I’m wondering if there is a way to edit the behavior / display of the Section and GeoLocation tags that are displayed in an article footer:
I’m actually hoping to do two different things here.
1. Change the name displayed for a section.
We have several nested sections like “/news/free/“ and the text displayed in the footer for an article there just says “Posted in Free.” It would be great if we could customize it to say something like: “Posted in News” or “Posted in Free News” as that will be much more descriptive than the text pulled right now.
2. Change the URL that a GeoLocation links to.
By default when clicking the Location Tag link the site runs a search for assets that have that GeoLocation tagged: http://www.galvnews.com/topic/?g=seabrook&t=&l=25&d=&d1=&d2=&f=html&s=&sd=desc&s=start_time
I’d like to be able to edit the URL associated with a Geolocation to instead point to a URL that I’ve setup with blocks that run this same filter, e.g. http://www.galvnews.com/communities/galveston
This presents a much cleaner display of headlines without the large search box at the top.
Please let me know what y’all think or if this is already possible and I just missed it.
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