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when I submit a form with some errors Textpattern displays me the list of errors. But if I submit again the same form looks like this:
<form id="txpCommentInputForm" method="post" action="/favicon.ico#cpreview"> </form>
Why Textpattern search for favicon.ico?
Hi Eduardo, I’ve been thinking about this since you posted it elsewhere on the forum, because I vaguely remembered it being mentioned before. Now I found it, and it turns out it was actually me who had the problem ;)
Try moving the favicon.ico out of the root directory (for instance to /images/). See my post here and the next one :)
Do you have a link to the site? I promise I won’t really send a message, I just like to see what happens.
i have build a website with two languages german (de-de) and english (en-gb). every time i clone and save articles for each language the following message appears underneath:
Warning: You have an error in your SQL syntax; check the manual that corresponds to your MySQL server version for the right syntax to use near ‘’ at line 1 select * from l10n_articles where `ID`= in /homepages/28/d126913799/htdocs/textpattern/lib/txplib_db.php on line 113
what happens now, is that only the english articles disappear. the only really unhandy solution i have found so far is to delete and re-enter the languages in the mlp preferences every time i create articles. after doing so the english articles re-appear.
does someone know how i can get rid of this problem?
txp 4.4.1 (r3575)
txp 4.4.1 (r3575)
Just a small question, I am using rss_auto_excerpt and within this is a hardcoded ‘keep reading …’ which as a temporary measure I have changed to
‘linktext’ => ‘more/más/mehr…’,
but I was wondering if there is any way to include a snippet within the code so I don’t have to add other languages and can have just the correct language one displayed.
Can’t you use the attribute