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Implemented Post a new blog entry from a Series page


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Mouth said:
When at a Series page - eg. /blogs/series/mwahahahahah.30/ - suggest we have a [Post entry ...] button next to the [Add blog entry to series] button, directly allowing a new blog entry to be created from this point that will automatically be associated with the series being viewed. It would use the same blog and category choice process as creating a blog entry from /blogs/.

This has been implemented in UBS 2.2.34 (as a favor to the OP's long standing support of XenAddons products).

When viewing a Series, if the viewing user has permission to add a blog entry to the series as well as had the appropriate permissions to post blog entries in general, they will see a [Post entry...] button


The behavior of the [Post entry...] button on a series page is the same as clicking on the [Post entry...] button elsewhere throughout UBS. If there is only one blog that the viewing user can post entries in, then it skips the blog chooser. If there is only one category that the viewing user can post entries in, then it skips the Category Chooser.... again, its the same behavior as clicking on any given [Post entry...] button within UBS.

Note: Since the viewing user initiated the post entry process from a series page, the series is already known, so the "Add blog entry to series" Section on the Add Blog Entry form is hidden and instead the series_id is passed into the controller save process, which is used for adding the blog entry to the series as part of the Blog Entry Create process.
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