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Last edit: Jun 24, 2022

Liquid filters in platformOS

In platformOS you can use all standard Liquid filters. Besides standard Liquid filters, you can also use platformOS-specific Liquid filters we added.

add_to_time

Params

  • time (StringIntegerDateTime)
  • number (Number) - default: 1
  • unit (String) - time unit - allowed options are: y, years, mo, months, w, weeks, d [default], days, h, hours, m, minutes, s, seconds - default: 'd'

Returns

Time - modified time

Examples


      {{ 'now' | add_to_time: 1, 'w' }} # => returns current time plus one week
    

      {{ 'now' | add_to_time: 3, 'mo' }} # => returns current time plus three months
    

advanced_format

Params

  • argument_to_format (Untyped) - object you want to format
  • format (String) - should look like: %[flags][width][.precision]type. For more examples and information see: https://ruby-doc.org/core-2.5.1/Kernel.html#method-i-sprintf

Returns

String - formatted string

Examples


      {{ 3.124 | advanced_format: '%.2f' }} => 3.12
    

      {{ 3 | advanced_format: '%.2f' }} => 3.00
In the example above flags is not present, width is not present (refers to the total final
length of the string), precision ".2" means 2 digits after the decimal point,
type "f" means floating point
    

amount_to_fractional

Converts amount in given currency to fractional. For example, convert USD to cents.

Params

  • amount (NumericString) - amount to be changed to fractional
  • currency (String) - currency to be used - default: 'USD'

Returns

Number - Amount in fractional, for example cents for USD

Examples


      {{ 10.50 | amount_to_fractional: 'USD' }} => 1050
    

      {{ 10.50 | amount_to_fractional: 'JPY' }} => 11
    

array_add (aliases: add_to_array)

Params

  • array (Array) - array to which you add a new element
  • item (Untyped) - item you add to the array

Returns

Array - array to which you add the item given as the second parameter

Examples


      {% assign array = 'a,b,c' | split: ',' %}
{{ array | array_add: 'd' }} => ['a', 'b', 'c', 'd']
    

array_any (aliases: any)

Params

  • array (Array) - array to search in - default: []
  • query (StringNumber) - String/Number compared to each item in the given array - default: 'true'

Returns

Boolean - checks if given array contains at least one of the queried string/number

Examples


      {% assign elements = 'foo,bar' | split: ',' %}
{{ elements | array_any: 'foo' }} => true
    

array_compact (aliases: compact)

Removes blank elements from the array

Params

  • array (ArrayHash) - array with some blank values
  • property (String) - optionally if you provide Hash as argument, you can remove elements which given key is blank - default: nil

Returns

Array - array from which blank values are removed

Examples


      {{ '1,' | split: ',' | array_add: false | array_add: '2' | array_compact }} => 12
    

      {{ '1,' | split: ',' | array_add: null | array_add: '2' | array_compact }} => 12
    

      {% parse_json empty_object %}{}{% endparse_json %}
{{ '1,' | split: ',' | array_add: empty_object | array_add: '2' | array_compact }} => 12
    

      {% assign empty_array = ',' | split: ',' %}
{{ '1,' | split: ',' | array_add: empty_array | array_add: '2' | array_compact }} => 12
    

      {% parse_json hash %}[{ "hello": null }, { "hello" => "world" }, { "hello" => "" }]{% endparse_json %}
{{ hash | array_compact: "hello" }} => [{ "hello":  "world" }]
    

array_delete

Params

  • array (Array) - array to process
  • element (Untyped) - value to remove

Returns

Array - the initial array that has all occurences of "element" removed

Examples


      assign test = ['test', 'test2', 'test', 'test3']
assign arr = test | array_delete: 'test'
  => ['test2', 'test3']
    

array_delete_at

Params

  • array (Array) - array to process
  • index (Number) - array index to remove

Returns

Array - the initial array that has the element at index removed

Examples


      assign test = ['test', 'test2']
assign arr = test | array_delete_at: 1
  => ['test']
    

array_detect (aliases: detect)

Params

  • objects (Array) - array of objects to be processed
  • conditions (Hash) - hash with conditions { field_name: value } - default: {}

Returns

Untyped - first object from the collection that matches the specified conditions

Examples


      {{ objects }} => [{"foo":1,"bar":"a"},{"foo":2,"bar":"b"},{"foo":3,"bar":"c"}]
{{ objects | array_detect: foo: 2 }} => {"foo":2,"bar":"b"}
    

array_find_index

Params

  • objects (Array) - array of objects to be processed
  • conditions (Hash) - hash with conditions { field_name: value }

Returns

Array - with indices from collection that matches provided conditions

Examples


      {{ objects }} => [{"foo":1,"bar":"a"},{"foo":2,"bar":"b"},{"foo":3,"bar":"c"},{"foo":2,"bar":"d"}]
{{ objects | array_find_index: foo: 2 }} => [1, 3]
    

array_flatten (aliases: flatten)

Params

  • array (Array) - array of arrays to be processed

Returns

Array - with objects

Examples


      {{ array_of_arrays }} => [[1,2], [3,4], [5,6]]
{{ array_of_arrays | array_flatten }} => [1,2,3,4,5,6]
    

array_group_by (aliases: group_by)

Transforms array into hash, with keys equal to the values of object's method name and value being array containing objects

Params

  • objects (Array) - array to be grouped
  • method_name (String) - method name to be used to group Objects

Returns

Hash - the original array grouped by method specified by the second parameter

Examples


      {% parse_json objects %}
  [
    { "size": "xl", "color": "red"},
    { "size": "xl", "color": "yellow"},
    { "size": "s", "color": "red"}
  ]
{% endparse_json %}

{{ objects | array_group_by: 'size' }} => {"xl"=>[{"size"=>"xl", "color"=>"red"}, {"size"=>"xl", "color"=>"yellow"}], "s"=>[{"size"=>"s", "color"=>"red"}]}
    

array_in_groups_of (aliases: in_groups_of)

Transforms array in array of arrays, each subarray containing exactly N elements

Params

  • array (Array) - array to be split into groups
  • number_of_elements (Number) - the size of each group the array is to be split into

Returns

Array - the original array split into groups of the size specified by the second parameter (an array of arrays)

Examples


      {% assign elements = '1,2,3,4' | split: ',' %}
{{ elements | array_in_groups_of: 3 }} => [[1, 2, 3], [4, null, null]]
    

array_index_of

Finds index of an object in the array

Params

  • array (Array) - array of objects to be processed
  • object (Untyped) - object to search for

Returns

- Integer position of object in array if found or nil otherwise

Examples


      {{ objects }} => [1,'abc',3]
{{ objects | array_index_of: 'abc' }} => 1
    

array_intersect (aliases: intersection)

Params

  • array (Array) - array of objects to be processed
  • other_array (Array) - array of objects to be processed

Returns

Array - that exists in both arrays

Examples


      {% liquid
  assign array = '1,2,3,4' | split: ','
  assign other_array = '3,4,5,6' | split: ','
%}

{{ array | array_intersect: other_array }} => [3,4]
    

array_limit (aliases: limit)

Params

  • array (Array) - array to shrink
  • limit (Number) - number of elements to be returned

Returns

Array - parameter; [1,2,3,4] limited to 2 elements gives [1,2]

Examples


      items => [{ id: 1, name: 'foo', label: 'Foo' }, { id: 2, name: 'bar', label: 'Bar' }]
{{ items | array_limit: 1 }} => [{ id: 1, name: 'foo', label: 'Foo' }]
    

array_map (aliases: map_attributes)

Params

  • array (Array) - array of objects to be processed
  • attributes (Array) - array of keys to be extracted

Returns

Array - array of arrays with values for given keys

Examples


      {{ items }} => [{ id: 1, name: 'foo', label: 'Foo' }, { id: 2, name: 'bar', label: 'Bar' }]
{{ items | array_map: 'id', 'name' }} => [[1, 'foo'], [2, 'bar']]
    

array_prepend (aliases: prepend_to_array)

Params

  • array (Array) - array to which you prepend a new element
  • item (Untyped) - item you prepend to the array

Returns

Array - array to which you prepend the item given as the second parameter

Examples


      {% assign array = 'a,b,c' | split: ',' %}
{{ array | array_prepend: 'd' }} => ['d', 'a', 'b', 'c']
    

array_reject (aliases: reject)

Params

  • objects (Array) - array of objects to be processed
  • conditions (Hash) - hash with conditions { field_name: value } - default: {}

Returns

Array - with objects from collection that don't match provided conditions

Examples


      {{ objects }} => [{"foo":1,"bar":"a"},{"foo":2,"bar":"b"},{"foo":3,"bar":"c"},{"foo":2,"bar":"d"}]
{{ objects | array_reject: foo: 2 }} => [{"foo":1,"bar":"a"},{"foo":3,"bar":"c"}]
    

array_rotate (aliases: rotate)

Params

  • array (Array) - array to be rotated
  • count (Number) - number of times to rotate the input array - default: 1

