Support » Plugin: Contextual Related Posts » Custom Post Types messed up CRP title

  • Resolved Laura

    (@wootlala)


    Hi there!

    So, I’m not exactly sure when this happened (I apologize) – but I just noticed that CRP is no longer working well on my default post types or old custom post types. It’s only working perfectly on a newly created custom post type.

    1. I set up CRP and it worked great initially, even with a few CPTs already in place.
    2. I used my website regularly and often, but have not added new plugins or changed theme since I added CRP.
    3. I did, however, open up a new custom post type and used that new post type. I also created an archives page for the new post type.
    4. At some point, the new custom post types display correctly, but the default post type and old custom types now display funky.

    If you can give me an idea of how to fix this (it’s using the same CSS for all examples below)… I’d really appreciate any help!

    Here’s an example of a default post: http://laurafolio.com/dog-park-2/
    Here’s an example of a custom post type (different than the newly created CPT): http://laurafolio.com/resource/primary-fishy-set-free-vector-stock/
    and here’s an example of a custom post (this is how they all used to look): http://laurafolio.com/article/get-full-time-web-design-frontend-developer-job-2016/

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  • Plugin Author Ajay

    (@ajay)

    Could you please clear the cache in the settings page?

    Laura

    (@wootlala)

    Excellent! Thanks Ajay, that worked perfectly. Now I know what to do when I create a new CPT.

    Laura

    (@wootlala)

    Just thought I’d mention that I’ve included your plugin in my best WordPress resources of 2016 lineup; here’s that post: http://laurafolio.com/article/best-wordpress-website-resources-2016/

    Really appreciate your time, thanks Ajay!

    Plugin Author Ajay

    (@ajay)

    Thank you!

    You shouldn’t need to keep clearly the cache in the future. The upgrade changed the structure of the HTML markup which is why it didn’t work with the cached output.

    Laura

    (@wootlala)

    Aha! Gotcha, sorry if I missed a notice!

    Plugin Author Ajay

    (@ajay)

    It was only in the blog post on my site. So, no issues.

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