Support » Plugin: Custom Author Byline » Try to filter all author-related queries

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  • Hi Mark,

    I was wondering if you sorted this issue yet. I’m working on a website using Custom Author Byline with the Volcano Theme and I’ve run into the same problem you’ve mentioned above. The custom author byline under the entry title works perfectly, however, the meta info (byline, author gravatar,and bio) in the left column and at the bottom of the post remain the standard author meta, not custom.

    I was wondering if you figure this out yet. Is there a line I could add to the plugin’s .php file so it will apply to all author related functions?

    Please let me know, under deadline.

    Thanks,

    GJ

    I am also having this issue with the plugin. The custom byline links to the admin user’s author page, not to the URL that I’ve entered via the plugin.

    It doesn’t seem like the original developer is very active with the plugin. I wonder: would a fork be a good idea?

    I can also think of some extra functionality that might be worthwhile, in addition to this fix, such as the ability to add a custom bio, or other bio information, without having to create a fullblown user.

    I am also seeing this problem. I enter the Custom Author Byline and URL information for the Post. When it publishes, the top of the post shows the custom author byline but the bottom of the post shows the poster’s avatar and bio information instead of the custom author’s.

    Is there a way to add an email field for the custom author and have it override the email for the poster so the correct avatar is displayed?

    It would be useful to have an additional field that we could use to enter the custom author’s bio info and have it override the poster’s author meta.

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