In the v5.22 the update “The rewriting syntax has been extended, now if you need to delete a given keyword from the syndicating content, you can use the following rules:
Which works for keywords in the 'Post' or 'Title', but, seems to skip the word if the keyword is part of a string. For example, if the post has —>'keyword1' 'keyword2'<— with a 'space' in between the post words, than the “>keyword1|” syntax will strip out 'keyword1' as expected.
However, if the post has —>'keyword1''keyword2'<— without any 'space' in between the post words, than the “>keyword1|” syntax will NOT strip out 'keyword1'.
Can you please, somehow modify the syntax or tell us how to strip out a 'string' of characters anywhere in the post body/title? So what I mean is something like; '>*keyword1*|' syntax with wildcards(*) would strip out the 'keyword1' string anywhere it is found in the post item.
July 2, 2009
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