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The rss_suparchive by default gets articles that are in the section “article”. If you’re articles aren’t in a section called article you need to specify something in the section=”“ attribute or you won’t get any results.
If thats not the problem feel free to send some code.
That was it! I didn’t think about that because there was no section tag in the example I wanted to use.
I knew it was something obvious. Thanks very much for your help, and for the great plugin.
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I doesn’t validate anyway, because of the IDs starting with a number. Check it out.
> wilshire wrote:
> Now I gotcha. The display of some kind of date header isn’t something that can be turned off as of now. It wouldn’t be that bad to add a way to turn it off but I don’t know what that would do in terms of validation. Since its a definition list, removing the date display would leave the list without a <code><dt></code> tag which may or may not validate. I’m not really sure on that.
Is it a way with this plugin to list the sections (or some sections) then, in each section, list the articles organised by date ?
The plugin itself wont list multiple sections separately. If you want to do that, just place multiple calls to the plugin tag on your page. Thats how I did my archive page so I could list articles and photos separately.
Thanks wilshire !
The rss_suparchive is now updated for use with 1.0 RC3. There was only 1 functional addition to the plugin. The rest of the changes included minor bug fixes.
The download includes the 0.8 version for pre-RC3 use and the 0.9 version for RC3 ONLY.
Thanks for a great plugin wilshire!