Support » Plugin: RSS Just Better » Great plugin, but have a question about WP Post Title

  • Love the plugin, works like a charm and thank you so much for creating this. It’s people like you that help WP be such an awesome platform.

    Now to the question – I’m using the shortcode to display feed items, for example:

    [RSSjb location=”us” local=”” topic=”” gsearch=”Tsunami” filter=”” num=”5″ ltime=”” list=”ul” target=”_blank” pubdate=”false” pubtime=”false” dformat=”” tformat=”” pubauthor=”false” excerpt=”false” charex=”50″ title=”” link=”false” sort=”false” cachefeed=”3600″]

    This works fine, except, each and every post I have on WP with this code in it shows feed items for “Tsunami”. I’m using this plugin but having feed items show at the bottom of each post.

    What I’d like to do is display the feed items using the shortcode above, but have the WP Post Title dynamically populate the feed items with the actual post title.

    Example:

    [RSSjb location=”us” local=”” topic=”” gsearch=”$title” filter=”” num=”5″ ltime=”” list=”ul” target=”_blank” pubdate=”false” pubtime=”false” dformat=”” tformat=”” pubauthor=”false” excerpt=”false” charex=”50″ title=”” link=”false” sort=”false” cachefeed=”3600″]

    However, when do things like “$title” or ” . $title . ” nothing seems to work, no matter how I try different variations of the wordpress title variable. You can see the codex here, but I can’t insert the PHP code within the shortcode, which is wrapped already in PHP.

    http://codex.wordpress.org/Function_Reference/single_post_title

    Any idea what the WP post title variable should be, and how to insert it into the shortcode to get the post to pull in the post title into the gsearch keyword?

    Thanks, David.

    https://wordpress.org/plugins/rss-just-better/

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