01:25:35 pm on January 30, 2008 |
As I wrote in my comment on Scott’s blog:
Display pages – check
Display posts by category – check
Display page posts on mainpage – checkOh, wait … I’m seeing 2 of the items I posted to MainPage.
Isn’t the paradigm “Show only the most recent post from each contributer”?
If MainPage carries most recent posts from other pages, I think that’s pretty keen.
But I don’t understand why post #5 is being displayed. It should be bumped off by #9, if I understand the logic.
p.s. “title” data is still underutilized; I’m not suggesting it be displayed on mainpage, but since it’s handy to have for display in sidebar, I think it should be included in the post form. FWIW, of course. 😉
“Categories” are really handy for sorting, whereas “tags” are *cough* more/less kinda just fun.
RFE: Allow selection of Category in post form.
p.s.2: I just checked, and the blockquote is still in place here. It displays properly in the WYSIWYG pane. But not on the page.
RFE: Allow full display of posts’ presentation markup.
02:07:00 pm on January 29, 2008 |
What I want to see: on “main page”, most recent from each contributor; on individual pages (Show me the text!) most recent from each on that page; on categories: all posts with that tag.
And RFE: allow entry of post title in this form. (These wouldn’t be displayed on the page, but they would show up in the sidebar.)
01:33:11 pm on January 29, 2008 |
this is on place-holder
01:32:32 pm on January 29, 2008 |
this is on “about”
06:40:42 am on January 29, 2008 |
What’s Web2.0? Web3.0? What you see here is very very very much like what we used to do with teletype in Telco … “order wires” … that was early 70s! *wh000t!*
I just created a page for this blog … no sign of it. As I feared.
In my LJ I blogged about this theme
and how it should have at least a sidebar. (I’ve updated this; sidebar can be configured in Admin.)