Returns

Array - the input array rotated by a number of times given as the second parameter; [1,2,3,4] rotated by 2 gives [3,4,1,2]

Examples


      {% assign numbers = "1,2,3" | split: "," %}
{{ numbers | array_rotate }} => [2,3,1]
    

array_select (aliases: select)

Params

  • objects (Array) - array of objects to be processed
  • conditions (Hash) - hash with conditions { field_name: value } - default: {}

Returns

Array - with objects from collection that matches provided conditions

Examples


      {{ objects }} => [{"foo":1,"bar":"a"},{"foo":2,"bar":"b"},{"foo":3,"bar":"c"},{"foo":2,"bar":"d"}]
{{ objects | array_select: foo: 2 }} => [{"foo":2,"bar":"b"},{"foo":2,"bar":"d"}]
    

array_shuffle (aliases: shuffle_array)

Params

  • array (Array) - array of objects to be processed

Returns

Array - array with shuffled items

Examples


      {{ items }} => [1, 2, 3, 4]
{{ items | array_shuffle }} => [3, 2, 4, 1]
    

array_sort_by (aliases: sort_by)

Params

  • input (Array) - Array of Hash to be sorted by a key
  • property (Untyped) - property by which to sort an Array of Hashes

Returns

Array - Sorted object (Array of Hash)

Examples


      array1 is [{"title": "Tester", "value": 1}, {"title": "And", "value": 2}]
{{ array1 | array_sort_by: "title" }}
    

array_subtract (aliases: subtract_array)

Params

  • array (Array) - array of objects to be processed
  • other_array (Array) - array of objects to be processed

Returns

Array - that is a difference between two arrays

Examples


      {% liquid
  assign array = '1,2' | split: ','
  assign other_array = '2' | split: ','
%}

{{ array | array_subtract: other_array }} => [1]
    

array_sum (aliases: sum_array)

Params

  • array (Array) - array with values to be summarised

Returns

Number - summarised value of array

Examples


      {% assign numbers = '[1,2,3]' | parse_json %}
{{ numbers | array_sum }} => 6
    

asset_url

Generates CDN url to an asset

Params

  • file_path (String) - path to the asset, relative to assets directory

Returns

String - URL to the physical file if existing, root asset URL otherwise

Examples


      {{ "valid/file.jpg" | asset_url }} => https://cdn-server.com/valid/file.jpg?updated=1565632488
{{ "nonexistent/file.jpg" | asset_url }} => https://cdn-server.com/assets/nonexistent/file.jpg
    

base64_decode

Params

  • base64_string (String) - Base64 encoded string

Returns

String - decoded string

Examples


      {{ 'aGVsbG8gYmFzZTY0\n' | base64_decode }} => 'hello base64'
    

base64_encode

Params

  • bin (String) - string to be encoded

Returns

String - Returns the Base64-encoded version of bin. This method complies with RFC 2045. Line feeds are added to every 60 encoded characters.

Examples


      {{ 'hello base64' | base64_encode }} => 'aGVsbG8gYmFzZTY0'
    

compute_hmac

Params

  • data (String) - message to be authenticated
  • secret (String) - secret key
  • algorithm (String) - defaults to SHA256. Supported algorithms are: SHA, SHA1, SHA224, SHA256, SHA384, SHA512, MD4, MDC2, MD5, RIPEMD160, DSS1. - default: 'sha256'
  • digest (String) - defaults to hex. Supported digest values are hex, none, base64 - default: 'hex'

Returns

String - Keyed-hash message authentication code (HMAC), that can be used to authenticate requests from third party apps, e.g. Stripe webhooks requests

Examples


      {{ 'some_data' | compute_hmac: 'some_secret', 'MD4' }} => 'cabff538af5f97ccc27d481942616492'
    

date_add (aliases: add_to_date)

Params

  • time (StringIntegerDateTime)
  • number (Number) - default: 1
  • unit (String) - time unit - allowed options are: y, years, mo, months, w, weeks, d [default], days, h, hours, m, minutes, s, seconds - default: 'd'

Returns

Date - modified Date

Examples


      {{ '2010-01-01' | date_add: 1 }} => 2010-01-02
{{ '2010-01-01' | date_add: 1, 'mo' }} => 2010-02-01
    

decrypt

Filter allowing to decrypt data encrypted with a specified algorithm. See encrypt filter for encryption.

Params

  • payload (String) - string payload to be decrypted - must be a Base64 encoded (RFC 4648) string
  • algorithm (String) - algorithm you want to use for encryption
    • symmetric (String) - Supported algorithms: aes-128-cbc, aes-128-cbc-hmac-sha1, aes-128-cbc-hmac-sha256, aes-128-ccm, aes-128-cfb, aes-128-cfb1, aes-128-cfb8, aes-128-ctr, aes-128-ecb, aes-128-gcm, aes-128-ocb, aes-128-ofb, aes-128-xts, aes-192-cbc, aes-192-ccm, aes-192-cfb, aes-192-cfb1, aes-192-cfb8, aes-192-ctr, aes-192-ecb, aes-192-gcm, aes-192-ocb, aes-192-ofb, aes-256-cbc, aes-256-cbc-hmac-sha1, aes-256-cbc-hmac-sha256, aes-256-ccm, aes-256-cfb, aes-256-cfb1, aes-256-cfb8, aes-256-ctr, aes-256-ecb, aes-256-gcm, aes-256-ocb, aes-256-ofb, aes-256-xts, aes128, aes128-wrap, aes192, aes192-wrap, aes256, aes256-wrap, aria-128-cbc, aria-128-ccm, aria-128-cfb, aria-128-cfb1, aria-128-cfb8, aria-128-ctr, aria-128-ecb, aria-128-gcm, aria-128-ofb, aria-192-cbc, aria-192-ccm, aria-192-cfb, aria-192-cfb1, aria-192-cfb8, aria-192-ctr, aria-192-ecb, aria-192-gcm, aria-192-ofb, aria-256-cbc, aria-256-ccm, aria-256-cfb, aria-256-cfb1, aria-256-cfb8, aria-256-ctr, aria-256-ecb, aria-256-gcm, aria-256-ofb, aria128, aria192, aria256, bf, bf-cbc, bf-cfb, bf-ecb, bf-ofb, blowfish, camellia-128-cbc, camellia-128-cfb, camellia-128-cfb1, camellia-128-cfb8, camellia-128-ctr, camellia-128-ecb, camellia-128-ofb, camellia-192-cbc, camellia-192-cfb, camellia-192-cfb1, camellia-192-cfb8, camellia-192-ctr, camellia-192-ecb, camellia-192-ofb, camellia-256-cbc, camellia-256-cfb, camellia-256-cfb1, camellia-256-cfb8, camellia-256-ctr, camellia-256-ecb, camellia-256-ofb, camellia128, camellia192, camellia256, cast, cast-cbc, cast5-cbc, cast5-cfb, cast5-ecb, cast5-ofb, chacha20, chacha20-poly1305, des, des-cbc, des-cfb, des-cfb1, des-cfb8, des-ecb, des-ede, des-ede-cbc, des-ede-cfb, des-ede-ecb, des-ede-ofb, des-ede3, des-ede3-cbc, des-ede3-cfb, des-ede3-cfb1, des-ede3-cfb8, des-ede3-ecb, des-ede3-ofb, des-ofb, des3, des3-wrap, desx, desx-cbc, id-aes128-CCM, id-aes128-GCM, id-aes128-wrap, id-aes128-wrap-pad, id-aes192-CCM, id-aes192-GCM, id-aes192-wrap, id-aes192-wrap-pad, id-aes256-CCM, id-aes256-GCM, id-aes256-wrap, id-aes256-wrap-pad, id-smime-alg-CMS3DESwrap, idea, idea-cbc, idea-cfb, idea-ecb, idea-ofb, rc2, rc2-128, rc2-40, rc2-40-cbc, rc2-64, rc2-64-cbc, rc2-cbc, rc2-cfb, rc2-ecb, rc2-ofb, rc4, rc4-40, rc4-hmac-md5, seed, seed-cbc, seed-cfb, seed-ecb, seed-ofb, sm4, sm4-cbc, sm4-cfb, sm4-ctr, sm4-ecb, sm4-ofb
    • asymmetric (String) - Supported algorithms: RSA, RSA-OAEP
  • key (String) - a key used for encryption. Key must match the algorithm requirments. For asymmetric algorithms there are public and private keys that need to passed in PEM format.

Returns

String - String - decrypted string using the algorithm of your choice. Initialization Vector (iv) is expected to be present in the encrypted payload at the beginning.

