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#97 2005-03-01 23:50:21

zoeglingjulian
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Re: [plugin] [ORPHAN] rss_suparchive - article archive list

Still running rc1 with rss_suparchive 0.8

Don’t know if it’s a bug, but I wrote an article on March 2nd at 0:25 o’clock, but it gets displayed under “March 1st” http://www.julianstahnke.de/archiv (“Werder hat sich warmgespielt”). If you click on the article, you’ll see the correct date.

I assume this must be because off the time offset somehow (I set it to +1). It seems to me it is ignored in your plugin? Or could it be something else?

Last edited by zoeglingjulian (2005-03-01 23:51:09)

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#98 2005-03-02 00:29:44

wilshire
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Re: [plugin] [ORPHAN] rss_suparchive - article archive list

Yeah, most likely has something to do with the time offset. This is taken into consideration in the latest version so if its still a problem when you move to RC3 let me know.

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#99 2005-03-03 14:04:05

wilshire
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Re: [plugin] [ORPHAN] rss_suparchive - article archive list

Version 0.11

  • Added showexcerpt to suparchive.
  • Added filtering by global category (if set) to suparchive_bycat.
  • Added linktosection to suparchive_bycat.
  • Added sortby to suparchive to allow for sorting by date or randomly.

rss_suparchive

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#100 2005-03-03 15:39:11

alicson
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Re: [plugin] [ORPHAN] rss_suparchive - article archive list

Rob, you are a wonderful wonderful good human being.

That withstanding, is it true that your ‘sortby random’ feature is available only for RC3?

thanks again


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#101 2005-03-03 15:43:25

wilshire
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Re: [plugin] [ORPHAN] rss_suparchive - article archive list

Unfortunately yes it is due to the changes in the URL schemes in RC3.

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#102 2005-03-04 16:00:41

jakob
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Re: [plugin] [ORPHAN] rss_suparchive - article archive list

Rob, a truly multi-talented plug-in, really useful in many a situation.

I seem to have come up against one I can’t solve:
listing articles by category and subcategory using supaarchive_bycat like so:

<pre>
category 1 (link)
category 2 (link)
- subcategory 2a (link) – item (link) – item (link) – item (link)
- subcategory 2b (link) – item (link) – item (link) – item (link)
</pre>

When I try this categories and subcategories are listed beneath one another at the same hierarchical level.

Is that possible or do I have to use repeated supaarchive tags to list only the articles in each, then hard-coded, subcategory? Or can it be combined with stw_categorytree?

I’d also love to have the option to have the url-title appear instead of the title. The situation is a navigation submenu where the article titles are very long but for easy linking I have set short url_title manually. The short titles would be ideal for the menu items.

I’ve played with both adapting the sources of stw_category_tree and dca_articles-by-category but my coding knowledge is only elementary.

Last edited by jakob (2005-03-04 16:05:08)


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#103 2005-03-15 23:52:01

aesop1
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Registered: 2004-09-19
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Re: [plugin] [ORPHAN] rss_suparchive - article archive list

Support for messy urls with rss_suparchive_menu? Mine only displays clean.

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#104 2005-03-16 19:46:18

wilshire
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Re: [plugin] [ORPHAN] rss_suparchive - article archive list

jakob – I don’t know that you could do what you’re trying. The plugin really doesn’t have any notion of the category hierarchy. It just deals with them all on the same level. As far as url-title goes, I think the intent was to use it if its set so if its not showing up its probably a small bug.

aesop1 – No support for messy URLs in the menu. You mean something like /?y=2005&m=10

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#105 2005-03-17 04:43:06

aesop1
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Re: [plugin] [ORPHAN] rss_suparchive - article archive list

Yeah. Ah well. Great plugin though, thanks.

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#106 2005-03-22 02:15:57

mkarolow
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Re: [plugin] [ORPHAN] rss_suparchive - article archive list

I think I might be using the plugin for somthing it wasn’t designed for. I loved that it output a dl with the dates as dt, so I used it inplace of a recent articles plugin. So when on the news section, you see upcoming events. When on events, you see recent news.

The problem is that I put it into a sidebar, and when on a single article page, all output disapears. Any thoughts?

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#107 2005-03-22 02:30:53

wilshire
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Re: [plugin] [ORPHAN] rss_suparchive - article archive list

Can you post the tag you’re using to call the plugin?

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#108 2005-03-22 02:52:03

mkarolow
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Re: [plugin] [ORPHAN] rss_suparchive - article archive list

This is the top part of the form:

<pre>
<!— Sidebar Form Outputs different boxes, based on section —>

<div id=“side-top”>&nbsp;</div>
<div id=“side-content”>

<!— Recent News box —>
<txp:mdn_if_section section=“about, events”>
<h2>Recent News</h2>
<txp:rss_suparchive section=“news” limit=“3” />
<p><txp:mdn_sectionlink section=“news”>Browse all News</txp:mdn_sectionlink></p>
</txp:mdn_if_section>

<!— Upcoming Events box —>
<txp:mdn_if_section section=“about, news”>
<h2>Upcoming Events</h2>
<txp:rss_suparchive section=“events” limit=“3” timeframe=“FUTURE” />
<p><txp:mdn_sectionlink section=“events”>Browse all Events</txp:mdn_sectionlink></p>
</txp:mdn_if_section>
</pre>

The h2 is output, so I know the ifs are working.

Last edited by mkarolow (2005-03-22 02:54:13)

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