Support » Plugin: upPrev — Next Post Slide-in Box » [Plugin: upPrev Previous Post Animated Notification] Not working after new update

  • Hi I just saw that there is a new update for this plugin and I updated to see whats new. Then when I checked my site, i see it nowhere, it has stopped working, I tried changing the ID and also disabling other plugins. But no help. it doesn’t work.

    Then I replaced the plugin files from an old backup file.

    Now it started working but i’m on old version.
    You can checkout my site and open any post to see that it works.

    I see that in the new version, there are some additional features like post thumbnail integrated into the slider.

    I would love to have the new version, It would be great if anyone can suggest me a solution.

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  • Plugin Contributor Grzegorz Krzyminski



    As far as I see it should work. This is some copy of your page with a static copy of upPrev: (the problem shouldn’t be related to css nor javascript)

    upPrev 1.4.0 has a modified stylesheet. Before updating you can even try to exclude this from W3TC.

    If you need farther help, do not disable new version until I check your website. You may write directly to me at my email address (you will find it at my website) to get faster response.

    Thanks for the quick reply !

    I see, so let me install the new version and exclude the css and js from the W3TC minify.

    So that you can check whats wrong with it. By the time you read this response, the Plugin should be active. Hopefully you can fix the bug.

    Plugin Contributor Grzegorz Krzyminski


    OK, try to download this zip archive:

    It contains upprev.php file. Replace the original one, and let us know does it resolved an issue.

    The problem is caused by combined scripts which contain jQuery and it’s loaded in footer, before upPrev script. I hope additional dependencies for loading upPrev script will resolve it.

    I did overwrite the upprev.php file with the new one, but it didn’t resolve the issue 🙁

    Plugin Contributor Grzegorz Krzyminski


    Another try.. extract this one and replace it: (This one puts upPrev script in footer).

    I’ve now replaced it, but didn’t see any change. Maybe my browser cache. Can you check and confirm if its working there?

    Plugin Contributor Grzegorz Krzyminski


    Currently we have different issue.

    The upPrev script doesn’t appear at all. I personally hate W3TC. It makes me crazy not only with this plugin, but even then when I’m fixing templates for people. Why? Because if I remember it can cache the whole website, so farther changes are not visible until deleting the cache.

    One more idea. You can edit upprev.php by your own: At line #82 you will find:

    Replace it with:

    I just want to check is it possible that it doesn’t appear due to additional dependencies.

    I have cleared the cache and remove “jquery” from that line.
    Wonderful! It works now 🙂 Thank for your help

    Now, i wanted to make the title H4. I did it in the old version. It seems that things have changed. I can’t figure out which line was the title.

    Plugin Contributor Grzegorz Krzyminski


    Do you have in mind the title of the previous post link?

    Use bellow selectors to change font, color, etc.

    #upprev_box .upprev_excerpt p a {
    /* === Previous Post Link === */

    #upprev_box .upprev_excerpt p a:hover {
    /* === Previous Post Link: mouse over === */

    #upprev_box .upprev_excerpt p a:visited {
    /* === Previous Post Link: visited === */

    I’m sorry for the confusion. I just wanted to add a <H5> heading tag to the slide title link. I was wondering how I would do that

    Plugin Contributor Grzegorz Krzyminski


    At line #50 you can find:
    previous_post_link('%link','%title', true);

    You may replace it with:
    previous_post_link('%link','<h5>%title</h5>', true);

    Awesome! thanks.
    I would suggest you add this feature in the plugin to allow users to customize the title heading tags

    Plugin Contributor Grzegorz Krzyminski


    They can do this by changing a stylesheet.

    You should get exactly the same effect using mentioned previously css selectors and css properties from h5, like

    #upprev_box .upprev_excerpt p a {font-family:"Palatino Linotype", Georgia, Serif;font-size:140%;font-weight:bold;margin:.5em 0 .2em;letter-spacing:-0.02em; background: #E3F0F2 url( center no-repeat; border: 1px solid #66CCCC; background-position: 7px 50%; text-align: left; padding: 10px 10px 10px 45px; -moz-border-radius-bottomleft:4px; -moz-border-radius-bottomright:4px; -moz-border-radius-topleft:4px; -moz-border-radius-topright:4px; -webkit-border-top-left-radius:4px; -webkit-border-top-right-radius:4px; -webkit-border-bottom-left-radius:4px; -webkit-border-bottom-right-radius:4px;position:relative;-webkit-box-shadow:2px 2px 10px 2px silver;-moz-box-shadow:2px 2px 10px 2px silver}

    By adding an option “What tag you want to nest a title in”, probably we were going to do add such options to all elements… more in, categories, post amounts, excerpt, where everything can be done by modifying a stylesheet.

    I just found a bug.
    It is showing wrong excepts. I mean, the description is not taken from the previous post. I appears to be from some other post.
    You can check this post and scroll down.

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