Examples


      {{ some_payload | decrypt: 'aes-256-cbc', 'ThisPasswordIsReallyHardToGuessA' }} => decrypted string from payload
    

deep_clone

Params

  • object (Untyped) - object to be duplicated

Returns

Untyped - returns a copy of the object parameter

Examples


      {% assign some_hash_copy = some_hash | deep_clone %}
    

digest

Params

  • object (String) - message that you want to obtain a cryptographic hash for
  • algorithm (String) - the hash algorithm to use. Choose from: 'md5', 'sha1', 'sha256', 'sha384', 'sha512'. Default is sha1. - default: 'sha1'
  • digest (String) - defaults to hex. Supported digest values are hex, none, base64 - default: 'hex'

Returns

String - hexadecimal hash value obtained by applying the selected algorithm to the message

Examples


      {{ 'foo' | digest }} => '0beec7b5ea3f0fdbc95d0dd47f3c5bc275da8a33'
{{ 'foo' | digest: 'sha256' }} => '2c26b46b68ffc68ff99b453c1d30413413422d706483bfa0f98a5e886266e7ae'
{{ 'foo' | digest: 'sha256', 'base64' }} => 'LCa0a2j/xo/5m0U8HTBBNBNCLXBkg7+g+YpeiGJm564='
{{ 'foo' | digest: 'sha256', 'none' }} => ',&\xB4kh\xFF\xC6\x8F\xF9\x9BE<\x1D0A4\x13B-pd\x83\xBF\xA0\xF9\x8A^\x88bf\xE7\xAE'
    

download_file

Params

  • url (String) - url to a remote file
  • max_size (Number) - max file size of the file, default 1 megabyte. Can't exceed 50 megabytes. - default: 1

Returns

String - Body of the remote file

Examples


      {{ 'http://www.example.com/my_file.txt' | download_file }} => "Content of a file"
{% assign data = 'https://example.com/data.json' | download_file | parse_json %}
    

encode

The filter returns a string with the encoding changed to the one specified by the 'destination_encoding' parameter. The filter changes the string itself (its representation in memory) by first determining which graphical characters the underlying bytes in the string represent in the 'source_encoding', and then changing the bytes to encode the same graphical characters in 'destination_encoding'.

Params

  • text (String) - input string that we want to reencode
  • source_encoding (String) - the encoding of the source string text
  • destination_encoding (String) - the encoding we want the source string text converted to
  • invalid (String) - if set to 'replace', invalid byte sequences for the source_encoding will be replaced with the replace parameter
  • undefined (String) - if set to 'replace', characters which do not exist in the destination encoding will be replaced by the 'replace' parameter
  • replace (String) - used together with the invalid and undefined parameters

Returns

String - input string with encoding modified from source_encoding to destination_encoding

Examples


      {{ 'John arrived_foo' | encode: "ISO-8859-1", 'UTF-8', invalid: 'replace', undefined: 'replace', replace: '??' }}
    

encoding

The filter returns the encoding of the string parameter (i.e. how the underlying bytes in the string are interpreted to determine which graphical characters they encode).

Params

  • text (String) - input string whose encoding we want to find

Returns

String - encoding of the string text

Examples


      {{ 'John arrived_foo' | encoding }} => 'UTF-8'
    

encrypt

Filter allowing to encrypt data with specified algorithm. See decrypt filter for decryption

Params

  • payload (String) - string payload to be encrypted
  • algorithm (String) - algorithm you want to use for encryption
    • symmetric (String) - Supported algorithms: aes-128-cbc, aes-128-cbc-hmac-sha1, aes-128-cbc-hmac-sha256, aes-128-ccm, aes-128-cfb, aes-128-cfb1, aes-128-cfb8, aes-128-ctr, aes-128-ecb, aes-128-gcm, aes-128-ocb, aes-128-ofb, aes-128-xts, aes-192-cbc, aes-192-ccm, aes-192-cfb, aes-192-cfb1, aes-192-cfb8, aes-192-ctr, aes-192-ecb, aes-192-gcm, aes-192-ocb, aes-192-ofb, aes-256-cbc, aes-256-cbc-hmac-sha1, aes-256-cbc-hmac-sha256, aes-256-ccm, aes-256-cfb, aes-256-cfb1, aes-256-cfb8, aes-256-ctr, aes-256-ecb, aes-256-gcm, aes-256-ocb, aes-256-ofb, aes-256-xts, aes128, aes128-wrap, aes192, aes192-wrap, aes256, aes256-wrap, aria-128-cbc, aria-128-ccm, aria-128-cfb, aria-128-cfb1, aria-128-cfb8, aria-128-ctr, aria-128-ecb, aria-128-gcm, aria-128-ofb, aria-192-cbc, aria-192-ccm, aria-192-cfb, aria-192-cfb1, aria-192-cfb8, aria-192-ctr, aria-192-ecb, aria-192-gcm, aria-192-ofb, aria-256-cbc, aria-256-ccm, aria-256-cfb, aria-256-cfb1, aria-256-cfb8, aria-256-ctr, aria-256-ecb, aria-256-gcm, aria-256-ofb, aria128, aria192, aria256, bf, bf-cbc, bf-cfb, bf-ecb, bf-ofb, blowfish, camellia-128-cbc, camellia-128-cfb, camellia-128-cfb1, camellia-128-cfb8, camellia-128-ctr, camellia-128-ecb, camellia-128-ofb, camellia-192-cbc, camellia-192-cfb, camellia-192-cfb1, camellia-192-cfb8, camellia-192-ctr, camellia-192-ecb, camellia-192-ofb, camellia-256-cbc, camellia-256-cfb, camellia-256-cfb1, camellia-256-cfb8, camellia-256-ctr, camellia-256-ecb, camellia-256-ofb, camellia128, camellia192, camellia256, cast, cast-cbc, cast5-cbc, cast5-cfb, cast5-ecb, cast5-ofb, chacha20, chacha20-poly1305, des, des-cbc, des-cfb, des-cfb1, des-cfb8, des-ecb, des-ede, des-ede-cbc, des-ede-cfb, des-ede-ecb, des-ede-ofb, des-ede3, des-ede3-cbc, des-ede3-cfb, des-ede3-cfb1, des-ede3-cfb8, des-ede3-ecb, des-ede3-ofb, des-ofb, des3, des3-wrap, desx, desx-cbc, id-aes128-CCM, id-aes128-GCM, id-aes128-wrap, id-aes128-wrap-pad, id-aes192-CCM, id-aes192-GCM, id-aes192-wrap, id-aes192-wrap-pad, id-aes256-CCM, id-aes256-GCM, id-aes256-wrap, id-aes256-wrap-pad, id-smime-alg-CMS3DESwrap, idea, idea-cbc, idea-cfb, idea-ecb, idea-ofb, rc2, rc2-128, rc2-40, rc2-40-cbc, rc2-64, rc2-64-cbc, rc2-cbc, rc2-cfb, rc2-ecb, rc2-ofb, rc4, rc4-40, rc4-hmac-md5, seed, seed-cbc, seed-cfb, seed-ecb, seed-ofb, sm4, sm4-cbc, sm4-cfb, sm4-ctr, sm4-ecb, sm4-ofb
    • asymmetric (String) - Supported algorithms: RSA, RSA-OAEP
  • key (String) - a key used for encryption. Key must match the algorithm requirments. For asymmetric algorithms there are public and private keys that need to passed in PEM format.
  • iv (optional) - - initialization vector, if not provided we will automatically generate one - default: nil

Returns

String - Base64 encoded (RFC 4648) encrypted string using the algorithm of your choice. Initialization Vector (iv) will be appended

Examples


      {% capture payload %}
  {
   "key": "value",
   "another_key": "another value"
  }
{% endcapture %}
{{ payload | encrypt: 'aes-256-cbc', 'ThisPasswordIsReallyHardToGuessA' }} => Kkuo2eWEnTbcrtbGjAmQVMTjptS5elsgqQe-5blHpUR-ziHPI45n2wOnY30DVZGldCTNqMT_Ml0ZFiGiupKGD4ZWxVIMkdCHaq4XgiAIUew=
    

end_with

Check if string ends with given substring(s)

Params

  • string (String) - string to check ends with any of the provided suffixes
  • suffixes (StringArray) - suffix to check

Returns

Boolean - true if string ends with a suffixes

Examples


      {{ 'my_example' | end_with: 'example' }} => true
    

      {{ 'my_example' | end_with: 'my' } => false
    

      {% assign suffixes = ['array', 'example'] | parse_json %}
{{ 'my_example' | end_with: suffixes } => true
    

escape_javascript

Params

  • text (String) - text to be escaped

Returns

String - escaped text

Examples


      {% capture js %}
var msg = 'hello world';
function yell(x) {
  if (!x) { return; }
  return x + "!!!";
}
yell(msg).
{% endcapture %}

{{ js | escape_javascript }}
=> \nvar msg = \'hello world\';\nfunction yell(x) {\n if (!x) { return; }\n return x + \"!!!\";\n}\nyell(msg).\n
    

expand_url_template

Creates url based on provided named parameters to the template

Params

  • template (String) - URL template. Read more at https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc6570
  • params (Hash) - hash with data injected into template

Returns

String - expanded URL

Examples


      {% assign template = "/search/{city}/{street}" %}
{{ template | expand_url_template: city: "Sydney", street: "BlueRoad" }}
=> /search/Sydney/BlueRoad
    

