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  • Resolved Joelle

    (@joelle)


    Hello! I’m trying to figure out three things:

    1. The class=”whatever” doesn’t seem to be working. I copied it right from your example: field=”div=start;class=”release_list”;div=end;” but that doesn’t seem to be working. Its not applying my class to the div.

    2. I was curious if it’s possible to show the taxonomy somehow? Not filter by taxonomy, but actually display the taxonomy it’s part of under the title or whatever, like a blog post might. (like you’re showing the author now, but the taxonomy)

    3. I can hide this with CSS, but is it possible to *not* include an image, even if there is one? Like to show the future posts in a list?

    Thank you!

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  • Here it is! 🙂

    Plugin Author jdalmeida

    (@jdalmeida)

    it’s the same code with a major change in one of the lines, in order to support other post status like draft, private and so on.

    it’s working fine here, either for regular and custom posts, either published, future or whatever, logged or not.

    i need to look at the line more closely. are you sure you didn’t test with the snipet and the plugin altoguether? it might be messy if both functions are running in parallel.

    Plugin Author jdalmeida

    (@jdalmeida)

    hi joelle,

    please update to v1.35.

    make sure:

    1. to remove that snipet before testing.

    2. clear your browser’s cache before reload. or do a hard refresh.

    then report to me. hope it’s fixed. 8-|

    Hello! Sorry so quiet, been super busy. 😉

    I was able to get the permalinks to load without the additional snippet or any additional plugin, so we’re good to go there.

    Thank you so much for all the improvements.

    Plugin Author jdalmeida

    (@jdalmeida)

    great! i’m very happy everything goes well now.

    JdA

    Alas…

    Plugin could not be activated because it triggered a fatal error.
    
    Parse error: syntax error, unexpected '[' in /home/cassiecl/public_html/wp-content/plugins/the-future-posts/includes/main.php on line 404
    Plugin Author jdalmeida

    (@jdalmeida)

    can you tell me which version of PHP is installed?

    Plugin Author jdalmeida

    (@jdalmeida)

    joelle, please tell me the PHP versions on both Glynn and on this new site you’re trying to install.

    Plugin Author jdalmeida

    (@jdalmeida)

    and both versions of WordPress too.

    thanks.

    p.s.: i think the problem is related either to PHP or WP versions.

    Both clients are using WP 4.9.8.
    the one where I get the error is using PHP version: 5.6.30
    the one where it works (glynn) is PHP version: 7.0.30

    Plugin Author jdalmeida

    (@jdalmeida)

    are you sure it’s v5.6.30?

    i cannot test it with such version, but i tested it with prior versions and things worked fine. see bellow.

    so, update PHP to v7.x and i think you will be fine.

    = 1.37 – 2018-08-07 =
    * The sintax error on main.php line 390 seems to be a PHP problem afterall. Not a code bug. I successfully tested it with PHP v5.4.45, v5.5.38, v5.6.20, v7.0.3, v7.1.4 and v7.2.0. I unsuccessfully tested it with v5.2.4, v5.2.17 and v5.3.29. Furthermore, a customer reported the problem with PHP v5.6.30. Solution: update PHP to a more recent version like v7.0.3 and hopefully the problem should disapear.

    I put in a ticket with my host to move it to a server with 7. I’ll report back when it’s done. 🙂

    Plugin Author jdalmeida

    (@jdalmeida)

    ok!

    YASSSS! It activated without a hitch. 🙂 Perfecto!

    Plugin Author jdalmeida

    (@jdalmeida)

    great great! 🙂

    best,
    JdA

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