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I've been using the excellent MX Title Control CE to append the epoch seconds to the end of my URL string so that they end up:

mysite.com/jobs/this-is-a-new-job-1528549

It works great through the back end, but when I use Channel Form the url_title is always set to 0.

Does anyone have any experience of getting these two to play nicely together?

I've included a field for the url_title in my Channel Form which is (I think) all I need to do, though the instructions are a little sparse...

Thanks

  • hi Joe, I hope it can wait for two more days - needs to make a small fix, but I don't have time till Saturday. I will notify you when it will be ready. – Max Lazar Jan 14 '15 at 20:43
  • Hi Max, yes that's no problem - I had a little peak into the code myself but it's way out of my programming league :) thanks again for a great extension. kind regards, Joe – Joe Czucha Jan 14 '15 at 23:14
  • Hi Max, did you have any luck with the fix? Thanks :) – Joe Czucha Jan 20 '15 at 0:53
  • I haven't heard anything back from Max so I'm going to throw this out to the community again... – Joe Czucha Feb 10 '15 at 17:39
  • Hi Joe, if possible can you add your own awnswer or tick my answer? It helps others track down your solution should they have the same issue! – Blatant May 13 '15 at 14:07
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I see from your MX Title Control GitHub Issue that you've fixed your issue. Nice job mate!

For any other readers the solution, which is a patch Joe submitted is listed here : https://github.com/joeczucha/mx-title-control/commit/9b0851146e3edc55442879affd3a6e4e9ff3df63

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In case anyone else experiences it, I've added a pull request that resolves this issue:

https://github.com/joeczucha/mx-title-control/commit/9b0851146e3edc55442879affd3a6e4e9ff3df63

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