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Old 10-04-2012, 05:18 PM   #5
nickredding
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Originally Posted by andrewp View Post
Is there an example of a (without username and password) recipe that populates the description field so I can test it on my Kindle Touch?

Also is there a way of adding in thumbnails to that periodical grid?
Look at the standard recipe nytimes in handle_article which looks for an article summary and includes it if present, and populate_article_metadata which adds the thumbnail photo and creates an article summary if one wasn't found in the index.
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