is there any photo gallery available for Pier? I mean a widget where I
could upload pictures and they are rendered in a nice way. I started
one 4 years ago but I abandoned it.
Did I miss an announcement? Does this mean we have a Pier that works
(or nearly works) with Seaside 3?
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> my problem now is getting at that PRDocument to parse out as pier/html.
> i was tried the PRDocument text function, but this did not produce pier/html..
#text answers a plain text representation.
To get HTML output you can try with a PRViewRenderer instance, however
it is very much targeted at Pier. So very likely it won't work well
for links, etc.
viewRenderer := PRViewRenderer new.
viewRenderer withinContentDo: [ viewRenderer start: document in:
self on: html ]
If you have your own Seaside application outside Pier, you probably
want to create your own PRVisitor subclass that displays the document
tree exactly the way you want.
If you are within a Pier application already you can use a simpler version:
html rendererInstance continue: document in: self on: html
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> how do i now verify my site? i can't see the meta tag (although i am
> sure i have to add it somewhere) and i don't see the generated page..
<https://www.google.com/webmasters/tools/home> should tell you if it works.
> also, does this create a google sitemap on my site?
I don't think so. There is a Sitemap plugin that does that, but I
haven't tried recently.
At 09:45 24/04/2010, you wrote:
>This seems to be a problem related to Pharo and WideStrings? What
>image are you using?
Latest update: #10517
With the latest Seaside and Pier packages.
The one for Linux included in Pier-1.2:
Sorry, I cannot reproduce this.
Maybe a caching problem of the browser? Sometimes changes to the CSS
are not immediately applied.
On 23 April 2010 04:43, sergio_101 <sergiolist(a)village-buzz.com> wrote:
> i think i found a weird problem.. one that i can replicate..
> from the main page.. edit the design settings..
> from the styles, select a different style.. mine is:
> change anything in the environment, then save.
> when you do so, the contents of stylesheetCss will be cleared..
> you can't view it from the link.. it renders a blank page..
> if you go to browse view and edit it.. the contents are there.. but it
> still renders a blank page.
> to fix it, you have to reupload the file..
> is this a behavior i am just not understanding?
> photographer, journalist, visionary
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> i have finally had a second to put this thing up.. i will hopefully be
> updating it like crazy in the next few weeks..
> you can see it here:
Cool, I put it on piercms.com.
> my first blog post.. the url looks like:
> not so good..
See the other mail. Note the difference between "name" and "title".
"name" is the part appearing in the URL, "title" is the title of the
> also, when you hit that link, it goes straight to the first field of the form..
> wondering how to set up my blog posts so that the links look like:
> instead of:
What about not putting spaces in the name of the structure when you
add the post? :-)
With the move command you can change the name after you've added it.