Support » Plugin: Subtitles » Compatibility with 5.0

  • altferguson

    (@altferguson)


    5.0 introduces some drastic UI changes in the admin. The subtitle field no longer shows up by default. Will this plugin be updated to support that version?

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  • Thanks for responding @ib4s but I don’t understand I’ afraid…
    I used your plugin to migrate the database in which it succeeded because I’ve subtitles in the post editor with the WP-Subtitle plugin but the last part I don’t understand.
    Why is wp-subtitle plugin not showing them in the frontend by default?
    I’ll go the author of wp-subtitle and ask there I suppose 🙂
    Greetings,

    Plugin Author Philip Arthur Moore

    (@philiparthurmoore)

    Both have a ”the_subtitle” function but with different implementations.

    In short, our plugin automatically works inside the Loop and if you want to use it elsewhere then you’d need to manually insert it into your template.

    It is possible to actually override pretty much every single function in the plugin. All that documentation is here.

    Cheers,
    Philip

    Plugin Author Philip Arthur Moore

    (@philiparthurmoore)

    Guys, slowly crawling back into post-newborn life. Will work on this soonest. Please pay attention to the WordPress version requirements if you’re going to use this in production.

    When I’m done fixing the block compatibility and API endpoints I’ll post an update.

    Thanks.

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