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Feeds plugin and Sigal in a subdirectory #361

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jeekajoo opened this issue Feb 4, 2019 · 6 comments
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Feeds plugin and Sigal in a subdirectory #361

jeekajoo opened this issue Feb 4, 2019 · 6 comments
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@jeekajoo
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jeekajoo commented Feb 4, 2019

Hi,

  1. It looks like "feeds" plugin doesn't handle having Sigal in a subdirectory.
    In my case, Sigal is served in "pics/" and it's missing in all links of atom and rss feeds.

  2. And also, both feeds produce links to a-directory-in-sigal/#an-image.jpg instead of a-directory-in-sigal/an-image.jpg. Thumbnails URL are fine, except they are missing 1).

Thanks
J.

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saimn commented Feb 8, 2019

Hi, thanks for reporting.

  1. should be fixed by the commit above.
  2. this link is valid for the galleria theme, it allows to show the image in the galleria viewer. But the other themes it was indeed wrong, it should be fixed as well.

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@jeekajoo
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Hi, thank you
Sorry but that ain't workin'. Demo : https://jeekajoo.eu/files/pics/

rss_feed = {'feed_url': 'https://jeekajoo.eu/files/pics/feed.rss', 'nb_items': 100}
atom_feed = {'feed_url': 'https://jeekajoo.eu/files/pics/feed.atom', 'nb_items': 100}

saimn added a commit that referenced this issue Feb 11, 2019
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saimn commented Feb 11, 2019

@jeekajoo - Ah yes, sorry, and thanks for testing. It should be better now.

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It works (thumbnails appear correctly in the feed) but each feed item links to the folder in which it is stored :

Thank you

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saimn commented Feb 12, 2019

Yeah, there is no mean currently to link directly to a given image.

@jeekajoo
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Ok if you say so, be it. Thanks

kontza pushed a commit to kontza/sigal that referenced this issue Aug 28, 2020
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