[resolved] Links in Digest (6 posts)

  1. abulsmeabulsmecom
    Posted 2 years ago #

    When I did the autoupgrade to the latest version of Subscribe2, the digest emails I've been sending successfully forwever all of a sudden now just have a list of my headlines, WITHOUT the links to each one.

    In my template, I was just using {TABLELINKS}.

    This had produced something like:

    * Day with Dad

    * @abulsme tweets from 2012-12-12 (UTC)

    Now it produces something like:
    * Sam's Sleep and the Election
    * @abulsme tweets from 2012-12-14 (UTC)
    * Curmudgeon's Corner: Don't Follow the GPS

    No links.

    I tried editing the template and trying a few things, but nothing I tried resulted in the links returning.

    Any ideas?


  2. mattyrob
    Posted 2 years ago #


    Have you always used the free version or in the past have you been using the paid HTML version?

  3. abulsmeabulsmecom
    Posted 2 years ago #

    I have always been using the free version.

  4. mattyrob
    Posted 2 years ago #


    Thanks for the extra piece of information, I compared the last version and this one and found that the introduction of {TINYLINK} support to the digest posts has caused this issue. I'll get it fixed for the next version of the code.

    If you need a fix now grab the updated class-s2-core.php file from the repository:

  5. abulsmeabulsmecom
    Posted 2 years ago #

    Thank you! I may do that if it is going to be awhile until the next version comes out.

    For the record, I also tried to use {TINYLINK} since the change log says it will now work in the digests as well.

    I used {TABLE}{TINYLINK} and got exactly the same results as just {TABLE} alone. And just {TABLELINK} got nothing at all.

    What is the right way to use {TINYLINK} in a digest?

    (Note: I'm just judging by the send preview at the moment for the above, I haven't waited long enough to see if a regular daily digest would have the same results.)

  6. mattyrob
    Posted 2 years ago #


    The {TINYLINK} keyword can be placed anywhere in the template and should result in shortened URL links in the body of the post content and also in the TABLELINKS.

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