[Radiant] iFrames populated by a content part?

2008-09-25 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED]
What syntax would I use for the src of an iframe if I was trying to use the page part normally called by r:content part=form /? Thanks, ~Nate ___ Radiant mailing list Post: Radiant@radiantcms.org Search: http://radiantcms.org/mailing-list/search/

[Radiant] duplicate content penalty

2008-09-25 Thread Jasper Kooij
How do I set a preferred domain url to avoid the search engines duplicate content penalty. When I go to http://www.domain.com or http://domain.com they both work and subsequent urls from there. In the search engines that could become a duplicate content penalty. Now I can alter the .htaccess

Re: [Radiant] duplicate content penalty

2008-09-25 Thread Sean Cribbs
That is the easiest way to do it. You could also create a VirtualHost for that hostname and put this in it: Redirect Permanent / http://jasperkooij.com/ Sean Jasper Kooij wrote: How do I set a preferred domain url to avoid the search engines duplicate content penalty. When I go to

[Radiant] github freeze:edge and capistrano... need some pointers

2008-09-25 Thread Peter Berkenbosch
Hello, I'm currently working on another radiant instance and I'm using github. I freezed the edge of radiant in my project, in my github account I can see a link in vendor/radiant but thats it.. When I do a deploy, the code inside vendor/radiant is not checked-out.. (euh... pulled) I tried to

[Radiant] radiant freeze:edge and github vs capistrano

2008-09-25 Thread Peter Berkenbosch
I'm currently working on another radiant instance and I'm using github. I freezed the edge of radiant in my project, in my github account I can see a link in vendor/radiant but thats it.. When I do a deploy, the code inside vendor/radiant is not checked-out.. (euh... pulled) I tried to add set

Re: [Radiant] radiant freeze:edge and github vs capistrano

2008-09-25 Thread john
The freeze task does a clone into vendor/radiant as opposed to adding it as a submodule. To put it in as a submodule first unfreeze (i.e. delete vendor/radiant) then try git submodule add git://github.com/radiant/radiant.git vendor/radiant Then on a new deployment you'll need to run git

Re: [Radiant] radiant freeze:edge and github vs capistrano

2008-09-25 Thread Peter Berkenbosch
Thanks! Github does something funny with the cloned radiant. It only links it... or something like that.. I don't really understand why it is like this... Peter On Thu, Sep 25, 2008 at 9:21 PM, john [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: The freeze task does a clone into vendor/radiant as opposed to

[Radiant] How to order articles by date in the back-end?

2008-09-25 Thread Simon Rönnqvist
Hi! I'm really new to Radiant, so I might have missed something basic.. however I was unable to find the answer when looking around for a while. I find it a bit strange that Radiant shows article ordered by title in the admin back-end by default. Is there at least an easy way to change

[Radiant] looking for portal functionality

2008-09-25 Thread Joe Ersinghaus
Hello, My first post. :) I'm looking for this functionality and would like to know if RadiantCMS can provide: We need a portal system like that provided in the Java world by JBoss or Liferay in that: 1. Our custom rails applications can be hosted or integrated into the CMS framework. 2. Access

Re: [Radiant] looking for portal functionality

2008-09-25 Thread Sean Cribbs
I hate to burst your bubble, but Radiant neither is nor intends to be portal software. Radiant does content-focused sites well (think brochure-ware) and partially-dynamic sites with a decent amount of work, but is not designed to aggregate other applications. Luckily, Rails is such a

Re: [Radiant] How to order articles by date in the back-end?

2008-09-25 Thread Jim Gay
Just to prevent any confusion, its the 'default_order' plugin, not extension And take a look at http://github.com/avonderluft/radiant-page_list_view-extension/tree/master for another way to do it I think ordering by title is great for a CMS. For a blog it makes less sense, but Radiant was

Re: [Radiant] looking for portal functionality

2008-09-25 Thread Joe E.
Bubble busted, but pain was minimal. :) I'm new to rails but when proper ruby/rails skills are acquired, I shall consider your suggestion. Your quick reply is much appreciated however! Best Regards, Joe Sean Cribbs-2 wrote: I hate to burst your bubble, but Radiant neither is nor intends