Content dependent markup in Umbraco using Razor

With Razor being so easy to use in Umbraco now, I thought I might try out a simple if statement to hide markup that wraps around non mandatory content.

Took a couple of attempts but it was fairly easy to do and works well.

<umbraco:Macro runat=”server” language=”cshtml”>

            @if (@Model.aboutMeImage.ToString() != string.Empty)

            {

                <h6>About Me</h6>

                <img src=”@Model.aboutMeImage” />

            }

</umbraco:Macro>
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Alan Feekery

Developer, Gamer, Musician, Cyclist and big Motorsport fan... enjoys the odd cup of coffee :)

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