Commit b109518b authored by Steven Wittens's avatar Steven Wittens

- Added a short note about the node-trim-length setting. Many people seem to...

- Added a short note about the node-trim-length setting. Many people seem to expect that changing it updates existing teasers too.
parent e45b2424
......@@ -574,7 +574,7 @@ function node_search($keys) {
function node_settings() {
$output .= form_select(t('Number of posts on main page'), 'default_nodes_main', variable_get('default_nodes_main', 10), drupal_map_assoc(array(1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30)), t('The default maximum number of posts to display per page on overview pages such as the main page.'));
$output .= form_select(t('Length of trimmed posts'), 'teaser_length', variable_get('teaser_length', 600), array(0 => t('Unlimited'), 200 => t('200 characters'), 400 => t('400 characters'), 600 => t('600 characters'), 800 => t('800 characters'), 1000 => t('1000 characters'), 1200 => t('1200 characters'), 1400 => t('1400 characters'), 1600 => t('1600 characters'), 1800 => t('1800 characters'), 2000 => t('2000 characters')), t("The maximum number of characters used in the trimmed version of a post. Drupal will use this setting to determine at which offset long posts should be trimmed. The trimmed version of a post is typically used as a teaser when displaying the post on the main page, in XML feeds, etc. To disable teasers, set to 'Unlimited'."));
$output .= form_select(t('Length of trimmed posts'), 'teaser_length', variable_get('teaser_length', 600), array(0 => t('Unlimited'), 200 => t('200 characters'), 400 => t('400 characters'), 600 => t('600 characters'), 800 => t('800 characters'), 1000 => t('1000 characters'), 1200 => t('1200 characters'), 1400 => t('1400 characters'), 1600 => t('1600 characters'), 1800 => t('1800 characters'), 2000 => t('2000 characters')), t("The maximum number of characters used in the trimmed version of a post. Drupal will use this setting to determine at which offset long posts should be trimmed. The trimmed version of a post is typically used as a teaser when displaying the post on the main page, in XML feeds, etc. To disable teasers, set to 'Unlimited'. Note that this setting will only affect new or updated content and will not affect existing teasers."));
$output .= form_radios(t('Preview post'), 'node_preview', variable_get('node_preview', 0), array(t('Optional'), t('Required')), t('Must users preview posts before submitting?'));
return $output;
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......@@ -574,7 +574,7 @@ function node_search($keys) {
function node_settings() {
$output .= form_select(t('Number of posts on main page'), 'default_nodes_main', variable_get('default_nodes_main', 10), drupal_map_assoc(array(1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30)), t('The default maximum number of posts to display per page on overview pages such as the main page.'));
$output .= form_select(t('Length of trimmed posts'), 'teaser_length', variable_get('teaser_length', 600), array(0 => t('Unlimited'), 200 => t('200 characters'), 400 => t('400 characters'), 600 => t('600 characters'), 800 => t('800 characters'), 1000 => t('1000 characters'), 1200 => t('1200 characters'), 1400 => t('1400 characters'), 1600 => t('1600 characters'), 1800 => t('1800 characters'), 2000 => t('2000 characters')), t("The maximum number of characters used in the trimmed version of a post. Drupal will use this setting to determine at which offset long posts should be trimmed. The trimmed version of a post is typically used as a teaser when displaying the post on the main page, in XML feeds, etc. To disable teasers, set to 'Unlimited'."));
$output .= form_select(t('Length of trimmed posts'), 'teaser_length', variable_get('teaser_length', 600), array(0 => t('Unlimited'), 200 => t('200 characters'), 400 => t('400 characters'), 600 => t('600 characters'), 800 => t('800 characters'), 1000 => t('1000 characters'), 1200 => t('1200 characters'), 1400 => t('1400 characters'), 1600 => t('1600 characters'), 1800 => t('1800 characters'), 2000 => t('2000 characters')), t("The maximum number of characters used in the trimmed version of a post. Drupal will use this setting to determine at which offset long posts should be trimmed. The trimmed version of a post is typically used as a teaser when displaying the post on the main page, in XML feeds, etc. To disable teasers, set to 'Unlimited'. Note that this setting will only affect new or updated content and will not affect existing teasers."));
$output .= form_radios(t('Preview post'), 'node_preview', variable_get('node_preview', 0), array(t('Optional'), t('Required')), t('Must users preview posts before submitting?'));
return $output;
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