Support » Plugin: Site Reviews » Multiple Products no PriceRange

  • Resolved iromek

    (@iromek)


    Hey guys,

    first of all, this really is an epic plugin! There are just a view questions left.

    1. I have two products on my website, no WooCommerce. For each product I created a separate site. So I have 2 sites with products.

    You can rent all two products in 3 different packs.
    Site: link from above for product 1.
    Product: Pack A 199€, Pack B, 299€, Pack C 399€

    What I did is, that I created two categories.

    So for the category “fotobox” the price range from 199 – 399 is perfect but I have another Product, starting from 479 to 879, so I can’t set the range in the general settings.

    On the site above I pasted this code [site_reviews category=”FotoBox” schema=”true”] and it is working quite well.

    When I enter this code with the second category “FotoSpiegel” on the other page, to rate this product, the prince range is still the same in the testing tool.

    How can I fix this.

    In conclusion:

    So I want all the Ratings for Product A und Page A and alle the rating of product B on page B. On Page C (Homepage) I want to show the summary of all ratings. (are there any problems with google?) Or is there a way to ask for which product you want to rate?

    Wow this is a long text… sorry for that! Hope you guys can help me.

    Best regards from Germany,
    iRomeK

    The page I need help with: [log in to see the link]

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  • Plugin Author Gemini Labs

    (@geminilabs)

    The schema options in the settings will be the defaults. You can override any of them on your product pages using the Custom Fields meta box that WordPress provides.

    So I want all the Ratings for Product A und Page A and alle the rating of product B on page B. On Page C (Homepage) I want to show the summary of all ratings. (are there any problems with google?) Or is there a way to ask for which product you want to rate?

    Then you can do this:

    Page A:

    [site_reviews_summary category="product-a"]
    [site_reviews category="product-a" schema="true"]

    Page B:

    [site_reviews_summary category="product-b"]
    [site_reviews category="product-b" schema="true"]

    Homepage:
    [site_reviews_summary]

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 2 months ago by Gemini Labs.
    • This reply was modified 1 year, 2 months ago by Gemini Labs.
    Thread Starter iromek

    (@iromek)

    Yaaayyyy….you guys are awesome! Thank you very much – for the testing tool it works now. Let’s see if the stars will appear in Google 🙂

    Now for perfection:

    Is there a way to link the reviews in [site_reviews_summary] to the specific review? When you click on for example on “5 Stars”?

    Is it possible, that the reviews shown are limited to for example 3 and then there will appear a “load more” button to read more reviews?

    You really helped me a lot!

    And just for understanding, the Testing tool displayed “SKU, Brand, offerCount and one more” as warning but “optional”. So this won’t affect the stars to appear right?

    And now, have a nice weekend and 5 Stars for you!

    best regards,
    iRomeL

    Plugin Author Gemini Labs

    (@geminilabs)

    Is there a way to link the reviews in [site_reviews_summary] to the specific review? When you click on for example on “5 Stars”?

    This is not currently possible.

    Is it possible, that the reviews shown are limited to for example 3 and then there will appear a “load more” button to read more reviews?

    [site_reviews display=3 pagination=ajax]

    Please see the Help > Shortcodes page for more info.

    And just for understanding, the Testing tool displayed “SKU, Brand, offerCount and one more” as warning but “optional”. So this won’t affect the stars to appear right?

    It shouldn’t. Please also see the Help > FAQ page which explains how to add additional properties to the generated schema.

    Thread Starter iromek

    (@iromek)

    Hey Guys,

    thank you again very much. I love this plugin! 🙂

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