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I’ve hacked a version of recent_articles to include two new features:

  • The ability to filter the list on section: section="articles"
  • The abilty to change the start-point of the list: limit="1,10"

This second point is handy if you don’t want your recent articles list to include the most recent article. The old syntax still works fine – limit="10".

Other than that, all the attributes are the same as recent_articles. This really is just a hacked version of the same.

<txp:dru_recent_articles section="articles" limit="1,10" break="li" wraptag="ul" />

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30 Mar 2005
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30 Mar 2005

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Doesn’t work with RC3.
nope, sure doesn’t. i wish it did, i really want to use this plugin.
“after a lot of problems with plugins, Yours is the first that works (in 1.0rc3), perfect”
If you’re having difficulties with dru_recent_articles, you may want to give glx_recent_articles a try..
As alexandra said in the forum, it works with 4.01 :-)

This plugin really should be integrated into txp:recent_articles, just like some others have recently. Section and offset are a must-have for recent articles list…
This plugin doesn’t work if you use a prefix for TXP. I changed it to @$rs = getRows(“select * from ”.PFX.”textpattern where Status = 4 and Posted
I have problem with class attribute : it simply do not work with me. Any idea ?

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