      {% assign template = "/search{?city,street}" %}
{{ template | expand_url_template: city: "Sydney", street: "BlueRoad" }}
=> /search?city=Sydney&street=BlueRoad
    

extract_url_params

Extracts named parameters from the url

Params

  • url (String) - URL with params to extract
  • templates (StringArray) - URL template, works also with array of templates. Read more at https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc6570

Returns

Hash - hash with extracted params

Examples


      {% assign template = "/search/{city}/{street}" %}
{{ "/search/Sydney/BlueRoad" | extract_url_params: template  }} => {"city":"Sydney","street":"BlueRoad"}
    

      {% assign template = "/{first}/{-list|\/|second}" %}
{{ "/a/b/c/" | extract_url_params: template }} => {"first":"a","second":["b", "c"]}
    

      {% assign template = "/{first}/{second}{?limit,offset}" %}
{{ "/my/path?limit=10&offset=0" | extract_url_params: template }} => {"first":"my","second":"path","limit":"10","offset":"0"}
    

      {% assign template = "/search/-list|+|query" %}
{{ "/search/this+is+my+query" | extract_url_params: template }} => {"query":["this","is","my","query"]}
    

      {% assign template = "{+location}/listings" %}
{{ "/Warsaw/Poland/listings" | extract_url_params: template }} => {"location":"/Warsaw/Poland"}
    

force_encoding

The filter returns a string with the encoding changed to the one specified by the 'encoding' parameter. The filter does not change the string itself (its representation in memory) but changes how the underlying bytes in the string are interpreted to determine which characters they encode

Params

  • text (String) - input string whose encoding we want modified

Returns

String - input string with encoding modified to the one specified by the encoding parameter

Examples


      {{ 'John arrived_foo' | force_encoding: "ISO-8859-1" }}
    

format_number

Params

  • number (Untyped) - string (numberlike), integer or float to format
  • options (Hash) - formatting options
    • locale (String) - Sets the locale to be used for formatting (defaults to current locale).
    • precision (Number) - Sets the precision of the number (defaults to 3).
    • significant (String) - If true, precision will be the number of significant_digits. If false, the number of fractional digits (defaults to false).
    • separator (String) - Sets the separator between the fractional and integer digits (defaults to ".").
    • delimiter (String) - Sets the thousands delimiter (defaults to "").
    • strip_insignificant_zeros (Boolean) - If true removes insignificant zeros after the decimal separator (defaults to false).

Returns

String - formatted number

Examples


      {{ 111.2345 | format_number }} # => 111.235
    

      {{ 111.2345 | format_number: precision: 2 }} # => 111.23
    

      {{ 111 | format_number: precision: 2 }} # => 111.00
    

      {{ 1111.2345 | format_number: precision: 2, separator: ',', delimiter: '.' }} # => 1.111,23
    

fractional_to_amount

Converts currency in fractional to whole amount. For example, convert cents to USD.

Params

  • amount (IntegerString) - fractional amount
  • currency (String) - currency to be used - default: 'USD'

Returns

Number - converted fractional amount

Examples


      {{ 10.50 | fractional_to_amount: 'USD' }} => 10
    

      {{ 1050 | fractional_to_amount: 'JPY' }} => 1050
    

hash_add_key (aliases: add_hash_keyassign_to_hash_key)

Params

  • hash (Hash)
  • key (String)
  • value (Untyped)

Returns

Hash - hash with added key

Examples


      {% liquid
  assign accountants = "Angela,Kevin,Oscar" | split: ","
  assign management = "David,Jan,Michael" | split: ","
  assign company = '{}' | parse_json
  assign company = company | hash_add_key: "name", "Dunder Mifflin"
  assign company = company | hash_add_key: "accountants", accountants
  assign company = company | hash_add_key: "management", management
%}
{{ company }} => {"name"=>"Dunder Mifflin", "accountants"=>["Angela", "Kevin", "Oscar"], "management"=>["David", "Jan", "Michael"]}
    

hash_delete_key (aliases: delete_hash_keyremove_hash_key)

Params

  • hash (Hash)
  • key (String)

Returns

Untyped - value which was assigned to a deleted key. If the key did not exist in the first place, null is returned.

Examples


      {% liquid
  assign hash = '{ "a": "1", "b": "2"}' | parse_json
  assign a_value = hash | hash_delete_key: "a"
%}
{{ a_value }} => "1"
{{ hash }} => { "b": "2" }
    

hash_diff

Generates a list of additions (+), deletions (-) and changes (~) from given two ojects.

Params

  • hash1 (Hash)
  • hash2 (Hash)

Returns

Array - array containg the difference between two hashes

Examples


      {% liquid
  assign a = '{ "a": 1, "c": "5 ", "d": 6, "e": { "f": 5.12 } }' | parse_json
  assign b = '{ "b": 2, "c": "5",  "d": 5, "e": { "f": 5.13 } }' | parse_json
%}
{{ a | hash_diff: b }} => [["-","a",1],["~","c","5 ","5"],["~","d",6,5],["~","e.f",5.12,5.13],["+","b",2]]
{{ a | hash_diff: b, strip: true }}  => [["-","a",1],["~","d",6,5],["~","e.f",5.12,5.13],["+","b",2]]
    

hash_dig (aliases: dig)

Params

  • hash (Hash)
  • keys (Array) - comma separated sequence of string keys to dig down the hash

Returns

Untyped - Extracted nested value specified by the sequence of keys by calling dig at each step, returning null if any intermediate step is null.

Examples


      {% parse_json user_json %}
{
  "name": {
    "first": "John"
    "last": "Doe"
  }
}
{% endparse_json %}
{{ user_json | hash_dig: "name", "first" }} => "John"
    

hash_keys

Params

  • hash (Hash) - input hash

Returns

Array

Examples


      {% liquid
  assign data = null | hash_merge: foo: 'fooval', bar: 'barval'
%}

{{ data | hash_keys }} => ["foo", "bar"]
    

hash_merge

Params

  • hash1 (Hash)
  • hash2 (Hash)

Returns

Hash - new hash containing the contents of hash1 and the contents of hash2. On duplicated keys we keep value from hash2

Examples


      {% liquid
  assign a = '{"a": 1, "b": 2 }' | parse_json
  assign b = '{"b": 3, "c": 4 }' | parse_json
  assign new_hash = a | hash_merge: b
%}
{{ new_hash }} => { "a": 1, "b": 3, "c": 4 }
    

      {% liquid
  assign a = '{"a": 1}' | parse_json
  assing a = a | hash_merge: b: 2, c: 3
  %}
{{ a }} => { "a": 1, "b": 2, "c": 3 }
    

hash_sort

Params

  • input (Hash) - Hash to be sorted

Returns

Hash - Sorted hash

Examples


      {% assign hash1 = '{"key2": "value2", "key1": "value1"}' | parse_json %}
{{ hash1 | hash_sort }} => {"key1": "value1", "key2": "value2"}
    

      {% assign hash1 = '{"a": 1, "c": 2, "b": 3}' | parse_json %}
{{ hash1 | hash_sort }} => {"a": 1, "b": 3, "c": 2}
    

hash_values

Params

  • hash (Hash) - input hash

Returns

Array

Examples


      {% liquid
  assign data = null | hash_merge: foo: 'fooval', bar: 'barval'
%}

{{ data | hash_values }} => ["fooval", "barval"]
    

hcaptcha

Params

  • params (Hash) - params sent to the server

Returns

Boolean - whether the parameters are valid hcaptcha verification parameters

Examples


      {{ context.params | hcaptcha }} => true
    

html_safe

Params

  • text (String)
  • options (Hash) - set raw_text to true to stop it from unescaping HTML entities - default: {}

Returns

String - string that can be rendered with all HTML tags, by default all variables are escaped.

Examples


      {{ '<h1>Hello</h1>' }} => '&lt;h1&gt;Hello&lt;/h1>&gt;'
    

      {{ '<h1>Hello</h1>' | html_safe }} => '<h1>Hello</h1>'
    

      {{ '<script>alert("Hello")</script>' }} => <script>alert("Hello")</script> - this will just print text in the source code of the page
    

      {{ '<script>alert("Hello")</script>' | html_safe }} => <script>alert("Hello")</script> - this script will be evaluated when a user enters the page
    

      {{ 'abc &quot; def' | html_safe: raw_text: true }} => 'abc &quot; def'
    

      {{ 'abc &quot; def' | html_safe: raw_text: false }} => 'abc " def'
    

html_to_text

Params

  • html (String) - html to be converted to text
  • options (Hash) - optional. Default root_element: null, remove_nodes: 'script, link, style', replace_newline: ' '
    • root_element (String) - css selector of node which content should be returned, default is null
    • remove_nodes (String) - CSS selector of nodes that should be ignored, default is 'script, link, style'
    • replace_newline (String) - specifies a character to be used to replace newlines, default is ' ' (new lines will be converted to space)

Returns

String - text without any html tags

Examples


      {{ '<h1>Hello <a href="#">world</a></h1>' }} => 'Hello world'
    

humanize

Params

  • key (String) - input string to be transformed

Returns

String - a human readable string derived from the input; capitalizes the first word, turns underscores into spaces, and strips a trailing '_id' if present. Used for creating a formatted output (e.g. by replacing underscores with spaces, capitalizing the first word, etc.).

