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Matching one URL segments always works fine but is possible to match more than one?

For example this works:

{if segment_2 == "page"}nav-expanded nav-active{/if}

But this does not:

{if segment_2 == "page1" OR "page2"}nav-expanded nav-active{/if}

I tried all operators and conditionals possible and nothing works for me from the official docs here: https://docs.expressionengine.com/latest/templates/conditionals.htm

I need to match more than one page (not at the same time) but no operators I test like equal, or, and seems to work with segments. I'm trying to avoid having to create a whole new {if segment_2} for every single sub-menu page

Maybe this is not possible?

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I would use this to check multiple pages:

{if "page1|page2" *= segment_2} active {/if}
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    While the other solutions also work, this is the correct answer. I don't want to keep adding segment_2 for each page, but just once and specify the pages to match. Your code is the clean short solution to this. Thank you! – nibb11 Aug 15 '18 at 8:06
  • You are most welcome. This is actually contains key *= – Mufi - Amici Infotech Aug 15 '18 at 11:04
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You can try below code.

{if segment_2 == "page1" || segment_2 == "page2"} nav-expanded nav-active {/if}

I hope this will works for you.

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  • I tried this before posting here. || is basically the same operator as OR, I think I don't use segment_2 twice but I will test this again. – nibb11 Aug 15 '18 at 7:29
  • You can use segment_2 twice in if condition, there is no problem with that. I am sure this will definitely works for you. – Harsh Barach Aug 15 '18 at 7:53
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Try

{if segment_2 == "page1" OR  segment_2 == "page2" }nav-expanded nav-active{/if}
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