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[SOLVED] editing footer -- question about code i'm using

Old Aug 17, 2010, 02:33 PM
21 posts · Aug 2010
i am trying to make my kicker on single post and multi post pages look like this

8.16.10 Category 1, Category 2 Comments

I am using the following code to do that:

%date('m.d.y')% %categories-linked(' , ')% %comments('Comments', 'Comments (1)', 'Comments (%)', 'Comments Closed')%

In the ATO Edit Post/Page Info Items, I have inserted that code in Footer Multipost, Footer Single Post and Footer Homepage. But nothing seems to be happening.

Do I have the code written wrong?

Any help offered would be greatly appreciated.

Old Aug 17, 2010, 02:53 PM
21 posts · Aug 2010
ok. so i think it had something to do with super cache. i deactivated it and now it seems to be working. i don't understand why that is.
Old Aug 17, 2010, 03:19 PM
272 posts · Feb 2009
Super Cache allows for quicker load times. When you are editing, it's best to turn it off, and then turn it back on when your done so your visitors can load up your site quicker.




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