Examples


      {{ 'car_model' | humanize }} => 'Car model'
    

      {{ 'customer_id' | humanize }} => 'Customer'
    

is_date_before (aliases: date_before)

Params

  • first_time (StringIntegerDateTime) - time to compare to the second parameter
  • second_time (StringIntegerDateTime) - time against which the first parameter is compared to

Returns

Boolean - returns true if the first time is lower than the second time

Examples


      {{ '2010-01-02' | date_before: '2010-01-03' }} => true
    

      {{ '6 months ago' | date_before: '2010-01-03' }} => false
    

      {{ '1 day ago' | date_before: 'now' }} => true
    

is_date_in_past

Params

  • time (StringIntegerDateTime) - time object, can also be a string
  • now (StringIntegerDateTime) - sets the time from which operation should be performed

Returns

Boolean - true if time passed is in the past, false otherwise

Examples


      {{ '2010-01-01' | is_date_in_past }} => true
    

      {{ '3000-01-01' | is_date_in_past }} => false
    

is_email_valid

Params

  • email (String) - String containing potentially valid email

Returns

Boolean - whether or not the argument is a valid email

Examples


      {% assign valid = '[email protected]' | is_email_valid %}
valid => true

{% assign valid = 'john@' | is_email_valid %}
valid => false
    

is_json_valid

Params

  • text (String) - String containing potentially valid JSON

Returns

Boolean - whether or not the argument is a valid JSON

Examples


      {% assign valid = '{ "name": "foo", "bar": {} }' | is_json_valid %}
valid => true

{% assign valid = '{ "foo" }' | is_json_valid %}
valid => false
    

is_parsable_date

Params

  • object (Untyped) - object that can be a date

Returns

Boolean - whether the parameter can be parsed as a date

Examples


      {{ '2021/2' | is_parsable_date }} => true
    

is_token_valid

Temporary token is valid for desired number of hours (by default 48), which you can use to authorize the user in third party application. To do it, include it in a header with name UserTemporaryToken. Token will be invalidated on password change.

Params

  • token (String) - encrypted token generated via the temporary_token GraphQL property
  • user_id (Number) - id of the user who generated the token

Returns

Boolean - returns true if the token has not expired and was generated for the given user, false otherwise

Examples


      {% token = '1234' %}
{{ token | is_token_valid: context.current_user.id }} => false
    

json (aliases: to_json)

Params

  • object (Untyped) - object you want a JSON representation of

Returns

String - JSON formatted string containing a representation of object.

Examples


      {{ user | json }} => {"name":"Mike","email":"[email protected]"}
    

jwe_encode (aliases: jwe_encode_rc)

Params

  • json (String) - JSON body string that will be encypted
  • key (String) - Public key
  • alg (required) - - Key Management Algorithm used to encrypt or determine the value of the Content Encryption Key. Valid options: Single Asymmetric Public/Private Key Pair RSA1_5 RSA-OAEP RSA-OAEP-256 Two Asymmetric Public/Private Key Pairs with Key Agreement ECDH-ES ECDH-ES+A128KW ECDH-ES+A192KW ECDH-ES+A256KW Symmetric Password Based Key Derivation PBES2-HS256+A128KW PBES2-HS384+A192KW PBES2-HS512+A256KW Symmetric Key Wrap A128GCMKW A192GCMKW A256GCMKW A128KW A192KW A256KW Symmetric Direct Key (known to both sides) dir
  • enc (required) - - Encryption Algorithm used to perform authenticated encryption on the plain text using the Content Encryption Key. Valid options: A128CBC-HS256 A192CBC-HS384 A256CBC-HS512 A128GCM A192GCM A256GCM

Returns

String

jwt_decode

Params

  • encoded_token (String) - encoded JWT token you want to decode
  • algorithm (String) - the algorithm that was used to encode the token
  • secret (String) - either a shared secret or a PUBLIC key for RSA - default: ''
  • verify_signature (Boolean) - default true, for testing and debugging can remove verifying the signature - default: true
  • jwks (Hash) - JWK is a structure representing a cryptographic key. Currently only supports RSA public keys. Valid options: none - unsigned token HS256 - SHA-256 hash algorithm HS384 - SHA-384 hash algorithm HS512 - SHA-512 hash algorithm RS256 - RSA using SHA-256 hash algorithm RS384 - RSA using SHA-384 hash algorithm RS512 - RSA using SHA-512 hash algorithm - default: nil

Returns

Hash - result of decoding JWT token

Examples


      {% assign original_payload = 'eyJ0eXAiOiJKV1QiLCJhbGciOiJIUzI1NiJ9.eyJrZXkiOiJ2YWx1ZSIsImFub3RoZXJfa2V5IjoiYW5vdGhlciB2YWx1ZSJ9.XT8sHXyPTA9DoHzssXh1q6Uv2D1ENosW0F3Ixle85L0' | jwt_decode: 'HS256', 'this-is-secret'  %} =>
[
  {
    "key" => "value",
    "another_key" => "another value"
  },
  {
    "typ" => "JWT",
    "alg" => "HS256"
  }
]
    

      RSA:
{% capture public_key %}
-----BEGIN PUBLIC KEY-----
MIIBI...
-----END PUBLIC KEY-----
{% endcapture %}
{% assign original_payload = 'some encoded token' | jwt_decode: 'RS256', public_key %}
    

jwt_encode

Params

  • payload (Hash) - payload or message you want to encrypt
  • algorithm (String) - algorithm you want to use for encryption
  • secret (String) - either a shared secret or a private key for RSA - default: nil
  • header_fields (Hash) - optional hash of custom headers to be added to default { "typ": "JWT", "alg": "[algorithm]" } - default: {}

Returns

String - JWT token encrypted using the algorithm of your choice

Examples


      {% parse_json payload %}
{
  "key": "value",
  "another_key": "another value"
}
{% endparse_json %}

{{ payload | jwt_encode: 'HS256', 'this-is-secret' }} => 'eyJ0eXAiOiJKV1QiLCJhbGciOiJIUzI1NiJ9.eyJrZXkiOiJ2YWx1ZSIsImFub3RoZXJfa2V5IjoiYW5vdGhlciB2YWx1ZSJ9.XT8sHXyPTA9DoHzssXh1q6Uv2D1ENosW0F3Ixle85L0'
    

      {% parse_json payload %}
{
  "key": "value",
  "another_key": "another value"
}
{% endparse_json %}

{% parse_json headers %}
{
  "cty": "custom"
}
{% endparse_json %}

{{ payload | jwt_encode: 'HS256', 'this-is-secret', headers }} => 'eyJ0eXAiOiJKV1QiLCJhbGciOiJIUzI1NiIsImN0eSI6ImN1c3RvbSJ9.eyJrZXkiOiJ2YWx1ZSIsImFub3RoZXJfa2V5IjoiYW5vdGhlciB2YWx1ZSJ9.5_-LcqcbLMeswMw04UfXqDyqAEk1x-Pwi9nwGMqxHtQ'
    

      RSA:
{% capture private_key %}
-----BEGIN RSA PRIVATE KEY-----
MIIEpA...
-----END RSA PRIVATE KEY-----
{% endcapture %}
{% assign jwt_token = payload | jwt_encode: 'RS256', private_key  %}
{% comment %} Please note that storing private key as a plain text in a code is not a good idea. We suggest you
              provide the key via Partner Portal and use context.constants.<name of private key constant> instead.{% endcomment %}
    

localize (aliases: l)

Params

  • time (StringIntegerDateTime) - parsable time object to be formatted
  • format (String) - the format to be used for formatting the time; default is 'long'; other values can be used: they are taken from translations, keys are of the form 'time.formats.#!{format_name}' - default: 'long'
  • zone (String) - the time zone to be used for time - default: nil
  • now (StringIntegerDateTime) - sets the time from which operation should be performed

Returns

String, nil - formatted representation of the passed parsable time

Examples


      {{ '2010-01-01' | localize }} => 'January 01, 2010'
    

      {{ 'in 14 days' | localize: 'long', '', '2011-03-15' }} => 'March 14, 2011'
    

map

Params

  • object (Array) - array of Hash to be processed. Nulls are skipped.
  • key (String) - name of the hash key for which all values should be returned in array of objects

Returns

Array - array which includes all values for a given key

Examples


      {% assign objects = '[{"id":1,"name":"foo","label":"Foo"},{"id":2,"name":"bar","label":"Bar"}]' | parse_json %}
{{ objects | map: 'name' }} => ['foo', 'bar']
    

markdown (aliases: markdownify)

Params

  • text (String) - text using markdown syntax
  • options (String) - string representing a JSON object with options for the sanitizer - default: SANITIZE_DEFAULT
  • extra_options (String) - string representing a JSON object with additional options for the sanitizer which can override the options param; pass nil for the options param to use the default options which extra_options could then override - default: {}

