On Sun, Jan 23, 2011 at 3:19 PM, David Nelson <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
@Christian: I can't get the About Us page to work as a widget page
with the TDF Planet feed.
Well - you didn't add the feed, but instead you replaced the existing
feed, in effect changing the feed on the main-frontpage, this probably
wasn't intended, was it?
I tried to remove the Twitter widget, but it won't go away.
Yes, you/ivan were hardcoding it in the template...
I tried to add the feed from:
No, you didn't add it, but you changed the TDF one to the planet feed.
To add another feed configuration, you would have to actually use the
but it won't display...
Because you didn't select it - the checkbox in front of the entry is
Also you removed the twitter configuration. this makes the fix below
harder, as I have to add it back.
The rss and twitter feeds on the page are *not* per-page. This is just
like files in assets, they are available for all "Widget Pages", so
don't just delete entries, but rather /add/ new ones unless you know
that the entry is not used by any other page.
Any chance you could fix that for us?
I'd rather teach you for the future :-))
I can fix the twitter issue, in that it will only display if a twitter
entry is selected (note, that the twitter widget configuration is
ignored, as the twitter stuff currently is hardcoded)
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