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  • [CMS] SEO URL Alias, Preview Break, Preview and Author/Publish Date

    I crated an article using firefox. My new article happens to have the same title as an old one. As soon as I tabbed away from the title section, the popup messages appears "This SEO URL Alias is already in use. Please select new one. " I clicked OK. and it keeps popping back up.

    Preview Break seems to not working. It keeps showing the whole article with BBCode in the frontpage. I like BBCode but it looks ugly to see they hang around on the frontpage.

    I chose No to "Display Author" and "Display Publish Date", but they keep showing up in one article. After editing many time without success, that article disappeared from the Section Preview/Frontpage. I have no idea how to fix that. I checked the dates and everything seems to be correct.

  • #2
    I have exactly the same problems...

    I cant get Page Break to work in Section Page, check here:

    Also, Page Preview does not work in section page. Or is it only made to work in the content.php page?


    • #3
      Change the SEO Url Alias field to something different than the first article, it defaults to title.


      • #4
        SEO of the article or section page?


        • #5
          of the article... sometimes you have to manually retype it and just force it.
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          • #6
            The article in this case, but I'd think the same would apply to section if you were able to create two sections with identical names.


            • #7
              that worked... thanks guys, still weird. but do you know if page preview applies to content.php only or also the section pages?


              widgetinstance 262 (Related Topics) skipped due to lack of content & hide_module_if_empty option.