Support » Plugin: Inline Related Posts » About keeping links static once inserted

  • Hi, I’ve just noticed, that my related posts are not changing, when I refresh the page. Even though I have ‘Keep links static once inserted’ option turned off. The links change only when I delete cache of my website.

    So my question is: does it have to be like that? Related posts are getting cached too? Or is it a bug?

    And one more thing: recently I offered 2 improvements. So I want to remind about them:

    1 — Please, remove !important for “text-decoration: underline” in your styles.html file. Me and other users of your plugin can’t override this rule in our own style.css file, so we have to edit your file every time the plugin is updated.

    2 — Please, add the ability to consider subcategories and subsubcategories as a priority in your plugin. Because I have an hierarchy on my website, that contains categories, subcategories and subsubcategories. And your plugin always shows randomly everything from the category. It worsens users involvement in articles, because they don’t always see related posts. Yarpp has an option to only show posts, that have at least 1 more category in common. So it would be great, if you add something like that too.

    Thanks in advance for an answer!

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  • Plugin Contributor IntellyWP

    (@intellywp)

    Hello

    The related posts are not cached, could you please save again the plugin settings?

    About the point 1 and 2, thanks for your suggestions, we will keep it in mind for a next version of our plugin

    Cheers

    Thread Starter George

    (@giorgos93)

    I did, what you asked me to do, but it didn’t help. And I forgot to mention: related posts do change, when I am logged-in as admin. When I try to change them in incognito mode, or when I am not logged-in, they stay the same.

    Plugin Contributor IntellyWP

    (@intellywp)

    Hello

    have you installed a cache plugin or a CDN system like Cloudflare?

    Thank you

    Thread Starter George

    (@giorgos93)

    I don’t have CDN. But I do have a cache plugin (WP Speed of Light).

    Plugin Contributor IntellyWP

    (@intellywp)

    Hello

    the issue is generated by WP Speed of Light plugin, i installed and configured successfully a different plugin like WP Super Cache

    Could you please contact the support of WP Speed of Light plugin?

    Thank you

    Thread Starter George

    (@giorgos93)

    But did you try to install my cache plugin, so you could recreate the issue? Because it can be any other reason.

    Plugin Contributor IntellyWP

    (@intellywp)

    Hello

    yes, i installed the same plugin to recreate the issue, after the installation the related posts are not changing at page refresh

    Best regards

    Thread Starter George

    (@giorgos93)

    Hi. I’ve just switched cache plugin to another (WP Fastest Cache) and the problem still occurs. I don’t think, that two completely different cache plugins have the same problem.

    I used WP Fastest Cache for a couple years before, along with your plugin. And I don’t remember having the same problem with not changing related posts.

    So maybe it’s something from your side?

    Plugin Contributor IntellyWP

    (@intellywp)

    Hello

    we are sorry for the inconvenience, we are checking this issue right now

    Thanks for your patience

    Plugin Contributor IntellyWP

    (@intellywp)

    Hello

    It’s not a bug, if you use a cache plugin, IRP can’t change the links on the page

    You could install WP Super Cache as suggested, i think this plugin includes a feature to generate again the cache, if the content is changed`

    Cheers

    Thread Starter George

    (@giorgos93)

    Well, I tried to use my plugin’s option to exclude css and js from caching, and tried to insert your plugin’s folder there, but it didn’t help. Probably, because your styles are in .html file, right? And my plugin can only exclude js and css. Too bad.

    Plugin Contributor IntellyWP

    (@intellywp)

    Hello

    It doesn’t work because we use the native wp hook called the_content to put the related posts inside the post content

    Regards

    • This reply was modified 8 months, 1 week ago by IntellyWP.
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