1) We now support pages (dynamic, simple CMS stuff) and the pages used our template system.
2) Comments are now displayed. Please note the RED template was updated, not the green template. The comments.html works much like entries.html, giving you the ability to put stuff on top, between comments, and before the end. Also note the token $$NAME, $$URL, and $$NAMEURL. Name means the commentors name. URL is their website. NAMEURL means: "Return a linked version of the name if they supplied a web site." Most folks will want to use nameurl.
Next up is the comment form, which frankly will be the hardest part of the template system - but also the last.
Oh - and if you look at template.cfc - yes - I have duplicated code in there. I plan a total rewrite of the CFC. I'm happy with the _outside_ user of the code, just not the code inside.
Lastly - has anyone tested BlogCFC5 under MX/MX7 yet? Specifically in regard to this blog entry. Please and thank you.
I have not had the chance to test on Bluedragon 7. I will try to do that this week, but many outside (as in yard) projects are cutting into my programming time.
put some random CF or html code in here
Then view the entry on the front end.
I just added a blog entry on my test blog and it color codes very well on CF7.
Not sure why the post (dated in 2008) just now showed up, but I'm glad I wasn't missing something.