Returns

String - processed text with markdown syntax changed to sanitized HTML. We allow only safe tags and attributes by default. We also automatically add `rel=nofollow` to links. Default configuration is: { "elements": ["a","abbr","b","blockquote","br","cite","code","dd","dfn","dl","dt","em","i","h1","h2","h3","h4","h5","h6","img","kbd","li","mark","ol","p","pre","q","s","samp","small","strike","strong","sub","sup","time","u","ul","var"], "attributes":{ "a": ["href"], "abbr":["title"], "blockquote":["cite"], "img":["align","alt","border","height","src","srcset","width"], "dfn":["title"], "q":["cite"], "time":["datetime","pubdate"] }, "add_attributes": { "a" : {"rel":"nofollow"} }, "protocols": { "a":{"href":["ftp","http","https","mailto","relative"]}, "blockquote": {"cite": ["http","https","relative"] }, "q": {"cite": ["http","https","relative"] }, "img": {"src": ["http","https","relative"] } } }

Examples


      {{ '**Foo**' | markdown }} => '<b>Foo</b>'
    

      {{ '**Foo**' | markdown }} => '<b>Foo</b>'
    

      {{ '# Foo' | markdown }}  => '<h1>Foo</h1>'
    

      Automatically add rel=nofollow to links
{{ '[Foo link](https://example.com)' | markdown }}  => '<p><a href="https://example.com" rel="nofollow">Foo link</a></p>'
    

      {{ '<b>Foo</b>' | markdown }}  => '<b>Foo</b>'
    

      Tags not enabled by default are removed
{{ '<div class="hello" style="font-color: red; font-size: 99px;">Foo</div>' | markdown }}  => 'Foo'
    

      Attributes not enabled by default are removed
{{ '<div class="hello" style="font-color: red; font-size: 99px;">Foo</div>' | markdown: '{ "elements": [ "div" ]  }' }}  => '<div>Foo</div>'       # @example
    

      Specify custom tags with attributes
    

      Using extra_options to override options
{% assign link1 = '[Foo link](https://example.com)' | markdown: nil, '{ "add_attributes": { "a": { "custom_attr": "custom_value", "rel": null } } }' %}
{{ link1 }} => <p><a href="https://example.com" custom_attr="custom_value">Foo link</a></p>

{% assign link2 = '[Foo link](https://example.com)' | markdown: nil, '{ "add_attributes": { "a": {} } }' %}
{{ link2 }} => <p><a href="https://example.com">Foo link</a></p>

{% assign link3 = '[Foo link](https://example.com)' | markdown: nil, '{ "add_attributes": { "a": { "custom_attr": "custom_value" } } }' %}
{{ link3 }} => <p><a href="https://example.com" rel="nofollow" custom_attr="custom_value">Foo link</a></p>

{% assign link4 = '[Foo link](https://example.com)' | markdown %}
{{ link4 }} => <p><a href="https://example.com" rel="nofollow">Foo link</a></p>
    

matches

Params

  • text (String) - string to check against the regular expression
  • regexp (String) - string representing a regular expression pattern against which to match the first parameter

Returns

Boolean - whether the given string matches the given regular expression; returns null if

Examples


      {{ 'foo' | matches: '[a-z]' }} => true
    

pad_left

Params

  • str (String) - string to pad
  • count (Number) - minimum length of output string
  • symbol (String) - string to pad with - default: ' '

Returns

String - returns string padded from left to the length of count with the symbol character

Examples


      {{ 'foo' | pad_left: 5 }} => '  foo'
    

      {{ 'Y' | pad_left: 3, 'X' }} => 'XXY'
    

parameterize

Params

  • text (String) - input string to be 'parameterized'
  • separator (String) - string to be used as separator in the output string; default is '-' - default: '-'

Returns

String - replaces special characters in a string so that it may be used as part of a 'pretty' URL; the default separator used is '-';

Examples


      {{ 'John arrived_foo' | parameterize }} => 'john-arrived_foo'
    

parse_csv (aliases: parse_csv_rc)

Params

  • input (String) - CSV
  • options (Hash) - parse csv options
    • convert_to_hash (Boolean) - Returns [Array of Objects]

Returns

Array of Arrays - Array

Examples


      {% liquid
  assign csv = "name,description\nname-1,description-1\nname-2,description-2\n"

  {{ csv | parse_csv }} => [['name', 'description'], ['name-1', 'description-1'], ['name-2', 'description-2']]
  {{ csv | parse_csv: convert_to_hash: true }} =>  [{name: 'name-1', description: 'description-1'}, {name: 'name-2', description: 'description-2'}]
%}
    

parse_json (aliases: to_hash)

Params

  • object (Untyped) - String containing valid JSON
  • options (Hash) - set to raw_text true to stop it from unescaping HTML entities - default: {}

Returns

Hash - Hash created based on JSON

Examples


      {% liquid
  assign text = '{ "name": "foo", "bar": {} }'
  assign object = text | parse_json
%}
{{ object.name }} => 'foo'
    

      {{ '{ "key": "abc &quot; def" }' | parse_json: raw_text: false }} => { "key": 'abc " def' }
    

      {{ '{ "key": "abc &quot; def" }' | parse_json: raw_text: true }} => { "key": 'abc &quot; def' }
    

parse_xml (aliases: xml_to_hash)

Params

  • xml (String) - String containing valid XML
  • options (Hash) - attr_prefix: use '@' for element attributes, force_array: always try to use arrays for child elements - default: {}

Returns

Hash - Hash created based on XML

Examples


      {% liquid
  assign text = '<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?><letter><title maxlength="10"> Quote Letter </title></letter>'
  assign object = text | parse_xml
%}
{{ object }} => '{"letter":[{"title":[{"maxlength":"10","content":" Quote Letter "}]}]}'
    

pluralize

Use either singular or plural version of a string, depending on provided count

Params

  • string (String) - string to be pluralized
  • count (Number) - optional count number based on which string will be pluralized or singularized - default: 2

Returns

String - pluralized version of the input string

Examples


      {{ 'dog' | pluralize: 1 }} => 'dog'
{{ 'dog' | pluralize: 2 }} => 'dogs'
    

pricify

Params

  • amount (NumericString) - amount to be formatted
  • currency (String) - currency to be used for formatting - default: 'USD'
  • options (Hash) - optional. Default no_cents_if_whole: true - default: {}

Returns

String - formatted price using global price formatting rules

Examples


      {{ 0 | pricify }} => $0
    

      {{ 1 | pricify }} => $1
    

      {{ 1.20 | pricify }} => $1.20
    

      {{ 1000000 | pricify }} => $1,000,000
    

      {{ 1 | pricify: "PLN" }} => 1 zł
    

      {{ 1 | pricify: "JPY" }} => ¥1
    

      {{ 1 | pricify: "USD", no_cents_if_whole: false }} => $1.00
    

pricify_cents

Adds currency symbol and proper commas. It is used to showing prices to people.

Params

  • amount (NumericString) - amount in cents to be formatted
  • currency (String) - currency to be used for formatting - default: 'USD'

Returns

String - formatted price using the global price formatting rules

Examples


      {{ 1 | pricify_cents }} => $0.01
    

      {{ 100 | pricify_cents }} => $1
    

      {{ 1000000 | pricify_cents }} => $10,000
    

      {{ 1 | pricify_cents: "PLN" }} => 0.01 zł
    

      {{ 1 | pricify_cents: "JPY" }} => ¥1
    

querify

Params

  • hash (Hash) - hash to be "querified"

Returns

String - a query string

Examples


      {{ hash }} => { 'name' => 'Dan', 'id' => 1 }
    

      {{ hash | querify }} => 'name=Dan&id=1'
    

random_string

Params

  • length (Int) - how many random characters should be included; default is 12 - default: 12

Returns

String - returns a random alphanumeric string of given length

Examples


      {{ 10 | random_string }} => '6a1ee2629'
    

raw_escape_string

Params

  • value (String) - input string to be HTML-escaped

Returns

String - HTML-escaped input string; returns a string with its HTML tags visible in the browser

Examples


      {{ 'foo<b>bar</b>' | raw_escape_string }} => 'foo&amp;lt;b&amp;gt;bar&amp;lt;/b&amp;gt;'
    

regex_matches

Params

  • text (String)
  • regexp (String) - regexp to use for matching
  • options (String) - can contain 'ixm'; i - ignore case, x - extended, m # - multiline (e.g. 'ix', 'm', 'mi' etc.) - default: ''

Returns

Array - matches for the expression in the string; each item in the array is an array containing all groups of matches; for example for the regex (.)(.) and the text 'abcdef', the result will look like: [["a", "b"], ["c", "d"], ["e", "f"]]

Examples


      To retrieve the URL from a meta tag see the example below:

