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My current blog (http://blogs.thesitedoctor.co.uk/tim/) is structured to accommodate the rest of the team so:
Looking at Articulate, we could use multiple blog instances to achieve this but it doesn't solve the issue of the root folder which will need to list all posts.
Looking at the code for ArticulateController.cs it would appear that one of the issues is that you're selecting FirstOrDefault() but then lower down on Line 76, ListModel can only accept a single page.
Ideally Articulate could be expanded to handle multiple archive nodes which list all posts in date order on the homepage.
a very fast but furious solution could be implementation of this plugin: http://our.umbraco.org/projects/website-utilities/bvt-rss-feed
Just a thought! :)
Thanks xme, writing the logic to pull down the list of articles is simple enough but it will work around all the logic in Articulate which isn't ideal :)
Ok so just so I understand this further... Your main problem at the moment is that you want to be able to have your home page syndicate all of the blog posts from multiple blog roots?
Or is your problem more than that? From the sounds of it this is more what you want:
Let me know if that is accurate? If so I can easily create this functionality but in the meantime you could also create this functionality by creating dynamic routes on startup for each author, just like Articulate does for each tag/category. In Articulate's core however, if i were to make this functionality there would be a sub route for each author such as /authors/tim instead of just /tim
From the sounds of it this is more what you want:
From the sounds of it this is more what you want:
Yes this is more what we're after but we don't really want the urls to be http://blogs.thesitedoctor.co.uk/tim/archive/post instead it should be http://blogs.thesitedoctor.co.uk/tim/post
I think the change is simpler than that (and offer more flexibility). Instead of using the first Archive node and listing those posts, it should select all descendant posts, this way if you went to the root it would list all authors in date order, if you went to an archive (or in this instance the author's name) page it would list all child posts...
Edit: One thing we have to be careful with is the urls should be hackable, I suspect that the solution you're thinking won't be i.e.:
Yes now I understand now :) I didn't grasp the fact that your archive node's were named according to the author (i.e. 'Tim') but that makes perfect sense and means it is more flexible as you say.
I'll create 2 features:
Hello, has anyone been able to successfully set up multiple archives under a single "Articulate" node? I'm running into a bit of a snag when I try to do so.
My scenario is that I have a parent "Articulate" (alias) document named "News". I then add a child "Articulate Archive" (alias) document named "Articles" and another "Articulate Archive" (alias) document named "Breaking" under my "News" document.
I can post blog articles under these nodes and visit them individually withou issues but when I try to navigate specifically to the individual "Articles" or "Breaking" pages to see lists of posts within them I get:
In addition, no template exists to render the custom 404.
This page can be replaced with a custom 404. Check the documentation for "custom 404".
This page is intentionally left ugly ;-)
Unfortunately I'm unable to select a template for these pages. Is there any way around this?
Also another potential issue that I've found is that there is no way to have global authors that could be used in multiple blogs. This probably wouldn't be much of an issue if I wasn't running into the archives issue that I mention above.
Just wondering if anyone else has run into these issues and found a way to fix them. Thanks!
That is not supported. Why do you want multiple archive nodes under a root articulate root node?
You can have multiple articulate root nodes though.
The issue above: https://github.com/Shandem/Articulate/issues/9
has not been completed and I've had zero time to look at it yet unfortunatley
Hey Shannon, thanks so much for your responses on this.
The reason that I want to have multiple archive nodes under one root node is so that I can share authors accross different "blogs". I'm trying to set it up so that I can have a single pool of authors and a single pool of blogs (News, Products, Education, Tips and Tools. etc) and then any of my authors could post into any of these blogs.
My issue is that with the way it works currently I will have to create all of the same authors in multiple root nodes. Is this correct or am I missing something?
Yeah, i think that's the kind of thing people were mentioning above.
Currently there's no support for that, just need to find this elusive time and can work on it as a feature. Though if anyone else has time, I love reviewing and accepting pull requests on GitHub :)
Loving Articulate - great package!
I'd love to see this functionality too for a project I'm currently working on. Totally understand that finding the time to work on it is hard though...
A work around I am testing just now is to have multiple instances of the package under my homepage and then I access them via sub domains i.e.
Seems to work and it also means I can style the blogs individually, allowing the users to have their own look and feel.
I thought that since having multiple archives under one root is supported then I would be able to see all the contents when loading the root.
eg. I have
News -- root
-> 2015 -- archive 1
-> 2014 -- archive 2
this results in only the news from 2015 being displayed when I ask for content under the root.
What am I doing wrong ?
What do you mean 'ask for content under the root'? multiple archives under an articulate root is not supported, on the front-end, currently it wont render any content apart from the first one there.
Also note, that the reason the blog posts are in a list view container is so that you don't have to worry about 'date folders', you can have as many blog posts in a container as you like (in theory).
Got this committed: https://github.com/Shazwazza/Articulate/issues/9
So will be available in v3 when i get that out (hopefully next month)
We are using Articulate 3.0.2. We are getting the 404 for each of the archive pages when we set "Redirect Archive" to false. Any idea what could be wrong? I'm not seeing any relevant looking logs.
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