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The Podlove Podcast Publisher uses "custom posts" for its episodes. Some themes treat normal posts and custom posts differently or just forgot to take into account that custom posts show up slightly different in the HTML.
Get in contact with the theme developer and ask if it is ready for custom posts. It is usually not very complicated to make a theme work with custom posts out of the box. The Publisher does work together will all templates that come with WordPress.
Episodes are kept separate from blog posts but you can choose if you want episodes to be mixed with blog posts on the home page. To do this, check the "Display episodes on front page together with blog posts" setting in the Expert Settings panel.
Episodes are custom posts and are dealt with differently by WordPress. They show up under a common URL prefix. You can define the result URL with the "URL segment prefix for podcast episode posts" setting in the Expert Settings panel. This is set to "episode" by default resulting in an episode to show up under "/episode/".
You don't. The plugin assembles the media file URL by combining various components that you have configured in the Podlove settings. All media files have to reside under a base URL that you specify in the "Podcast Settings" pane. This basically defines which directory all files have to be uploaded to.
The exact media file name is made up of a) the Episode Media File Slug you set in the episode's meta data b) the suffix of the episode asset (as configured in the "Episode Asset" settings page) and c) the extension of the file type of the Episode Asset (as configured in the "File Types" settings page).
Right now, these have to be inserted manually via shortcodes. They are [podlove-episode-web-player] and [podlove-episode-downloads].
You can use the plugin's templates to make sure you have the proper shortcodes in every episode.
If you haven't already, get the official Flattr plugin here:
Find the setting Flattr > Advanced Settings > Flattrable content > Post Types and check "podcast". Save changes. There is no step 3 ;)
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Requires: 3.5 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.5.3
Last Updated: 3 months ago
Active Installs: 2,000+
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