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DigArticle 6.3 Released!

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Created 6 years 214 days ago
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NEW Related Users. You can now relate users to your Article.  Using the DigArticle tags you can display DNN User Profile information for the related users.

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NEW User Custom Field Type.  Along with the related users, there is a new User type field for the custom fields.

NEW [meta] section to the article.html template. The contents of this section will be inserted into the page meta variables. Along with the built-in FaceBook META variables that DigArticle already produces, you can create your own.

NEW Added Default Comment sort order option in the admin

NEW Added Title sort filters. See Listing.html in the Default template for example.

NEW Added Delete option to moderation.

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  • Mike
    Mike 6 years 125 days ago
    Hi Mike... Do you have a list of the tokens somewhere - I was curious about how to list the related users? I'd like to use them as co-authors.
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      digmike 6 years 125 days ago
      It's a dashboard type. Put a dashboard on the page you are viewing an article and choose the Related User type. You may want to setup a separate page for the article view. Just make a new page and put an Article View module on that page along with your Related Users dashboard. In your DigArticle module set the "View Article At" setting to point at your article view page.
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      • Mike
        Mike 6 years 125 days ago
        Ahh ok - so I can't use it for co-authors then? I was picturing it would work like related files, and then I could insert that template right after the first author record. That might be a cool addition.
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        • digmike
          digmike 6 years 125 days ago
          We will be addit it in the near future. That's a common request for Related Articles which work in a similar fashion.
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