Support » Plugin: Podcast Importer SecondLine » Only import podcast and no post content

  • Resolved yewzy

    (@yewzy)


    I’m wondering if it is possible to just import the podcast and none of the description?

    I tried setting truncate to ‘0’ characters but it still imports the whole text (setting it to ‘1’ does truncate it to one character though).

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  • Plugin Author SecondLineThemes

    (@secondlinethemes)

    Hi @yewzy,

    Thanks for using our plugin and for reaching out!
    That’s a fair point, we’ll look into it and see if we can add an option to import no content whatsoever in a future update.

    I’m going to mark this ticket as resolved for now, and will add this to our to-do list.
    Let me know if you have any other questions!

    yewzy

    (@yewzy)

    Thank you! 🙂

    Thanks for an amazing plugin.

    yewzy

    (@yewzy)

    There is a formatting issue that I noticed:

    For anchor.fm imports (with embed audio player), there is a div class of ‘styles__appChildrenContainer___1gAYY’ with min-height: 300px, however the anchor player is only 98px.

    Is there a technical or compatibility reason for the min-height? As currently it is just taking up vertical space.

    Plugin Author SecondLineThemes

    (@secondlinethemes)

    Can you send me a link to a page where this could be seen?
    Not sure it’s the plugin that is adding that.

    yewzy

    (@yewzy)

    Here you go:
    https://msiachild.org/read/yinianjixianshiduodaibiandang/

    All of my podcasts imports have this issue.

    This is how it looks like in the Gutenberg Editor.
    https://imgur.com/a/WCiLof4

    • This reply was modified 2 months ago by yewzy.
    • This reply was modified 2 months ago by yewzy.
    Plugin Author SecondLineThemes

    (@secondlinethemes)

    Hi again,

    OK I see what you mean.
    Basically the Anchor embed player is at 180px height when embedded on a full-width page.

    That’s why we also add some CSS styles within the iframe. If you need to make it shorter, you can probably apply some custom CSS code on top, it should solve the issue.

    yewzy

    (@yewzy)

    Thanks for the clarification. 🙂

    Here’s the CSS I’m using to override it, just placing it here in case others also have this issue:

    iframe {height:100px !important;}

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