Support » Plugin: GamiPress » Shortcodes not visible for guests???

  • Resolved m1000

    (@m1000)


    Hello,

    Why for example the [gamipress_achievements] shortcode is visible for members only? How to make it visible for unlogged visitors?

    [gamipress_achievements type="all" filter="no" search="no" title="no" points_awarded="no" excerpt="no" times_earned="no" steps="no" toggle="no" unlock_button="unlock_button" layout="none" current_user="no" user_id="' . bp_displayed_user_id() . '"]

    • This topic was modified 8 months, 2 weeks ago by m1000.
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  • Plugin Author rubengc

    (@rubengc)

    Hi @m1000

    GamiPress just will prevent to render any shortcode when you set the attribute “current_user” to “yes” since current user is a guest

    But if you set it to “no” and you bring a user ID then all this shortcodes will render the specific user information

    Hope it helps

    Best regards

    As you can see in my previous post I already added current_user=”no” and user_id=”‘ . bp_displayed_user_id() . ‘”
    Even if I use fixed value
    user_id="1"
    it displays achievements for logged in members only.

    I see where is the source of problem. Your plugin displays user-has-not-earned class for all achievements and ranks when user is not logged. Please take a look on the screenshot:

    https://i.imgur.com/N6YoEOS.png

    Plugin Author rubengc

    (@rubengc)

    Hi @m1000

    The user-has-not-earned class doesn’t hides the achievement, just adds a small opacity on it’s image so if achievements with this class aren’t getting displayed then check if you have added custom CSS

    About this class after a deep check we just find that GamiPress incorrectly set all achievements to not earned when user is not logged in to all achievements (instead of display the earned status of the user you pass on the shortcode)

    We targeted this bug and a fix will releas on the next update

    Thank you so much for your report

    Best regards

    It looks like the fix is very easy, there should be removed

    is_user_logged_in() &&

    in the wp-content/plugins/gamipress/templates/achievement.php:16

    Plugin Author rubengc

    (@rubengc)

    Hi @m1000

    Yes, exactly, but we need to include it on an update in order to apply this fix on all installs

    You can edit the plugin files right now since on the next update you will get exactly the same fix so you won’t lose the change

    If you want to make you own edits to those templates, remember that GamiPress includes a template system to let you safe override any template

    Best regards

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