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orangShirt



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PostPosted: Thu Sep 07, 2006 11:05 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

There are a couple problems here acutally:
My link is supposed to be this:
Code:
http://spencerfamily.gig4free.com/rss2html.php?TEMPLATE=http://spencerfamily.gig4free.com/rss/fullPageTemplate.html&XMLFILE=http://spencerfamily.gig4free.com/rss/orangRecneps.xml%23HowInTheWorld


but it will become:
Code:
http://spencerfamily.gig4free.com/rss2html.php?TEMPLATE=http://spencerfamily.gig4free.com/rss/fullPageTemplate.html&XMLFILE=http://spencerfamily.gig4free.com/rss/orangRecneps.xml?TEMPLATE=http://spencerfamily.gig4free.com/rss/fullPageTemplate.html&XMLFILE=http://spencerfamily.gig4free.com/rss/orangRecneps.xml%23HowInTheWorld

or:
Code:
http://spencerfamily.gig4free.com/rss2html.php?TEMPLATE=http://spencerfamily.gig4free.com/rss/fullPageTemplate.html&XMLFILE=http://spencerfamily.gig4free.com/rss/orangRecneps.xml?TEMPLATE=http://spencerfamily.gig4free.com/rss/fullPageTemplate.html&XMLFILE=http://spencerfamily.gig4free.com/rss/orangRecneps.xml?TEMPLATE=http://spencerfamily.gig4free.com/rss/fullPageTemplate.html&XMLFILE=http://spencerfamily.gig4free.com/rss/orangRecneps.xml%23HowInTheWorld

or worse.

Apparently this does not kill the link to the overall page, although I cannot imagine why.

the more serious problem is this

my # becomes %23. So when I make my link
Code:
dadada.xml&#35WhatIsThis

I get
Code:
dadada.xml&%2335;WhatIsThis
in the XML code. I can see how this would normally not be a problem except that I use my title as part of my link.

I use it as an anchor in the template. So it links and make one page that includes all my previous posts, and uses the anchor to find the exact spot in the page. It's the same concept as putting a table of contents on a long page that links you to the correct section/paragraph or back to the top.

At any rate, %23 does not get it done. I need &#35 or simply #. Any way to fix it without manually editing my code before uploading it? Any chance you'll add this to the list of chages for the next beta?

By the Way -- I may be coming on a little late on the 2.0.0.4 release, but I think it's a BANGUP Job! HUGE improvement over 1.0 -- Excellent piece of software! When the full release comes out It's gonna rock!!

I noticed that all my &#35 became # if I left the ; on it when I previewed the post. Please note that I know the actual escape code includes the ; and enter it in the editor. But I need to convey the idea here.

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PostPosted: Fri Sep 08, 2006 8:25 am Reply with quoteBack to top

I'm having a hard time following what you are trying to explain. Sorry. Let's start slow.

This was your first example:

Code:
http://spencerfamily.gig4free.com/rss2html.php?TEMPLATE=http://spencerfamily.gig4free.com/rss/fullPageTemplate.html&XMLFILE=http://spencerfamily.gig4free.com/rss/orangRecneps.xml%23HowInTheWorld


Where are you getting that from:

a. viewing the link field in FeedForAll
b. biewing the source code of your feed's XML file
c. a link in the HTML source code on your webpage
d. part of an include statement in the source code of your webpage's HTML
e. a link given by running rss2html.php with the buildUrl option

We will try to take it from there.

Thanks.

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PostPosted: Fri Sep 08, 2006 11:04 am Reply with quoteBack to top

Quote:
Where are you getting that from:

a. viewing the link field in FeedForAll
b. biewing the source code of your feed's XML file
c. a link in the HTML source code on your webpage
d. part of an include statement in the source code of your webpage's HTML
e. a link given by running rss2html.php with the buildUrl option



The first example is what I typed into the Link Box.
After saving the file, and reopeining it in FeedforAll it becomes the second or third.
I can see it in the link Box, it is in the XML source, and using the php conversion, it goes into the web page as the link. So the answer I guess is a,b,c

The blog page is http://spencerfamily.gig4free.com/matthewBlog.html Assuming the server is working (gig4free is still in beta) you'll see a side that is "previous posts" there I use the php script to pull the titles and dates of the entries in the feed and convert them to html. I use the link to generate a dynamic page that hass all the blog entries on it. They I use the #[title] to anchor it to the specific article.

For whatever reason the link created the page okay( but the %23 stuff messes up the anchor). I can send you a copy of the XML file if you wish. I thnk I noticed this on beta1 but just didn't bother with it since there we so many other porblems. It's really hard to notice if you look only in the link feid in feedforall since it starts to look like a long string of characters.

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PostPosted: Sun Sep 10, 2006 10:20 am Reply with quoteBack to top

OK, I can reproduce that now. Seems there is a problem with links that have bookmarks '#' in the URL. I will get that fixed and see about getting a new beta posted with the fix in it.

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