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i’m very confused about this whole plugin thing, but i’m limiting myself to one question: does it matter what url setting i have? i have it set on section/id/title and i’m wondering if that’s one of the reasons i can’t get this plugin to work. does it have to be set on year/month/day/title?
You don’t have to use date based URLs for the plugin to work. It will work with section/id/title.
Just create a page, and place a call to the plugin on the page. Here are some example usages that will give you an idea of different ways to call the plugin.
Last edited by wilshire (2006-01-07 03:59:11)
I have a query separate from my last post:
I chose the rss_suparchive plugin for my events listing page because I saw you could specify timeframe=”PAST”
But would I also like to limit the timeframe of past events to the current year.
Some people are never satisfied eh?
Is it possible with this plugin? Or can anyone suggest another way?
The latest version that will work on my site is v0.08. Actually that’s the last one that I have a copy of. I’ve used later versions that worked fine but I think around 12 or 13, the plugin broke on my site.
With v0.15 and v0.14 for sure, no archives were output on my staff pages for each writer. These are actually setup as section archives, not author archives. Now, with v0.16, any link I click for an article goes to that articles catagory page instead of the article page. I’m getting the same results with all other plugins turned off.
I’ve reverted to v0.08 because I figure if it ain’t broke, I’m not trying hard enough but I’d really like to take advantage of the new features.
Here’s the code that I am using in the ARTICLE.
<txp:rss_suparchive section=“theffelfinger,md” dateformat=“F Y” addbreak=”0” showsubdate=“1” subdateformat=“F j” />
pieman – There’s no way to limit only to the current year. If you wanted to do that you’d have to modify the query that selects which articles to display.
RenJonsin – I assume the html entities in the example above are just from cutting and pasting. Otherwise, I’m not sure what the problem could be. That’s almost identical to the way I use it. What version of TXP are you running?
I’m using version 4.0.3 but since you pointed out the html entities, I retyped my code but still had the same result.
Also, I deleted version 08 this time instead of just installing the new version over it and now I don’t have the problem with the article links going to category pages.
So now the only problem I am having is the archive is not printing out.
Sencer just found out that rss_suparchive interferes with
<txp:file_download_link> and doesn’t allow it to work. It is reported in this thread.
Could you take a look at this problem? Thanks.
Last edited by tinyfly (2006-01-09 16:02:02)
Ok, version 0.16.1 is available for download now and it should alleviate the file download problem.