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We need another article here!

Testing a theme on an out-of-the-box installation has its limitations. The main one being that you cannot test navigation (or develop, for that matter): a list-of-one does not make a good test case for listings, indicating “current” or “you are here” mechanisms.

So, here’s another short article with more than a single paragraph, and an excerpt as well.

For good measure, I’ll add a couple of keywords (I see a box for that on the left). And then maybe I’ll create yet another article with an “article image” (or two!).

Posted by Marjolein Katsma - 2011-04-29 15:05.

Any observations?

  1. I see the text ‘Posted in .’ (including that space and period) even when the article isn’t assigned to any category. (I’ve added one now, but that line shouldn’t be there if there is no category (yet).

    At the same time, I do not see any of the keywords I assigned, but that may be a matter of the form used for displaying a single article.

    And, thinking of the article list, I’d like to see a (linkified) list of keywords there as well. So, I’ll have more templating to do as this is obviously not built-in in Lazy Days.

    Oh, and the preview of a comment needs to be marked as such (maybe a special border, or a background image!) — it looks too much like an already-posted comment now.

    Marjolein Katsma · 2011-04-29 15:23 · #