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Create a Blog using PowerCMS Builder

Thread began 2/26/2012 3:06 am by Daryl | Last modified 9/22/2016 9:53 am by Daryl | 2564 views | 6 replies

DarylBeta Tester

Create a Blog using PowerCMS Builder

Im trying to build a blog or news type area using the PowerCMSBuilder extension but am having real issues sorting out the navigation menus to make this work properly.

I really like the way that clients can use the CMS to add articles (page from template) although I really wish that users couldnt alter the 'template' and could only add, but never mind about that at the moment.

I have had help to create a list of Months and Years with a record count in brackets after as an archive menu - http://www.webassist.com/forums/showthread.php?t=24940 and I have managed to create a list of the last x no of recent News posts, the problem that I am having now is filtering the recordset by month and year.

I have tried various ways of filtering the recordset daetime column using a url variable but just cant get it to work.

Has anyone else made a blog/news section like this?

Does anyone have an example of the code that they used that they could share with me?

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