testing BlogCFC 5.9.1

by John Wilker in Random

just making sure that everythign is working right.

[more/]

fingers crossed!


10 Responses to “testing BlogCFC 5.9.1”

  1. john w says:

    test comment

  2. Let me know if you run into any problems.

  3. Brad Wood says:

    I'm getting a JavaScript error. Check into this line of code:
    <script src="includes/swfobject_modified.js" type="text/javascript"></script>
    which is on line 41 in the source of this page. It is a relative URL, but that won't work with your SES URL's. Note: it isn't returning a 404– it's returning HTML saying that blog entry can't be found.

    The <more/> will work if you put it in, but if you are using an RTE, you will need to switch over to code view or it will just be inserting <more/> and that won't do you any good.

  4. john wilker says:

    So far so good, <more/> still no worky for me :(

    but otherwise 2 out of 3 blogs updated flawlessly.

  5. I see [more/] above, which isn’t right of course. You need to use < and >. If you used a rich text editor instead of the default textarea, it may be the RTE conflicting.

  6. john wilker says:

    @ray,

    Yeah I tried, < > and [ ]. yeah using an RTE. it’s never worked for me, so it’s no biggy that it still doesn’t.

  7. Brad Wood says:

    I'm getting a JavaScript error. Check into this line of code:
    <script src="includes/swfobject_modified.js" type="text/javascript"></script>
    which is on line 41 in the source of this page. It is a relative URL, but that won't work with your SES URL's. Note: it isn't returning a 404– it's returning HTML saying that blog entry can't be found.

    The <more/> will work if you put it in, but if you are using an RTE, you will need to switch over to code view or it will just be inserting &lt;more/&gt; and that won't do you any good.

  8. john wilker says:

    @ray,

    Yeah I tried, &lt; &gt; and [ ]. yeah using an RTE. it's never worked for me, so it's no biggy that it still doesn't.

  9. Raymond Camden says:

    I see [more/] above, which isn't right of course. You need to use &lt; and &gt;. If you used a rich text editor instead of the default textarea, it may be the RTE conflicting.

  10. john wilker says:

    So far so good, &lt;more/&gt; still no worky for me :(

    but otherwise 2 out of 3 blogs updated flawlessly.

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