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[resolved] SEO Comments - Comment count not updated (3 posts)

  1. helgatheviking
    Member
    Posted 2 years ago #

    I have the SEO Comments sub-plugin installed and configured as follows:

    Merge Fb comments with WP comments ?
    NO

    Cache option
    HOURLY

    Add FB comments to html with no diplsay ?
    NO

    Merge Fb comments count with WP comments count ?
    NO

    for some reason the backend says "Next cache cleaning: Disabled"

    i don't know if it is truly disabled and that is the source of the problem or what.

    but if you visit:
    http://www.40lovemusic.com/category/blog/

    you'll see the first post claims to have no comments, but if you visit the post, it has one facebook comment from last night... which should be included in the count by now.

    using your debugger i can track down the raw opengraph data
    http://graph.facebook.com/10150978664196341/comments

    and verify there is 1 comment on that object.

    the second post claims to have 1 comment, even though it has none.
    http://graph.facebook.com/10150848651956089/comments

    and the third post also claims to have no comments even though it too has 1 (it used to have 4, and did reflect that so the cache must be updating, just not as quickly as I'd like?)
    http://graph.facebook.com/10150816282537759

    there appears to be no way to manually clear the cache and force a count reload to test the comment counting. that would be a nice feature instead of waiting an hour to see if the cache updates.

    looks like i am not the first person to report this either:
    http://wordpress.org/support/topic/plugin-facebook-awd-all-in-one-comments-not-merged-between-fb-and-wp

    i would appreciate any ideas on how to make the comment counts accurate.

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/facebook-awd/

  2. helgatheviking
    Member
    Posted 2 years ago #

    i've since disabled caching.... which i don't like, but it solves the problem of incorrect counts.

    perhaps instead of post meta, the Transient API should be used to store the counts? the transients can be cleared at the same intervals as the current clear cache operations that are scheduled via wp_schedule_event().

  3. AHWEBDEV
    Member
    Plugin Author

    Posted 2 years ago #

    Hi, using the Transient API is a really nice idea...

    I will implement it to manage cache data.

    For info, you can force clear cacha on any page using a paremter in the url.
    http://exemple.com/my-post/?action=clear_fb_cache

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