BlogCFC 3.6.4

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So, after two or three updates to the stats page, it still wasn't right. Rob found another bug in it involving multiple blogs. This should be corrected now. Rob also had another good idea - he noticed that none of my blog pages have titles, except for the blog name itself. I've updated the layout page to show a specific title for category pages and for specific entry links.

There was also a bug with the calendar pod when viewing the stats page. This has been corrected.

So - 3.6.4 - enjoy!

Oh - and I've had more than one person ask about hour offset support (basically, making the blog offset the times of entries/comments). I do have code that was submitted to me (thanks!) but I haven't had time to investigate it yet. This feature is going to happen.

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Archived Comments

Comment 1 by tony of the weeg clan posted on 4/6/2005 at 9:48 AM

hour offset support? for what? daylight savings time?


Comment 2 by tony of the weeg clan posted on 4/6/2005 at 9:49 AM

also, i think that usability experts might suggest that the post button be before the Cancel button in the taborder....

whatcha think?


Comment 3 by Raymond Camden posted on 4/6/2005 at 4:19 PM

Hour offset: Server time is timezone X. You live in timezone Y. The feature would allow you to add an offset to all posts, and comments, so the times use your timezome.

tab: I'll try to get that in the next release.

Comment 4 by Peter J. Farrell posted on 4/6/2005 at 8:45 PM

I agree with Tony about the 'cancel' button in the create entry popup...I've lost many a post due to my needing to go right instead of left.

Maybe adding an onClick would help... I'll come up with the code for you Ray.


P.s. Ughh...I nearly pressed 'cancel' instead of post because I've been brain washed to go left now.... ;-)

Comment 5 by Peter J. Farrell posted on 4/6/2005 at 9:12 PM

Here's the link to the JS I came up with on Ray's forum: