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Module Discussions

Version 4.2.4
Last Post 9/27/2010 01:38 PM by David O'Leary. 2 Replies.
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David O'Leary
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8/04/2010 12:05 AM
    Features:
    -Import From RSS - This release includes a great new feature that makes it easy to create articles from external RSS Feeds. If you've ever wanted to pick and choose favorite articles from other sites and let people discuss them on your site, now you can!
    -Templates can now be specified in the URL to override the Template selected in Settings.

    Fixes:
    -Improvements to the Full Details List Template (the Full Details template shows both the description and Details in the ListView).
    -Updated to use the current version of DNN's SendMail function
    -Fixed issue where RemoveTrailingBreaks wasn't working properly for templates that used a Repeater instead of a DataList
    -Fixed bug in the RSS Feed that occurred if the Module Title included an ampersand

    Enhancements:
    -Updated Most List templates to use Flow layout instead of Table Layout for cleaner rendering.
    -XHTML Validation Improvements
    -Continued Code Cleanup
    boinac
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    9/09/2010 07:50 AM
    Hi, David, I need your help in some questions:
    1) I have the version 4.2.0 we have any way to republish old articles entered, basically I need to add a new module in other page and publish an article already created without need to "add new" one (re-writte again the content)
    2) I found an issue in the "Categories" module definition instance when you already has installed the module: CodingStaff BLOG Machine because they have a categories module instance too. to inprove that what do you think if you change the instance name as: EF_Categories or something like that.

    Can you help me on that? please let me know,

    Thanks a lot!
    David O'Leary
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    9/27/2010 01:38 PM
    Boinac,
    Accomplishing your first question could be easily handled through some SQL scripts. We could do that for you on an hourly rate (I would guess it'd take around 30 minutes).

    For your 2nd question, our plan is to begin to use DNN's Taxonomy functionality when possible. This might be the best resolution for you.
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