This tag will create an incrementing index for you. Each time the tag is parsed it will increment its value by one.


Let’s assume we have a loop_of_6 variable (or tag pair) that has 6 items in it and we’d like to track an independent counter. Maybe we’ve encountered a scoping challenge with the native indexes, or perhaps that’s being overridden in some other way (aka The Curse of Nested Loops™).

Enter {{ increment }} to save the day!

With {{ increment }} you can have multiple counters going at different times and also customize the number you want to start from and the amount to increment by.

{{ loop_of_6 }}
    {{ increment }}
{{ /loop_of_6 }}

<!-- Break -->

{{ loop_of_6 }}
    {{ increment:two from="10" by="2" }}
{{ /loop_of_6 }}
0 1 2 3 4 5

<!-- Break -->

10 12 14 16 18 20

Multiple Instances

As seen in the example above, you can have multiple counter instances by passing the tag a unique name. Feel free to use as many as you’d like, giving each its very own name.



integer default 0

Pass a number you'd like to start incrementing from.


integer default 1

Pass a number you'd like to increment by.

Last modified on September 4, 2018