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Old 06-17-2009, 02:50 PM   #1
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I'm working on a new and pretty ambitious tutorial which can be seen here:
http://aswebcreations.com/?p=244
the thing is I'll had new section little by little since I try to do a real in depth tutorial for each section. I want once it's done to publish it here but my question is this.

Do you guys think I should already post what I have here and update each time I have a new section? Or should I just wait until all is done and then post here?
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Old 06-19-2009, 01:38 AM   #2
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I'd suggest you post it here, as a series of Articles. The CMS lets you link different articles you post in a "Series". So you could post the first part (entitled Part 1) andlink it to the other parts as you finish them...

I think the Series input fields are in the Advanced Options tab when you're creating the article.
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Thx Jesse, I'll do this. I was just trying to work on the first article when I noticed that there was no code tags anymore, are they gone? Or did I fail to find them?
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There's no button for them in the editor interface for the CMS... you just need to type them in.
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