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  3. Type pypm install ipnext.viewlet.blog
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License
GPL
Lastest release
version 0.3.4 on Nov 25th, 2011

Introduction

This product displays a relevant blog post under your content, by looking around your site for News items with matching categories.

Installation

Use Buildout. See docs/INSTALL.txt

Usage

Install the product in the Plone Control Panel. If you already have News items and Pages that are correctly categorized, you will begin seeing a relevant blog post under each page, if available.

If the content has a Description, it will be displayed; else, it will be generated from the Text.

Configuration

Support for configuration is currently minimal.

You can enable and disable Content types, and change the maximum number of displayed characters for generated descriptions, in Plone Control Panel -> Registry Configuration.

Examples

Check out our website for a usage example: http://www.ipnext.it

Author

Rigel Di Scala <zedr@ipnext.it> http://www.ipnext.it Changelog =========

0.2dev (unreleased)

  • Initial release

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Last updated Nov 25th, 2011

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