Re: [Radiant] Using one filter by default

2008-10-02 Thread Sean Cribbs
This was removed way back in 0.6.5, primarily for technical reasons -- unlike PHP, you can't just make the change and expect it to take effect on the next request (without some knowledge of the deployment strategy). Sean Mohit Sindhwani wrote: Pacifists wrote: About your last suggestion -

Re: [Radiant] Using one filter by default

2008-10-02 Thread Adam van den Hoven
I wonder if it would be possible to hook up the rake tasks for Ray to the UI (at least for those of us who aren't in a load balanced, multiple server situation) such that clicking the Disable button calls rake ray:dis name=some-extension and the Enable button calls rake ray:en

[Radiant] How can I refresh part of a page with Ajax?

2008-10-02 Thread Nate Turnage
This is the code I have in the body part of my /works/ page. I would like to generate tabs for each one of the child pages, and show the body part of the /works/print/ page in the works id by default. Then have each one of the tabs refresh the works id with it's content. The code below works

Re: [Radiant] Snippets with Parameter(s)

2008-10-02 Thread Joe Van Dyk
On Wed, Oct 1, 2008 at 7:26 PM, Jordan Isip [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi All, What is the best approach to generating the following HTML? div class='section' div class='section-header' #{ title } /div div class='section-content' r:yield/ /div /div I would like to call it with

Re: [Radiant] Snippets with Parameter(s)

2008-10-02 Thread Joe Van Dyk
On Thu, Oct 2, 2008 at 9:46 AM, Joe Van Dyk [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Wed, Oct 1, 2008 at 7:26 PM, Jordan Isip [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi All, What is the best approach to generating the following HTML? div class='section' div class='section-header' #{ title } /div div

Re: [Radiant] Snippets with Parameter(s)

2008-10-02 Thread Jordan Isip
Thank you! This is exactly what I needed. Works perfectly. - Original Message From: Joe Van Dyk [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: radiant@radiantcms.org Sent: Thursday, October 2, 2008 10:06:21 AM Subject: Re: [Radiant] Snippets with Parameter(s) On Thu, Oct 2, 2008 at 9:46 AM, Joe Van Dyk

Re: [Radiant] Snippets with Parameter(s)

2008-10-02 Thread Joe Van Dyk
You are welcome, good sir. Joe On Thu, Oct 2, 2008 at 10:30 AM, Jordan Isip [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Thank you! This is exactly what I needed. Works perfectly. - Original Message From: Joe Van Dyk [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: radiant@radiantcms.org Sent: Thursday, October 2, 2008

[Radiant] Searching..

2008-10-02 Thread Joe Van Dyk
What's the current recommendation for searching a Radiant site? Will have a couple thousand pages to search. I'm leaning towards using Google Search... Joe ___ Radiant mailing list Post: Radiant@radiantcms.org Search:

[Radiant] Radiant and Flex

2008-10-02 Thread Marcus Blankenship
Say, Is anyone using Radiant as a back-end for Flex/Flash applications? I'd like to try this, but was hoping to get some pointers. Thanks, Marcus Marcus Blankenship 541-882-3451 x 2558 [EMAIL PROTECTED] Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur... ___

Re: [Radiant] Searching..

2008-10-02 Thread Sean Cribbs
Google search will do what you want, but if you like a custom solution, look at the sphinx search extension: http://github.com/digitalpulp/radiant-sphinx-search-extension/tree/master Sphinx is pretty awesome, I'm using it on two projects now. Sean Joe Van Dyk wrote: What's the current

Re: [Radiant] Radiant and Flex

2008-10-02 Thread Joe Van Dyk
On Thu, Oct 2, 2008 at 11:45 AM, Marcus Blankenship [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Say, Is anyone using Radiant as a back-end for Flex/Flash applications? I'd like to try this, but was hoping to get some pointers. You would probably want to write an extension that interfaces with the flex

RE: [Radiant] Radiant and Flex

2008-10-02 Thread Marcus Blankenship
First, let me acknowledge that Sean answered a very similar question to this earlier this year, so I'm sorry for the repeat post. I cannot find anyone on the net who's done this, so I may be barking up a stump instead of a tree. Let me see if I can explain why I was considering it, and someone

[Radiant] New wiki article: removing scaffolding from the Link Roll

2008-10-02 Thread Andrew Neil
I've written a new article for the wiki, which follows on from the original Creating Radiant Extensions[1] tutorial. It demonstrates how to remove the scaffolding from your extension, and style it so that it looks more like it belongs in Radiant. Find it here:

Re: [Radiant] New wiki article: removing scaffolding from the Link Roll

2008-10-02 Thread John W. Long
On Oct 2, 2008, at 6:52 PM, Andrew Neil wrote: I've written a new article for the wiki, which follows on from the original Creating Radiant Extensions[1] tutorial. It demonstrates how to remove the scaffolding from your extension, and style it so that it looks more like it belongs in

[Radiant] Re: Re: Is there a trick to using Capistrano to deploy Radiant site?

2008-10-02 Thread Errol Siegel
Nate: Good question. In fact, I have another thread going (should be right near this one) where I am trying to sort out best practices for this sort of thing. I also am playing with the import_export plugin (and running into some issues). I'll post the details on the other thread shortly.

[Radiant] Re: Can page_attachments store uploads in database?

2008-10-02 Thread Errol Siegel
I think I agree that having a task sync those files is going to be the best way to go. Restricting access is not really an issue as (so far) I am just using page_attachments for adding images to public pages. Does anybody have any advice for how to go about this? I'm pretty new to Capistrano.

[Radiant] Re: Deployment tips

2008-10-02 Thread Errol Siegel
If possible, I want to NOT assume that I am using a particular database and that the development and production databases are on the same machine. I have started playing with the import_export extension (http://github.com/radiant/radiant-import-export-extension/tree/master) to see if it could