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How to check if there is a user is loggedin? Normaly you do this like:

if ( is_user_logged_in() ) { // do something }

but how you do this within a Timber template? some thing like?:

{% if userloggedin %} //do somthing {% endif %}

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    I am not familiar with Timber but can't you pass a boolean variable inside your template? Like $context['userLoggedIn'] = is_user_logged_in(); Timber::render('index.twig', $context); – Laxmana Feb 21 '17 at 11:03
  • Also a good idea. The benefit of the user object is that all user related stuff is available – Maarten Heideman Feb 21 '17 at 11:22
  • I agree, it is better to use the user object. I don't know how Timber works so I didn't know the existence of user object :) – Laxmana Feb 21 '17 at 11:23
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Found it already, to do this you can use the 'user' object:

{% if user %} Hello {{ user.user_nicename }} {% else %} you are not loggedin {% endif %}

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Just to elaborate, an alternative is:

{% if function( 'is_user_loggged_in') %}
... your logged in code here
{% endif %}

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