You know I think it would be! For me it's no problem to open the
aggregating page and add the url but I'd rather my clients just add
children and have it automatically taken care of. I tried using
backdoor to create a variable but aggregation doesn't evaluate
@variables like <r:if does. Thanks for your consideration. I'm sure
someone else will have a similar need someday and solve this for us.
I feel a little bad about not solving it myself but it's just not my
On Dec 2, 2009, at 7:20 AM, Jim Gay wrote:
> On Tue, Dec 1, 2009 at 9:54 PM, Steven Southard
> <ste...@stevensouthard.com> wrote:
>> This seems like it would work great and be really helpful. For some
>> reason it doesn't output anything. Do I have it wrong or will find
>> not work inside aggregation or something?
>> <r:aggregate urls="<r:find url='/blog-
>> archives/'><r:children:each><r:url />; </r:children:each></r:find>" >
> Radius does not do that.
> You can't have tags inside attributes.
> What would need be be implemented is another feature where you specify
> child_urls or children_of or something like that and the tag would
> grab children of those given urls. This does not exist, but I'm sure
> it would be a welcomed addition.
> Jim Gay
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