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Devel0per

Community Member, 5 Posts

14 December 2010 at 8:07pm

u can add given below function to ur "sapphire/core/model/fieldtypes/Text.php

function CustomWordCount($numWords = 30, $add = '...') {
$this->value = strip_tags($this->value);
$ret = explode(' ', $this->value, $numWords + 1);

if(count($ret) <= $numWords - 1) {
$ret = $this->value;
} else {
array_pop($ret);
$ret = implode(' ', $ret) . $add;
}
return $ret;
}

and then in .ss file call,
$Content.CustomWordCount

i hope it will work for u.

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Johan

Community Member, 49 Posts

14 January 2011 at 12:06am

Edited: 14/01/2011 12:08am

This is new I think.

I see this in "sapphire/core/model/fieldtypes/Text.php"

/**
* Limit this field's content by a number of words.
* CAUTION: This is not XML safe. Please use
* {@link LimitWordCountXML()} instead.
*
* @param int $numWords Number of words to limit by
* @param string $add Ellipsis to add to the end of truncated string
* @return string
*/
function LimitWordCount($numWords = 26, $add = '...') {
$this->value = trim(Convert::xml2raw($this->value));
$ret = explode(' ', $this->value, $numWords + 1);

if(count($ret) <= $numWords - 1) {
$ret = $this->value;
} else {
array_pop($ret);
$ret = implode(' ', $ret) . $add;
}

return $ret;
}

So add $Content.LimitWordCount to the .ss file for 26 words or add $Content.LimitWordCount(10) to change the amount of words.

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