in an article body. Normally for article images you would put the
images tag in the article form.
As of 4.3.0 the images will be sorted according to the
sort attribute, not by the order you list them in the article-image field, so at present there is no standard way to preserve an arbitrary sort order.
rel attribute to a linked thumbnail, the
thumbnail tag has a
link_rel attribute. Saves you the trouble of building out HTML tags from scratch.
please no width/height attributes
Fans of relative image sizing will be glad to know that Txp image tags can now be convinced to dispense with
width attributes in the HTML output.
article_image do this if you declare
height="0" width="0" in the tag attributes.