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Hello!

ocPortal is still getting more amazing every time I look at it. I don't know how you all do so much so quick but its pretty wild.

I just was using the latest 7.1.1 install or whichever is the latest and I enabled the Keyword-density-check (SEO) option but when I check that under a blog post and try to prevew I see no such thing as a Keyword-density-check. Am I doing something wrong or is it just broke?

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I also just noticed, when I take some text, which is mixed with HTML code and I paste it into the WYSIWYG editor, then click preview, the article preview looks as though it did when I clicked preview. However back in the WYSIWYG editor at this point it converts all the code as if melding the html with what was there. This is actually kind of what I wanted since I am copying and pasting Drupal articles directly from the database which have no line breaks in them but do have HTML. It even converted Durpals code tags and whatnot properly. Pretty cool but it didn't show like that in the preview. I just don't know that this is the intended way for it to be.

I also just noticed when I am using the up and down arrows while in the WYSIWYG editor here on this site it is moving the screen up and down rather than moving my cursor up and down.
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Sorry to have so many questions. But I have another question about keywords which I couldn't find an answer to anywhere. How do I add to the list of common words to filter in the tags? Such as not, know, right, isnt, and things of that nature.

Also, since I'm here, I can't figure out how to set the date on posts after I added all those articles from the old Drupal database so they match the time stamp on them. Any ideas?
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For for showing keyword-density check on all previews.

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I also just noticed, when I take some text, which is mixed with HTML code and I paste it into the WYSIWYG editor, then click preview, the article preview looks as though it did when I clicked preview. However back in the WYSIWYG editor at this point it converts all the code as if melding the html with what was there. This is actually kind of what I wanted since I am copying and pasting Drupal articles directly from the database which have no line breaks in them but do have HTML. It even converted Durpals code tags and whatnot properly. Pretty cool but it didn't show like that in the preview. I just don't know that this is the intended way for it to be.

The WYSIWYG editor will convert everything into Comcode after it is submitted, which can change quite a lot, especially custom HTML. It can be disabled through, documented in the WYSIWYG tutorial.

I also just noticed when I am using the up and down arrows while in the WYSIWYG editor here on this site it is moving the screen up and down rather than moving my cursor up and down.

Can't reproduce this one (just tested on Firefox 5 which is what I think you're on).


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Sorry to have so many questions.

Many questions are cool, but it's better to post them in separate topics to keep things organised.

But I have another question about keywords which I couldn't find an answer to anywhere. How do I add to the list of common words to filter in the tags? Such as not, know, right, isnt, and things of that nature.

You can edit text/EN/too_common_words.txt (save as text_custom/EN/too_common_words.txt)
I'd actually like to see what words you add, we may add them to the default file too.

Also, since I'm here, I can't figure out how to set the date on posts after I added all those articles from the old Drupal database so they match the time stamp on them. Any ideas?

For news articles you can change the scheduled post time to something in the past and it will sense what you're doing and put it live immediately but with that post time. The scheduler must be set up for the scheduled post time option to appear (described in advanced configuration tutorial).


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Many questions are cool, but it's better to post them in separate topics to keep things organised.
Sorry. I have a feeling I have probably done this and been told this before too. Just so many things I thought it would be odd and spammy having so many posts all at once but I can see what you mean.


You can edit text/EN/too_common_words.txt (save as text_custom/EN/too_common_words.txt)
I'd actually like to see what words you add, we may add them to the default file too.
I remember I went into posts and deleted the common words and it never added them back when I saved it in most cases. There were probably more but all I remember so far that you might want to add are: not, know, isnt, into
Maybe "know" isn't something you would like but now I know where to add them. Thanks!


For news articles you can change the scheduled post time to something in the past and it will sense what you're doing and put it live immediately but with that post time. The scheduler must be set up for the scheduled post time option to appear (described in advanced configuration tutorial).
I cannot find any place to edit the time on posts when adding a new post or editing an existing one. Also, the times displayed in the list of entries seem to be using UTC rather than my Current Time setting of -5.


The WYSIWYG editor will convert everything into Comcode after it is submitted, which can change quite a lot, especially custom HTML. It can be disabled through, documented in the WYSIWYG tutorial.
Ok, this seems pretty cool. Worked out for me anyway. But the prevew did not show the same result as appeared in the WYSIWYG editor after clicking the preview button is all. If I didn't scroll up and look in the WYSIWYG editor I wouldn't have known it had changed it. There was also the occasional thing it would mess up a bit on with certain links, maybe ones with the title attribute or something, I am not entirely sure. Maybe they just had certain characters in them even. Most links worked.


Can't reproduce this one (just tested on Firefox 5 which is what I think you're on).
Hmm, I just cleared my browser cache and it seems ok after.


Marker For for showing keyword-density check on all previews.
I put this in the sources folder and cleared the cache and it works =)
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TY2U said

Sorry. I have a feeling I have probably done this and been told this before too. Just so many things I thought it would be odd and spammy having so many posts all at once but I can see what you mean.
Don't worry about having too many posts at once. I've probably had around 10 topics (maybe even more) running concurrently at one time or another.

And if you have multiple questions/issues in a single topic then at least number each question/issue so that they are easy to identify and reference.


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