Entry Class — A journal entry
Child class of EntryLite.
Comment information on this entry
Visual depth of entry. Top-level journal entries are always depth zero. Comments have a depth greater than or equal to one, depending on where the thread is rooted at.
(Read-only) The DOM 'id' attribute you should put on your outer-most element
Is this the last entry of a day?
Server stored ID number for this entry
Journal the entry has been posted to
An array of keys which you should pass to EntryLite.get_link(string key) to produce an entry 'toolbar'. Does not contain nav_next and nav_prev for entries; you should retrieve those separately and put them somewhere appropriate for your layout.
(Read-only) Post metadata. Keys: 'music', 'mood'
Mood icon, or null.
Is this entry on a different day to the previous one?
(Read-only) A URL at which this specific entry can be viewed, for linking purposes.
Author of the entry, or null if an anonymous comment
(Read-only) The security level of the entry ('private', 'protected'), or blank if public.
A little icon which should be displayed somewhere on an entry to represent the security setting
(Read-only) Subject. May contain HTML. Don't do substring chops on this.
The system time (in GMT) this entry or comment was posted.
(Read-only) Array of tags applied to this entry.
(Read-only) Entry Text; Use EntryLite.print_text() to print this so that the entry's trust level is not affected by your layer's trust level.
(Read-only) Indicates that this entry's text contains some content that must be printed trusted, with EntryLite.print_text(), rather than printed directly from an untrusted context. Use this to fall back to a plain trusted print if you are doing something unusual with EntryLite.text. Most layers can just ignore this and always use EntryLite.print_text().
The user-specified time of the post, or the GMT time if it's a comment.
The userpic selected to relate to this entry.
get_link(string key) : Link
Get a link to some action related to this entry or comment. You can iterate over EntryLite.link_keyseq to get keys to pass in here to produce a 'toolbar' of links.
get_plain_subject() : string
For Entries that can contain HTML subjects, this returns the subject without HTML. Comments can't have HTML in subjects, so this is equivalent to just using $.subject. The returned 'plain' subject may still contain HTML entities, so don't do substring chops on it either.
get_tags_text() : string
Returns a string containing a div of class 'ljtags' with the tags for the entry. If there are no tags on the entry, returns a blank string. The string is formatted according to the 'text_tags' property.
plain_subject() : string
Return entry's subject as plain text, with all HTML removed.
print_ebox() : void
Prints a small horizontal bar of site-specific content between entries in a journal.
print_link_next() : void
Print the link to the next entry in this journal.
print_link_prev() : void
Print the link to the previous entry in this journal.
print_linkbar() : void
Print the link bar for this entry or comment.
print_metadata() : void
print_text() : void
Print the entry text. Doesn't print anything in some contexts, such as on a month view or in a collapsed comment.
time_display() : string
Show the time of this post, with most useful information for user, and with tooltip for more.
time_display(string datefmt, string timefmt) : string
time_display, with customized date/time formats.
viewer_sees_ebox() : bool
True if opaque horizontal site-specific content boxes between entries should be displayed to the user.