BlogCFC Fix Released

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A very minor BlogCFC fix has been released. Mark Denderson noted a double closing TR tag in the calendar pod. The bug occured when the last day of the month fell on a Saturday. So... honestly... this isn't my fault. I place full blame on April.

Anyway, you can download the latest build from the tools pod on the right. The only file that changed (besides the readme) is the calendar pod.

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Comment 1 by tonyoftheweegclan posted on 4/18/2005 at 8:44 PM

ray ray...
(sounds like a character from fat albert)

do you have a fix in mind for "quotes" showing up wrong in comments?

just wondering

also, "johnny usability" is making another request to rearrange the cancel/post buttons :)

Comment 2 by Raphael Anzenberger posted on 4/27/2005 at 2:24 PM


In blog.cfc, you have a logic in place -- I believe -- that filters out blog entries according to a date range, to show only active entries. For instance, on our blog, we have entries falling into the Archive section and because we don't have more recent entries, the blog loads saying that there is no blog available.

Where can I modify the criteria in your code so that I can show older blog entries? I found a place to do so, but I am afraid that I might break the code somewhere else...

Thanks for taking the time to respond to this query.

Take care,


Comment 3 by Raymond Camden posted on 4/27/2005 at 6:10 PM

The default mode uses two filters:

<!--- For default view, limit by date and max entries --->
<cfset params.lastXDays = 30>
<cfset params.maxEntries = 25>

What you care about is the lastXDays - this prevents entries more than 30 days old from showing up. You can completely remove this line. The maxEntries will still work to prevent too many entries from showing up.

Comment 4 by DJ posted on 5/3/2005 at 2:30 PM

I downloaded your wonderful blog tool today and installed everything on a CF7 machine following your install instruction and I'm getting the following error:

MSACCESS is not a supported value (MSACCESS,MYSQL,MSSQL)

The error occurred in...

I read your comments on the other posts and I'm confused about how to restructure the access database using the mysql.sql schema. Any ideas or suggestions?

Comment 5 by Raymond Camden posted on 5/3/2005 at 5:56 PM

Just an FYI - I'm still out of town so it may be a day or so before I can respond.