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I don't know how others feel, but Sam's titles look OK to me - in both Mozilla and IE. Futhermore, he even has a weblogItemTitle CSS class defined on each title, so he could fine tune the display if he were so inclined.
Now, that wasn't so hard, was it. ;-)
No it wasn't Sam-) Since we are friends I am busting your chops a little bit-) I am also showing what I consider bugs in Radio. I still had to do it manually even though I set the Preference. Yes, it's a tiny thing but I'm still trying to uphold the viewpoint of the average user-) Thanks for nudging me though as you are right (as always!) -)Posted by Sam Gentile at
LOL! Just be careful now, as you are well aware... I certainly can give as good as I get. ;-)Posted by Sam Ruby at
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Sam, have you read the excellent worj Frew has done investigating this? http://radio.weblogs.com/0104813/2003/01/16.html#a208
Is this all futile with Radio? I don't understand enough to make a judgement but perhaps you could help enlighten us.
Is it futile in Radio? I don't know about you, but I see titles in the Radio Aggregator. Links too.Posted by Sam Ruby at
Yes, sorry... as do I. I just never actually noticed because of the way Radio lumps it in with the content. I thought that the title/link that shows up on the aggregator page was actually coming from within the content of the RSS description itself. Turns out that's just a result of what started the whole conversation... people not using title and link consistently! :)
Basically, the problem I have now is the way the aggregated data is is stored/rendered. I'd like more control over the independant items of a post on the aggregator page, but it looks like this isn't something that was meant to be customizable in Radio.
Ok, thanksPosted by Sam Gentile at
The Blog police, they come to me in my head... I must have Titles or else-). According to these two, I must have Titles or else-) but let's see how much Radio screws up the presentation no matter how much I massage the templates (lost 3 hours last...Excerpt from Sean 'Early' Campbell & Scott 'Adopter' Swigart's Radio Weblog at