Support » Plugin: Worth The Read » Bug: Time Commitment snippet inserted in the wrong place

  • Resolved tlinkowski

    (@tlinkowski)


    I’m using Worth the Read plugin together with WP ULike plugin, and WTR conflicts with it (it happened only recently) by inserting the snippet within the “meta” tag of ULike plugin, like this:

    
    <meta itemprop="name" content="Building Java 6-8 Libraries for JPMS in Gradle<span class=" wtr-time-wrap="" after-title"=""> (<span class="wtr-time-number">6</span> min read)" />
    

    You can see it just next to the “LIKE 1” in the linked blog post.

    • This topic was modified 1 year, 2 months ago by tlinkowski.

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  • Plugin Author brianmcculloh

    (@brianmcculloh)

    You will need to use a different method of placing the time commitment on your site. Either move it from being next to the title to just above or below the content, or place the shortcode manually within your theme wherever you want it to display. But it can’t come as part of the title or it will conflict with your plugin. That’s why we provide the shortcode option as well 🙂

    tlinkowski

    (@tlinkowski)

    I’m sorry, is there a way for me or you to delete the topic?

    I’m not sure how I did it, but somehow I must’ve posted the same thing twice:
    https://wordpress.org/support/topic/bug-time-commitment-snippet-inserted-in-the-wrong-place/

    Plugin Author brianmcculloh

    (@brianmcculloh)

    I just saw your other ticket after this one. No worries. Thanks!

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