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#37 2012-04-03 06:50:07

Destry
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Re: TXP Magazine rises

oof

(The horrible eye pollution is now linked too, not embedded. Don’t make me bring it back.)

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#38 2012-04-03 08:39:48

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Re: TXP Magazine rises

I’m following the arguments but I refrain to pose an opinion. What’s important is the content and on http://txpmag.com/historical/battling-depression the first 3 paragraphs repeat themselves further down.


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#39 2012-04-03 08:50:19

Destry
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Re: TXP Magazine rises

@colak: Thanks for the heads-up.

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#40 2012-04-03 09:03:35

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Re: TXP Magazine rises

colak wrote:

on http://txpmag.com/historical/battling-depression the first 3 paragraphs repeat themselves further down.

That’s because the excerpt in that article contains a copy of the first three paragraphs of the body and we’re now displaying both exceprt and body in the article itself, whereas the previous mag didn’t. Guess we should remove the last 3 paragraphs of the excerpt, thanks!

EDIT: Looks like Destry has done it. Cool.

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#41 2012-04-03 09:41:07

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Re: TXP Magazine rises

Also… Shouldn’t the mag be included in the network links in the forum?


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#42 2012-04-03 09:43:40

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Re: TXP Magazine rises

colak wrote:

Also… Shouldn’t the mag be included in the network links in the forum?

Yes. I asked in the opening post. Not sure if it’s something I can do as I don’t know how that bit is created.


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#43 2012-04-03 09:56:41

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Re: TXP Magazine rises

Bloke wrote:

Yes. I asked in the opening post. Not sure if it’s something I can do as I don’t know how that bit is created.

If you have access to the ftp it should be somewhere on forum>include>template

That is where the templates are stored on punBB and I’m sure that FluxBB is similar.

txp home page should also include a link too:)

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#44 2012-04-03 10:29:44

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Re: TXP Magazine rises

colak wrote:

If you have access to the ftp

Ummmm… not sure I do. Don’t know which server the forum is on. Suppose I could find out and have a poke around: I’ll never learn otherwise! Thanks for the pointer.


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#45 2012-06-01 08:55:25

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#46 2012-06-01 10:00:06

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Re: TXP Magazine rises

Bloke wrote:

Psssst, Issue 2 :-)

reads well:)


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#47 2012-06-01 10:22:11

net-carver
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Re: TXP Magazine rises

Congrats to the team for issue 2 — very nicely put together and the content is great. Very impressed.


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#48 2012-06-01 15:40:16

mrdale
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Re: TXP Magazine rises

Nice. Things are really looking up!

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