Support » Plugin: JP's Get RSS Feed » No Longer with 1.5.0 Upgrade

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  • Plugin Author jp2112

    (@jp2112)

    Can you post the shortcode, your settings and the feed URL?

    RobAC

    (@robac)

    Shortcode: [jp-rss-feed]

    Feed: http://www.vettetube.com/forums/external.php
    Default number of items: 8
    Cache Time: 300
    Default CSS class: jpgetrssfeed
    Show this many characters of item description.: 200

    sdpiowa

    (@sdpiowa)

    Our feeds broke with the upgrade, as well.
    http://christianchampionsinc.com/

    Feed: http://erikloganbill.wordpress.com/feed

    uris

    (@uris)

    Same problem here:
    http://www.urisberg.de/

    Feed: http://feeds.feedburner.com/suedkurier-konstanz

    Deleting and newly installing the plugin didn’t help.

    Shortcode: [jp-rss-feed]
    PHP Version 5.4.26-nmm1
    WordPress 3.8.2

    piouseye

    (@piouseye)

    After upgrading this and a few other plugins simultaneously, my site stopped displaying on the Web. During one-plugin-at-a-time reinstallation (through my Web host, since I lacked access to the WordPress Dashboard) and reactivation, I got the following WordPress message when I attempted to activate this plugin: “Parse error: syntax error, unexpected T_FUNCTION in …. jp_get_rss_feed_items.php on line 704.

    tangowhisky37

    (@tangowhisky37)

    That’s right, the plugin has completely stopped working. All i can see on the pages is the actual wordpress short code.

    The fix seems to have broken the plugin un-fortunately.

    Cheers,
    Trevor

    Plugin Author jp2112

    (@jp2112)

    This issue was addressed in the latest version, please update and let me know if this issue is still occurring.

    The plugin can now be activated and usually displays the feed as before. However, it is unusually slow and sometimes fails to load. This may be a site issue rather than due to your plugin. Any other plugin users reporting problems?

    Plugin Author jp2112

    (@jp2112)

    @piouseye This may be related to the individual feed being pulled. If this is still an issue, please start a new thread. Thx

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