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I think the {parents} tag is what you're looking for. Where other articles are essentially "pointing" to this one, you should be able to do something like: <h2>Also available in:</h2> <ul> {parents field="original_article_relationship_field_name"} <li><a href="{parents:url_title}">{parents:language}</a></li> {/...


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You'll need the name of the relationship field on your parent entries. Instead of using static_parent_page == 0, try a namespaced no_results. {exp:channel:entries channel="static" sort="asc" offset="1" dynamic="off"} {static_parent_page} {if static_parent_page:no_results} <li> <a class="active" href="{url_title_path=static/...


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I think Low Search might do what you want: http://gotolow.com/addons/low-search/docs/tags#form-tag-relationships


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This is easy using Low Search and its Relationships filter. You don't necessarily need a search form, as you can use the Results tag as a drop-in replacement for the channel:entries tag. Then you can use this parameter: {exp:low_search:results child:rel_field="1|2|3"} ...which will give you all entries that have entry ID 1, 2 or 3 assigned to them as a ...


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All you should need is this. Assuming "parents" is the name of the relationship field in the Clinic channel. ref https://docs.expressionengine.com/latest/fieldtypes/relationships.html#accessing-children {parents} <div class="show"> <strong>{parents:title}</strong> <div class="what">{parents:member_lastname}</div> <div class="...


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You should be able to get the count of the movie within the person_film_list relationship field by going one step further in your relationship drill down. When you get to the parent entry, add in a (child) relationship tag pair for the person_film_list field: {!-- a movie entry --} {exp:channel:entries channel="MOVIES" dynamic="no" entry_id="...


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Would the {exp:playa:parents} tag do the trick? Essentially your looking for all of the entries (parents) which have a team member set to be the author. You could loop over your team members (or potentially one member, if it's the member permalink page) and then use the {exp:playa:parents} tag to pull your specific articles. The parents tag also supports ...


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Not tested, but this should work. We're checking to see if each fruit has parents, and if it doesn't, then we display it (and any child fruits). It would be helpful if the fieldtype had something like Playa's :total_parents and :total_children tags, but it doesn't (which is one of the many reasons I still use Playa). <ul> {if '{parents field="...


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