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Too many subpages slowing down interface


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dio5

21 May 2008 at 8:11pm (Last edited: 21 May 2008 8:16pm), Community Member, 501 Posts

True, the sort order may go wrong, but for something like a blog/news this isn't important as you'll always want them in a date-order.

Also, it's not that difficult now to build in an extra field in SiteTree in which you can set an 'order' filter.

Note that what I'm doing here, doesn't influence the frontend site (at least not for me :) ), and when you leave it at '0' it won't do anything and keep the normal order.

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zyko

21 May 2008 at 8:19pm Community Member, 66 Posts

jepp,
only wanted to ensure, that you don't overlook this thing...
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Helmut

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banal

19 September 2008 at 9:45pm Community Member, 901 Posts

I'm in need for a good solution to the "many subpages" problem as well. Hopefully this will be addressed in 2.3.
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