{% liquid
  assign text = '<html><head><meta property="og:image" content="http://somehost.com/someimage.jpg" /></head><body>content</body></html>' | html_safe %}
  assign matches = text | regex_matches: '<meta\s+property="og:image"\s+content="([^"]+)"'
  if matches.size > 0
    assign image_path = matches[0][0]
    echo image_path
  endif
%}
    

replace_regex

Params

  • text (String)
  • regexp (String) - regexp to use for matching
  • replacement (String) - replacement text, or hash; if hash, keys in the hash must be matched texts and values their replacements
  • options (String) - can contain 'ixm'; i - ignore case, x - extended, m # - multiline (e.g. 'ix', 'm', 'mi' etc.) - default: ''
  • global (Boolean) - whether all occurrences should be replaced or just the first - default: true

Returns

String - string with regexp pattern replaced by replacement text

Examples


      Basic example:
{{ "fooooo fooo" | replace_regex: 'o+', 'o' }} => "fo fo"
    

      Global set to false:
{{ "fooooo fooo" | replace_regex: 'o+', 'o', '', false }} => "fo fooo"
    

      Hash replacement:
{% liquid
  assign hash = '{}' | parse_json
  assign hash = hash | hash_add_key: 'ooooo', 'bbbbb'
  assign hash = hash | hash_add_key: 'ooo', 'ccc'
  %}
{{ "fooooo fooo" | replace_regex: 'o+', hash }} => "fbbbbb fccc"
    

      Using options, ignore case:
{{ "FOOOOO" | replace_regex: 'o+', 'a', 'i' }} => "Fa"
{{ "FOOOOO" | replace_regex: 'o+', 'a' }} => "FOOOOO"
Using options, extended mode (insert spaces, newlines, and comments in the pattern to make it more readable):
{{ "FOOOOO" | replace_regex: 'o+ #comment', 'a', 'ix' }} => "Fa"
Using options, multiline (. matches newline):
{% capture newLine %}
{% endcapture %}
{{ "abc" | append: newLine | append: "def" | append: newLine | append: "ghi" | replace_regex: '.+', 'a', 'im' }} => "a"
    

sanitize

Params

  • input (String) - potential malicious html, which you would like to sanitize
  • options () - Options to configure which elements and attributes are allowed, example: { "elements": ["a", "b", "h1"], "attributes": { "a": ["href"] } } - default: SANITIZE_DEFAULT
  • whitelist_tags (Array) - deprecated; do not use - default: nil

Returns

String - Sanitizes HTML input. If you want to allow any HTML, use html_safe filter. By default we allow only safe html tags and attributes. We also automatically add `rel=nofollow` to links. Default configuration is: { "elements": ["a","abbr","b","blockquote","br","cite","code","dd","dfn","dl","dt","em","i","h1","h2","h3","h4","h5","h6","img","kbd","li","mark","ol","p","pre","q","s","samp","small","strike","strong","sub","sup","time","u","ul","var"], "attributes":{ "a": ["href"], "abbr":["title"], "blockquote":["cite"], "img":["align","alt","border","height","src","srcset","width"], "dfn":["title"], "q":["cite"], "time":["datetime","pubdate"] }, "add_attributes": { "a" : {"rel":"nofollow"} }, "protocols": { "a":{"href":["ftp","http","https","mailto","relative"]}, "blockquote": {"cite": ["http","https","relative"] }, "q": {"cite": ["http","https","relative"] }, "img": {"src": ["http","https","relative"] } } }

Examples


      {% capture link %}
  <a href="javascript:prompt(1)">Link</a>
{% endcapture %}
{{ link | sanitize }} => <a href="">Link</a>
{% assign whitelist_attributes = 'target' | split: '|' %}
{{ link | sanitize: whitelist_attributes }} => <a href="">Link</a>
    

scrub

Scrubs invalid characters and sequences from the input string, in the given encoding (by default UTF-8)

Params

  • text (String) - string to be scrubbed
  • source_encoding (String) - encoding of the input string, default UTF-8 - default: "UTF-8"
  • final_encoding (String) - encoding of the output string, default UTF-8 - default: "UTF-8"

Returns

String - Returns a string scrubbed of invalid characters and sequences; to be used when data is coming from external sources like APIs etc.

Examples


      {% assign scrubbed = "Hello W�orld" | scrub %}
{{ scrubbed }} => "Hello World"
    

slugify

Params

  • text (String) - input string to be 'slugified'

Returns

String - replaces special characters in a string so that it may be used as part of a 'pretty' URL;

Examples


      {{ 'John arrived_foo' | slugify }} => 'john-arrived-foo'
    

start_with

Check if string starts with given substring(s)

Params

  • string (String) - string to check if starts with any of the provided prefixes
  • prefixes (StringArray) - prefix(es) to check

Returns

Boolean - true if string starts with a prefix

Examples


      {{ 'my_example' | start_with: 'my' }} => true
    

      {{ 'my_example' | start_with: 'example' } => false
    

      {% assign prefixes = ['array', 'example'] | parse_json %}
{{ 'my_example' | start_with: prefixes } => true
    

strftime

Params

  • time (StringIntegerDateTimeDateTime) - parsable time object
  • format (String) - string representing the desired output format e.g. '%Y-%m-%d' will result in '2020-12-21' Cheatsheet: https://devhints.io/strftime
  • zone (String) - string representing the time zone - default: nil
  • now (StringIntegerDateTime) - sets the time from which operation should be performed - default: nil

Returns

String - formatted representation of the time object; the formatted representation will be based on what the format parameter specifies

Examples


      {{ '2018-05-30T09:12:34.000-07:00' | strftime: '%Y-%m-%d %H:%M' }} => 2018-05-30 09:12
    

      {% assign time = '2010-01-01 08:00' | to_time %}
{{ time | strftime: "%Y-%m-%d" }} => '2010-01-01'
    

      {{ '2018-05-30T09:12:34.000-07:00' | strftime: '%Y-%m-%d %H:%M', 'Europe/Warsaw' }} => 2018-05-30 18:12
{{ '2018-05-30T09:12:34.000-07:00' | strftime: '%Y-%m-%d %H:%M', 'America/New_York' }} => 2018-05-30 12:12
{{ '2018-05-30T09:12:34.000-07:00' | strftime: '%Y-%m-%d %H:%M', 'Sydney' }} => 2018-05-31 02:12
{{ '2018-05-30T09:12:34.000-07:00' | strftime: '%Y-%m-%d %H:%M', 'Pacific/Apia' }} => 2018-05-31 05:12
    

strip_liquid

Params

  • text (String) - text from which to strip liquid

Returns

String - input parameter without liquid

Examples


      {{ 'Hello! {% comment %}This is a comment!{% endcomment %}' | strip_liquid }} => "Hello! This is a comment!"
    

time_diff

Params

  • start (StringIntegerDateTime)
  • finish (StringIntegerDateTime)
  • unit (String) - time unit - allowed options are: d, days, h, hours, m, minutes, s, seconds, ms, milliseconds [default] - default: 'ms'
  • precision (Number) - defines rounding after comma; default is 3 - default: 3

Returns

Number - duration between start and finish in unit; default is ms (milliseconds)

Examples


      {% assign result = 'now' | time_diff: 'in 5 minutes', 'd' %}
{{ result }}
    

titleize

Params

  • text (String) - string to be processed

Returns

String - capitalizes all the words and replaces some characters in the string to create a string in title-case format

Examples


      {{ 'foo bar_zoo-xx' | titleize }} => 'Foo Bar Zoo Xx'
    

to_csv

Params

  • input (Array) - array you would like to convert to CSV
  • options (Hash) - csv options
    • row_sep (String) - Specifies the row separator; used to delimit rows.
    • col_sep (String) - Specifies the column separator; used to delimit fields.
    • quote_char (String) - Specifies the quote character; used to quote fields.
    • write_headers (Boolean) - Specifies whether headers are to be written.
    • force_quotes (Boolean) - Specifies whether each output field is to be quoted.
    • quote_empty (Boolean) - Specifies whether each empty output field is to be quoted.
    • sanitize (Boolean) - Escape special chars to prevent CSV injection attacks, default true.

Returns

String - String containing CSV. If one of the array element contains separator, this element will automatically be wrapped in double quotes.

