Support » Plugin: Tag Groups » {count} with custom post type ?

  • Resolved welshfg

    (@welshfg)


    Hi

    I use the free version and it’s quite enough for me till now. It works fine !
    Here is my situation :
    – I made a custom taxonomy using CPT plugin
    – this taxonomy can be added to posts, pages and medias
    – I add only medias to which I add taxonomy item (eg I add picture1.jpg with the taxonomy value “Welsh”
    – I made a group of tags (eg called MyGroup)
    – I link “Welsh” taxonomy value to the “MyGroup” group

    When I list (with a Gutenberg block or short code) the tag groups with {count} in append, I got :
    – tag group : MyGroup
    – item : Welsh
    – count : 0 instead of 1…

    Am I missing something ?
    Thanks in advance

    Fred

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  • Plugin Author Chris

    (@camthor)

    Hi,

    You could first try the buttons on the Troubleshooting page if that helps. Otherwise the post count considers only published posts. I don’t know if images have something like a status that tells if they are published. It’s the first time I hear about someone using images instead of posts. It is also possible that images don’t contribute to the post count since they are not posts.

    Hi Chris

    Thanks for replying.
    I check the status of the media. It’s not pusblished but inherit.
    If I got some time, I wil change this status in the database to check if it changes anything.

    Plugin Author Chris

    (@camthor)

    Hi Fred,

    According to https://developer.wordpress.org/reference/classes/wp_query/#status-parameters “inherit” is used for revisions, but maybe your plugin uses it in a new way (or you might additionally have published posts hidden somewhere). I just prefer not to add “inherit” to the query, otherwise the post count would include all revisions. Changing the status in the database is probably the most promising solution (if these posts are not actually revisions), but you might have to repeat it every time you add new images.

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