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#31 2020-05-29 08:19:05

jakob
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Re: Complex Pagination using Newer/Older with Shift

philwareham wrote #323392:

Note to self: we should write a blog article for this once Textpattern 4.8.1 ships – detailing Michael’s original code and the other updates from all here. Very handy!

Maybe I can ask Michael to incorporate these in a new article for txptips?


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#32 2020-05-29 08:20:45

philwareham
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Re: Complex Pagination using Newer/Older with Shift

jakob wrote #323394:

Maybe I can ask Michael to incorporate these in a new article for txptips?

OK, sure – that makes sense. Basically as long as the solution is detailed somewhere that’s helpful for future reference (things in the forum get a bit buried after a few months, naturally).

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#33 2020-05-29 08:28:17

Bloke
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Re: Complex Pagination using Newer/Older with Shift

Slightly OT but I was thinking of starting a series of short blog articles on .com prefixed with Feature focus:. I penned one yesterday (currently draft) on pageless sections and a little mention of the multi-edit tool’s ability to set them.

If anybody would like to write or propose an article for this series that focuses on a particular aspect of 4.8.x then please drop it to one of us. It could go hand-in-hand with a txptip.


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#34 2020-05-29 13:06:16

michaelkpate
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Re: Complex Pagination using Newer/Older with Shift

jakob wrote #323394:

Maybe I can ask Michael to incorporate these in a new article for txptips?

I will try to whip something up this weekend. I’ve been following the discussion.

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