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[Resolved] blogroll-update plugin

  • Hi. I’m using the blogroll-update plugin to show when my links have been updated.

    I got it to work–it italicizes recently updated links. However, I would like to put an asterisk before the link name rather than have it italicize. Is this possible? If so, any help is much appreciated.

    Thanks!

    Hilary

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  • That code does not seem to be in the plugin – have you checked any options screens in WP for latest updated, esp the Links screen ?

    yeah, I couldn’t find anything…weird huh?

    To get this, you’ll have to fire up phpMyAdmin and go into your database. You’ll need to edit the table “wp_options”. In this table, you’ll need to find two fields: “links_recently_updated_prepend” and “links_recently_updated_append”. As the names of the fields suggest, the first one is what is added before a link and the second is what is added after the link. In my table, I have the following in “..prepend”:
    <span class="recent">&raquo;</span>&nbsp;<em>
    and I have the following in “..append”:
    </em>
    This combination adds a right angle quote with CSS defined “recent” attributes, then italicizes; then at the end of the line it turns off the italics.

    This may be a simple question, but how exactly do I get to phpMyAdmin?

    Also, the text following “..append” didn’t show up above.

    Thanks!

    How to find phpmyadmin on the most widely used cpanels:
    http://www.tamba2.org.uk/wordpress/backup/

    I don’t seem to have those fields. These are what I have in wp_options.

    option_id
    blog_id
    option_name
    option_can_override
    option_type
    option_value
    option_width
    option_height
    option_description
    option_admin_level
    autoload

    Any ideas?

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