This is to test paging on the main forum page, which I implemented ridiculously quickly.
Will probably have to do a couple more to test to see if it works.
This is a test post to see what happens if I post comments on another post. It's complicated, yeah?Comments (17)
The main blog display now only displays posts that are of type "Blog post". This means that I can (in theory) create posts that are tagged "Thread post" and have them accumulate comments in like a forum, but they wouldn't be promoted to the front page. Blog posts, meanwhile, would be visible in the forum view.
It's so crazy it just might work!
Thought I'd test the image stuff again.
Will it page? WILL IT FLOAT?
Paging broke for some reason.
EDIT: Just an off-by-one error. Fixed it.
Links to things we mentioned in the show:
White Dwarf Books: http://www.deadwrite.com/wd.html
Warcraft FigurePrints: http://www.figureprints.com
Perception of Time Slows Down: http://www.livescience.com/health/071211-time-slow.html
More Time Slowing Down Stuff: http://blogs.villagevoice.com/forkintheroad/archives/2008/06/adventures_in_p.php
Randy Pausch’s Last Lecture: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ji5_MqicxSo
Dactyl Nightmare Arcade Game: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Virtuality_(gaming)
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Pu-ma-man, he flies like a moron...
Let’s see if the script elimination thingy works:
Yup, it seems to. HAHAHA take that script kiddies!
No seriously, it’s incredibly weak anti-script action and should in no way be considered secure against script kiddies. But at least it’s something.
Wouldn't it be good to see some paging...
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