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Started by on Jan 31, 2009 – Contents updated: Jan 31, 2009

Jan 31, 2009 17:46    

Please include Aggregate ALL blogs in v3. It is very useful..........:roll:
http://wonderwinds.com/hackblog.php/2008/04/13/aggregate-all-blogs-in-v241#more916

Jan 31, 2009 22:32

Hi farhad2na2

Nice idea, but there may be an issue with photoblogs and to a lesser extend; do you want your linkblog included?
So that would ask for an ALL BUT solution ;)

Good luck

Jan 31, 2009 22:36

I thought about doing "All -N" but figured that's a niche market.

Currently one runs out after 255 characters ... although I haven't check that in v2.4.6 and don't play with CVS at all. So how many blogs can you include before hitting that limit given that there must be a comma between them? But seriously, if someone doesn't want "All" then they wouldn't type that - right?

How would a photoblog be an issue if you aggregate it into another skin? It'll shrink the image to fit and include any text that the poster might have added.

Jan 31, 2009 22:43

Ninety seven.

So the way things are, "multi-blogs" means 97 assuming you have all blog IDs less than 10 used IF you want to aggregate all of them into a blog. Oh wait a minute lemme check something...

Okay you can go all the way up to 98 blogs if you don't actually post into blog #1 and want to aggregate all the posts from all your bloggers into blog #1.

Jan 31, 2009 22:46

Wow I am totally full of it today!

Imagine a world where you could check a box that says "I am the aggregator blog - all other blogs shall feed me unless they specify not to", then a checkbox on each blog's settings that one would have to uncheck to avoid being aggregated.

* This code is freakin awesome, and the smarter it gets the more microscopically detailed the 'problems' become. Dig on how "I can't aggregate tons of info without actually typing a lot" is an issue! Try reaching that level of issue in the puny little POS known as wordpress!


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