I have a book with a few child pages and I want to display the last modification date of each corresponding node nearby in the menu structure links or a red badge near the node that is displayed during e.g. B. has been updated. the last 3 days …
How do I pass the changed_date of nodes to menu links?
I've just read Twitter plans to delete inactive accounts.
I'm starting to link some existing Web 2.0 posts that I've already created before using SER.
Some of them are on accounts that I no longer have the PW for.
When Twitter deletes, they become
These accounts are the "URLs" in my projects
Does SER then know that the URL is dead?
Is there an automatic check or a way to manually check the URLs?
Of course, URLs that are our own money side, we know if they are alive, but for others, they can fail.
I'll post your guest post on a well-known 51 DR audio website that promotes indie artists, reviews the latest audio technologies and
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I see that there is a global option to send all links (minus those excluded in the settings on this page) to this service through the API.
But is there any way to send links through the verified site? Would we ever want to? That's new for me …
My options are:
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Let's say my comment is something like this:
Should I * ever * include the A # that corresponds to the A name at the end ???
If so, does that work with every engine?