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25 July 2007 at 12:29am
Love SS so far !
My client is currently filling his site and asks why he cannot publish the entire site with the press of one button.
When initially filling the site with content this might actually be a handy feature.
25 July 2007 at 2:34am
If you visit admin/publishall you can do this.
But it's a bit hidden.
I believe that bulk-publish features are being considered - similar to the bulk delete - but I'm not sure where this is at. I think it's "on the list" :-P
Google Summer of Code Hacker
25 July 2007 at 11:30am
> I believe that bulk-publish features are being considered - similar to the bulk delete - but I'm not sure where this is at. I think it's "on the list" :-P
I plan to work on implementing the stuff outlined here after I finish work on Newsletter bounce handling: http://www.silverstripe.com/google-summer-of-code-forum/flat/1636?showPost=1859#post1859
It's on my To Do list here: http://support.silverstripe.com/gsoc/wiki/GSoc07UsabilityElijah
24 September 2007 at 11:50am
Hello there!! congratulations for the cms 2007 nomination! It's a very nice job that you'r doing. I'm evaluating this cms for my websites.. I like the simplicity.
I wonder if the publish all is steel in progress.. It's a very good thing to have, more if you have a lot of pages!..Other question how can i do secondary menus??
24 September 2007 at 12:09pm
I wonder if the publish all is steel in progress
like sam said, visit /admin/publishall to publish all the pages.
Other question how can i do secondary menus
In the cms just click the top level page you would like the sub menu under ( eg the About Us page) and create a page or whatever you want. If you are using the BlackCandy theme it will automatically create the secondary menu on the left.
Core Development Team
25 September 2007 at 1:32am
'publishall' will come in ss v2.2; the code in progress is already available in subversion
25 September 2007 at 1:36am
thanks!! I really like your work guys . A question.. all the languages references comes from the en.js inside of the many lang files? I'm tryn to translate the cms into spanish!
Core Development Team
25 September 2007 at 1:44am Last edited: 25 September 2007 1:45am
Holler out to Bernat, as he's already done some translation work...
Again, this is in the upcoming 2.2 release that is available with SVN (or at http://dailybuilds.silverstripe.com)
Thanks for the compliments ... cool to see people in Argentina using SS
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