I have the most recent release of each plugin. There seems to be a conflict between SFC Like button module, and powerpress player. But it is a strange conflict. When I activate the Like button, the player disappears….. but only on single view. Both plugins coexist quite nicely on index/blog view. http://www.rvoodoo.com/mix-of-the-moment/mix-of-the-moment-d_t_r/ is an example that should have both. Currently the Like button is deactivated as I really need my player.
Any ideas what could be causing the conflict? Or more importantly, and confusingly, why the conflict only exists on single view and not blog view?
Hmmm…Only the auto insert is broken….
<?php if(function_exists('the_powerpress_content') ) : ?> <?php the_powerpress_content() ?> <?php endif; ?>
added to my templates, and turning off auto media player fixes it all. So disregard this thread….. I wish I would think harder before posting!!
We’ve discussed this issue on the Blubrry forums. Please visit the following link for more details: http://forum.blubrry.com/index.php/topic,2417.msg5947.html#msg5947
I don’t understand why that would make any difference. What sort of magic hoodoo voodoo is this player plugin trying to do?
All the Like plugin does to modify the content is to append stuff to the beginning or end (or both) of it. That’s it. It doesn’t modify the content of your player code. So that shouldn’t make any difference.
Otto, I don’t know what is causing the problem, but I do know the simple facebook connect plugin adds its content to the post content at priority level 30. If you want PowerPress to add content after the SFC plugin, you can add the following define, as I described in the Blubrry forum linked above.
define('POWERPRESS_CONTENT_ACTION_PRIORITY', 40 );
Note the value of 40, which makes PowerPress add content after 0-39.
Oh, no, I get that. I’m just curious as to what the plugin is doing/adding to the content.
I think Rev. Voodoo figured it out, if you click that link, you can see PowerPress play/download content plus the like button below that.
my solution was to just place the powerpress player manually.
Its strange, because I was already placing the Like button manually, so you wouldn’t think the priority thing would be an issue.
But now I’ve placed everything manually in my theme (which looks better anyway) and all is well. Thanks for looking into this
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