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In my article form, I put
And in the article, I put [page] where I want it to break.
textpattern.org :: find and share Textpattern resources
textpattern.net :: TextBook – Textpattern wiki
I have a problem with this, as seen here (in Spanish, I’m afraid): the “next page” link on the first page will take me to “page 1” (but I’m already in page 1, of course).
I realize I must be doing something wrong. Anyone knows what that is?
Last edited by chumbacca (2004-08-28 12:30:37)
I don’t think you are doing something wrong, unless nimnix is doing the same. His next link is going to page 1 as well.
Wel, then we have a problem, don’t we?
Looks like DarkWulf has abandoned his plugin…?
I would like to learn the solution to chumbacca’s problem too!
has anyone found a solution yet? :)
Oops. Sorry, I don’t come here very often…
I’ll try to get a fix sometime “soonish”. Sorry about the wait.
Ok, sorry about the long lag here… Basically I rewrote chunks of textpattern’s publish.php, and one of the side effects was that my install initializes alot of variables, which normally weren’t.
Nuff said, heres the fix: HFW_PG_*
Last edited by DarkWulf (2004-12-25 02:22:45)
I’ve already hacked my publish.php and I’m willing to hack it more for the sake of valid XHTML. So, please, release your hack.