Markoldcontent

Mark old content extension for Pagekit

Let's have an example: You are telling your users how to install and configure a softwarepackage on their Mac using brew. Unfortunately times are changing fast and one year after you created your blog post, the provided information are incomplete or - worst case - wrong.

Wouldn't it be great to tell your users that they should act carefully when they are reading an old article?

This extension marks blog posts as potentially outdated - if you want to.

How to use

Installation

Using this extension is very easy. Just install it from Pagekit's marketplace.

Requirements

There are no special requirements. If Pagekit works this extension will work, too.

Configuration

After enabling the extension, you may enter the settings. You now need to decide: Do you want to enable the extension on all blog posts? In this case, choose Insert warning message automatically. If you don't want to use the auto insert, you need to add ( markoldcontent ){} to each article that should be marked, as soon the modified date of the article is older than the period you defined in the settings.

You are also free to define a period using the ( markoldcontent ){} tag, too: Extend it and pass your own period (integer > 0): ( markoldcontent ){"period":1}.

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