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Title: About Url Permalink
Post by: Devit Schizoper on December 03, 2006, 04:17:54 pm
how to not use sNews Default Permalink and used default code permalink ?
Title: About Url Permalink
Post by: Mika on December 03, 2006, 11:37:10 pm
Uff, sorry mate but could you provide some more detailed explanation?
Title: About Url Permalink
Post by: Keyrocks on December 04, 2006, 08:11:42 pm
I am not sure what the term Permalink relates to but... while browsing templates on the OWD site this a.m. I noticed that a couple of the templates had permalinks (dummies of course) below the article in the info line. So I suppose that some people might use this as a link to a longer version of the same article. Just a hunch. :)
Title: About Url Permalink
Post by: Michael (mik) Land on December 04, 2006, 08:15:49 pm
Permalink = Permanent Link.

A permanent link is what it says. Even if the place of the article changes, the link is still directed to the article.

Are you wanting to change the format of the links?
Title: About Url Permalink
Post by: Keyrocks on December 04, 2006, 08:41:38 pm
Well... if Permalink refers to Permanent Link... we do not use the term Permalink to describe any link-type in the sNews project, so it is not relevant to sNews. You will need to expand more on what you mean by Permalink if you mean something else.
Title: About Url Permalink
Post by: Michael (mik) Land on December 04, 2006, 08:46:53 pm
Permalink is more of a colloquial term amongst the cms/blogger developers/users. It's a bit quicker and less harsh than constantly saying permanent link. I also think it sounds cooler.
Title: About Url Permalink
Post by: Devit Schizoper on December 05, 2006, 02:23:58 pm
OK, How sNews could work with XAMPP
Title: About Url Permalink
Post by: brauck on December 05, 2006, 03:19:55 pm
Quote from: loadfoo
OK, How sNews could work with XAMPP
Loadfoo, please post your questions in the right forum, that keeps things clean; thanks  ;)

About XAMPP: Look here (http://snews.ca/installs/)