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17.10.01

This is a test for the upcoming multipage feature.
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michel v @ 13:42:10 904
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Ricardo - email
Looks very very nice =)
17.10.01 @ 15:02:21 959

 

ian - email - url
Okay, this is worrying -- where are the other two pages? i'm looking at this from b2edit.php, and i see nothing other than the first page.
17.10.01 @ 17:24:27 058

 

michel v - email - url
ian, could you please just stop whining when features aren't _completely_ implemented yet ? i made a tag to display the page numbers, it just hasn't made its way to the admin area _yet_.
17.10.01 @ 18:33:34 106

 

Ricardo - email
I just want to say that I'm very happy on the way things are turning out.
2 months ago I was completely lost among so many weblog scripts, measuring features against easy of use, complexity against performance, modularity against scalability...
When I decided to use b2 i had already put aside many things that i would like to do, because it wasn't possible to do them all.
It turns out that I'm finishing the prototype for my girlfriend's site (one of her birthday gifts), and I've done all that I wanted to do and even more.
Same goes for my own site, it's coming slowly together but i've really done a photolog without modifying michel's code (I only add an upload script).
All this was possible because the code is well thought, documentation is solid and the functions are easely ajusted or personalized.
The only problems I had besides my own lack of knowledge of php, were the damn bugs caused by distractions or typos. This is, IMHO, the worst part of this wonderful script.
This new feature was something that I felt it was missing for posting long articles. It will fit like a glove on my gf's site and it's big step on the ladder for b2, it will deserve the CMS title.

From a satisfied and proud costumer =)
17.10.01 @ 23:34:46 315

 

ian - email - url
okay, okay -- i keep quiet. : )  perl programmers ARE impatient young brats. perl stands for Physical Education Running Lads, you see.
18.10.01 @ 17:15:16 052

 

ian - email - url
or Pig-faced, Enterprising Rich Leeches
18.10.01 @ 17:27:39 060

 

cheguevara - email
Works fine Michel?
This is a great feature for long articles and complicated journal websites, for example hardware reviews, etc. This is wonderful : ) 
22.10.01 @ 01:11:57 383

 

tinman - email - url
Is this thing working?
29.09.04 @ 17:34:24 065

 

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