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7 January 2009 at 11:34am
I've just noticed that in blog-0.2.0-rc1 the blog post request is rendered by the Page.ss template (this is done by the call to "return $page->renderWith('Page')" in the "post()" function in 'BlogHolder.php'). In blog-v0.1, posts were rendered by BlogHolder_post.ss. Intuitively I would think that having a separate template for post requests would make it easier for people to customize them. Perhaps the simplest solution would be to use the BlogHolder.ss template (just return "$page" in "post()") and disambiguate post requests through "<% if isPost %>" in the template. What do you think?
In general I can live with any solution, I just would like to know which most likely will be the implementation in the final blog-0.2.0.
5 February 2009 at 1:41pm
In v0.1, the address to a post is simply its name; there are no subdirectories in the address. If your blog is located at http://site.com/blog/ and you post an entry titled "mypost," then you should be accessing the entry at http://site.com/mypost, not http://site.com/blog/mypost/. I don't know if this has changed in v0.2, but SilverStripe appears to be very consistent in only having top-level addresses. Could this be your problem?
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