Support » Plugin: Team Rosters » Featured image missing in admin

  • Resolved Rvzo


    My featured image option is suddenly missing in the entire admin of my WordPress.

    I found out it is due the plugin of Team Rosters. I believe this bug started today after the update to version 2.0.1. Is there something I can do to fix this problem. I didn’t have this problem with the previous version of the Team Rosters.

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  • I have uploaded an old version of mstw-team-rosters-admin.php and now the featured image box is back in my admin.

    Same problem with my website

    Plugin Author Mark O'Donnell


    Hi Rvzo and warninglabel,

    The line that is causing problems is 66 in mstw-team-rosters-admin.php. I added it because some themes deactivate the Featured Image meta box. It did not deactivate that box for any other post types in Twenty Eleven.

    If it was working for you before, you can remark that line out, or just remove the array as the second argument in add_theme_support() in line 70. (I’d prefer you try the latter first and let me know if that works for you, in which case I’ll make that change for the next release. What theme are you using btw?)

    Thanks for finding this.


    I’m Using u-design theme, Ok if I take the line out, I don’t get the feature image in the add a player page, but I do in add a post ect.

    Plugin Author Mark O'Donnell


    Ok, thanks. So the theme is messing with the featured images. You can either:

    a. Look for where the theme calls add_theme_support(‘post-thumbnails’ … ), probably in functions.php and add ‘player’ to the list there. OR

    b. add post (and possibly page) to line 70

    add_theme_support( 'post-thumbnails', array( 'post', 'page', 'player' ) );


    Thanks mark it worked and great plugin, how hard would it be to convert it to a soccer format. like

    Add these in the form
    GP = Games played
    GS = Game Starts
    G = Goals
    A = Assists
    SOG = Shots on Goal
    Pts = Formula: Gx2+A

    Thanks for the help

    Plugin Author Mark O'Donnell


    Cool. If the plugin is great you can:
    a. Rate it 5 stars and write a nice review on WordPress.
    b. Buy me coffee! 🙂

    To me what you are describing is more a stats plugin than a roster plugin. A number of high school coaches have told me that they really aren’t very interested in posting stats. Why tell the opponent who your #1 scorer is? Let them come and scout you. Others post stats on MaxPreps. So I’ve left it that you can put that information in the Player Bio if you want to.

    But you never know, a stats plugin might be in the future as part of the MSTW framework. [Particularly if I have enough coffee to stay up late at night. 🙂 ]

    Good luck.

    I understand the reasoning behind the coaches, but it’s opposite for my son. He looks at the stats and pushes himself to stay ahead in soccer. Is there anyway I can make the other field a clickable link to a gallery of photos of the player?

    BTW, thanks you for your quick responses, some plugins it takes weeks

    Plugin Author Mark O'Donnell


    Yup, you certainly could. It would take some coding on front end but it would be too hard to put a URL there and then add a link wherever you want in the UI.


    I have tried both options above, however neither work for me…. any ideas?

    Temporary fix… installed this, but need a long term fix

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