Examples


      {% liquid
  assign arr = '' | split: ','
  assign headers = 'id,header1,header2' | split: ','
  assign row1 = '1,example,value' | split: ','
  assign row2 = '2,another,val2' | split: ','
  assign arr = arr | array_add: headers | array_add: row1 | array_add: row2
%}
{{ arr | to_csv }} => "id","header1","header2"\n1,"example","value"\n2,"another","val2"
    

      {{ arr | to_csv: force_quotes: true }} => "id","header1","header2"\n"1","example","value"\n"2","another","val2"
    

to_date

Params

  • time (StringIntegerDateTime) - parsable time object to be converted to date
  • now (StringIntegerDateTime) - sets the time from which operation should be performed

Returns

Date - a Date object obtained/parsed from the input object

Examples


      {{ '2010-01-01 8:00:00' | to_date }} => 2010-01-01
    

to_mobile_number

Params

  • number (String) - the base part of mobile number
  • country (String) - country for which country code should be used. Can be anything - full name, iso2, iso3 - default: nil

Returns

String - returns mobile number in E.164 format; recommended for sending sms notifications

Examples


      {{ '500 123 999' | to_mobile_number: 'PL' }} => '+48500123999'
    

to_positive_integer

Params

  • param (Untyped) - value to be coerced to positive integer
  • default (Number) - default value in case param is not valid positive integer

Returns

Number - number that is higher than 0

Examples


      {{ '1' | to_positive_integer: 2 }} => 1
{{ '' | to_positive_integer: 2 }} => 2
    

to_time

Params

  • time (StringIntegerDateTime) - a string representation of time ('today', '3 days ago', 'in 10 minutes' etc.) or a number in UNIX time format or time
  • zone (String) - time zone - default: nil
  • format (String) - specific format to be used when parsing time - default: nil
  • now (StringIntegerDateTime) - sets the time from which operation should be performed - default: nil

Returns

DateTime - a time object created from parsing the string representation of time given as input

Examples


      {{ 'today' | to_time }} => 2017-04-15 15:21:00
    

      {{ 'today' | to_time: 'UTC' }} => 2017-04-15 15:21:00
    

      {{ '1 day ago' | to_time }} => 2017-04-14 15:21:00
    

      {{ '5 days from now' | to_time }} => 2017-04-19 15:21:00
    

      {{ '2010:01:01' | to_time: '', '%Y:%m:%d' }} => 2010-01-01 00:00:00
    

      {{ '5 days from now' | to_time '', '', '2019-10-01' }} => 2019-10-06 00:00:00 # equivalent of {{ '2019-10-01' | add_to_time: 5, 'days' }}
    

to_xml (aliases: to_xml_rc)

Params

  • object (Hash) - hash object that will be represented as xml
  • options (Hash) - attr_prefix: use '@' for element attributes - default: {}

Returns

String - String containing XML

Examples


      {% liquid
  assign object = '{"letter":[{"title":[{"maxlength":"10","content":" Quote Letter "}]}]}' | parse_json
  assign xml = object | to_xml
%}
{{ object }} => '<letter> <title maxlength="10"> Quote Letter </title> </letter>'
    

translate (aliases: t)

Params

  • key (String) - translation key
  • options (Hash) - values passed to translation string
    • locale (Untyped) - Enforces using specified locale instead of value provided via `?language=<locale>`
    • default (Untyped) - Specifies the default for a scenario when translation is missing. If fallback not set to true, system will automatically try to load english translation first
    • fallback (String) - specify whether the system should try to fallback to english if translation is missing for the current locale

Returns

String - Translation value taken from translations YML file for the key given as parameter. The value is assumed to be html safe, please use `t_escape` if you provide unsafe argument which can potentially include malicious script.

Examples


      {{ 'beer' | translate }} => 'cerveza'
    

      {{ 'beer' | t }} => 'cerveza'
    

      {{ 'drinks.alcoholic.beer' | t }} => 'piwo'
    

      {{ 'non_existing_translation' | t: default: 'Missing', fallback: false }} => 'Missing'
    

      {{ 'user-greeting' | t: username: 'Mike' }} => 'Hello Mike!'
    

translate_escape (aliases: t_escape)

Escapes unsafe arguments passed to the translation and then returns its value

Params

  • key (String) - translation key
  • options (Hash) - values passed to translation string - default: {}

Returns

String - translation value taken from translations YML file for the key given as parameter

Examples


      en.yml
en:
  user-greeting: Hello %{username}

{{ 'user-greeting' | t_escape: username: '<script>alert("hello")</script>Mike' }}
=> will not evaluate the script, it will print out:
Hello <script>alert("hello")</script>Mike
    

type_of

Params

  • variable (Untyped) - Variable whose type you want returned

Returns

String - Type of the variable parameter

Examples


      {% assign variable_type = '{ "name": "foo", "bar": {} }' | parse_json | type_of %}
{{ variable_type }}
    

unescape_javascript

Params

  • text (String) - text to be unescaped

Returns

String - unescaped javascript text

Examples


      {% capture 'js' %}
<script>
  let variable = "\t some text\n";
  let variable2 = 'some text 2';
  let variable3 = `some text`;
  let variable4 = `We love ${variable3}.`;
  </script>
{% endcapture %}

This will return the text to its original form:
{{ js | escape_javascript | unescape_javascript }}
    

url_to_qrcode_svg

Params

  • url (String) - URL to be encoded as QR code
  • options (Hash) - optional. Defaults: color: "000", module_size: 11, shape_rendering: "crispEdges", viewbox: false
    • shape_rendering (String) - Possible options: auto | optimizeSpeed | crispEdges | geometricPrecision ; default is crispEdges
    • viewbox (Boolean) - Replace the `svg.width` and `svg.height` attribute with `svg.viewBox` to allow CSS scaling , default false
    • standalone (Boolean) - Whether to make this a full SVG file, or only an svg to embed in other svg, default true
    • svg_attributes (Hash) - An optional hash of custom <svg> attributes. Existing attributes will remain. (default {})
    • color (String) - Default is "000"
    • module_size (Number) - Default is 11

Returns

String - either `<path ...>...</path>` or `<svg ...>...</svg>` depending on standalone flag

Examples


      <svg width="319" height="319">{{ 'https://example.com' | url_to_qrcode_svg, color: '000', module_size: 11 }}</svg> => <svg width="319" height="319"><path>...</path></svg>
    

useragent

Params

  • useragent_header (String) - browser user agent from the request header

Returns

Hash - parsed browser user agent information

Examples


      {{ context.headers.HTTP_USER_AGENT | useragent }} =>
{
  "device": {"family":"Other","model":"Other","brand":null},
  "family":"Firefox",
  "os":{"version":null,"family":"Windows 7"},
  "version":{"version":"47.0","major":"47","minor":"0","patch":null}
}
    

uuid

Params

  • _dummy (String) - parameter will be ignored - default: nil

Returns

String - Universally unique identifier v4

Examples


      {{ '' | uuid }} => "2d931510-d99f-494a-8c67-87feb05e1594"

{% assign id = '' | uuid %}
{{ id }} => "b12bd15e-4da7-41a7-b673-272221049c01"
    

verify_access_key

Params

  • access_key (String) - can be obtained in Partner Portal

Returns

Boolean - check if key is valid

Examples


      {% assign access_key = '12345' %}
{{ access_key | verify_access_key }} => true
    

video_params

Params

  • url (String) - URL to a video on the internet

Returns

Hash - metadata about video

Examples


      {{ 'https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8N_tupPBtWQ' | video_params }}
=> {"provider"=>"YouTube", "url"=>"https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8N_tupPBtWQ", "video_id"=>"8N_tupPBtWQ", "embed_url"=>"https://www.youtube.com/embed/8N_tupPBtWQ", "embed_code"=>"<iframe src=\"https://www.youtube.com/embed/8N_tupPBtWQ\" frameborder=\"0\" allowfullscreen=\"allowfullscreen\"></iframe>"},
    

videoify

Params

  • url (String) - URL to a video on the internet - default: ''

Returns

String - if the given URL is supported, an HTML formatted string containing a video player (inside an iframe) which will play the video at the given URL; otherwise an empty string is returned

www_form_encode_rc

Params

  • object (Untyped) - data object

Returns

String - This generates application/x-www-form-urlencoded data defined in HTML5 from given object.

Examples


      assign object = '{"foo": "bar", "zoo": [{ "xoo": 1 }, {"xoo": 2}]}' | parse_json
assign form_data = object | www_form_encode_rc
  => "foo=bar&zoo[0][xoo]=555&zoo[1][xoo]=999",
    

array_include (aliases: is_included_in_array)

Checks if array includes element

Params

  • array (Array) - array of elements to look into
  • el (Untyped) - look for this element inside the array

Returns

Boolean - whether the array includes the element given

Examples


      {% assign elements = 'a,b,c,d' | split: ',' %}
{{ elements | array_include: 'c' }} => true
    

asset_path

Generates relative path to an asset, including `updated` query parameter

Params

  • file_path (String) - path to the asset, relative to assets directory

Returns

String - relative path to the physical file decorated with updated param to invalidate CDN cache. Always prefer asset_url,

Examples


      {{ "valid/file.jpg" | asset_path }} => /assets/valid/file.jpg?updated=1565632488
{{ "nonexistent/file.jpg" | asset_path }} => /assets/nonexistent/file.jpg
    

hash_fetch (aliases: fetch)

Params

  • hash (Hash) - input hash to be traversed
  • key (String) - key to be fetched from hash branch

Returns

Untyped

Examples


      {% parse_json users %}
[{
  "name": "Jane"
}, {
  "name": "Bob"
}]
{% endparse_json %}
{{ users | first | hash_fetch: "name" }} => "Jane"
    

new_line_to_br (aliases: nl2br)

sha1

Params

  • object (String) - input object that you want to obtain the digest for

Returns

String - SHA1 digest of the input object

Examples


      {{ 'foo' | sha1 }} => '0beec7b5ea3f0fdbc95d0dd47f3c5bc275da8a33'
    

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