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[Plugin: Yet Another Related Posts Plugin] Match score (6 posts)

  1. redsy
    Member
    Posted 5 years ago #

    Firstly, thanks Mitcho what truly great plugin !!!

    It was a breeze to install and with default settings seems to be working great.

    My UK Property blog has it running at present. The only question i have is that i can not see a mtach score when logged in as admin.

    There does not seem to be a setting within the WP interface as i see on your sites screenshots. Has this recently been removed? Is there another way of e viewing match scores for related posts?

    These scores would be helpful before i tweak it, though from first views probably wont need it. More from interest :)

    thanks and keep up good work.

  2. @redsy - I apologize I haven't updated those screenshots in a little bit of time. The scores should be showing up for you when you're logged in... perhaps you're using some caching plugin which is serving you the same versions as for your visitors?

  3. Sonance
    Member
    Posted 5 years ago #

    I'm not seeing the match scores either. I don't have any caching plugins running and I'm definitely logged in as an admin because I can see other admin-related options on my pages.

  4. redsy, Sonance, if you are indeed logged in and not using any caching, are you using a custom template for displaying your related posts? In that case you won't see the scores.

    If you'd like to add the score to your yarpp templates, the code is the_score().

  5. Kejatz
    Member
    Posted 4 years ago #

    Hello,

    I also can't see the score on some of my WP installations and I'm not using any template or caching plugin which is serving the same versions as for my visitors.

    Can you help troubleshoot?

    Thank you!

  6. @Kejatz - the score should be being printed in a comment right after each entry in the default template. Go to "view source" in your browser.

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