Support » Plugin: rtMedia for WordPress, BuddyPress and bbPress » RTMedia – Activity Update Attribute

  • Resolved jcfromkc

    (@jcfromkc)


    I’m using a plugin that allows users to edit their posts just in case they made a mistake. When a user clicks on Edit for a text only post it works great. When they click on Edit for a post that contains an image, video or audio file they see a whole bunch code instead of just the text.

    <div class="rtmedia-activity-container"><ul class="rtmedia-list rtm-activity-media-list rtmedia-activity-media-length-1 rtm-activity-photo-list"><li class="rtmedia-list-item media-type-photo"><a href="http://192.168.1.1/1/bill/media/409/">
    						<div class="rtmedia-item-thumbnail">
    							<img alt="Melissa 065" src="http://192.168.1.1/1/wp-content/uploads/img/members/1/2019/11/Melissa-065-960x721.jpg" />
    						</div>
    						<div class="rtmedia-item-title">
    							
    								Melissa 065
    							
    						</div>
    					</a></li></ul></div>

    I would like to allow the users to edit their text only post and just skip the posts that contain images, videos and audio. In order to skip the RTMedia posts I need to identify the type or some attribute. I’m not able to find this. Can you tell me if RTMedia uses a special post type or attribute so I can tell the plugin I’m using to skip it?

    Thanks.

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  • Plugin Contributor Krupa

    (@krupajnanda)

    Hi @jcfromkc 👋

    I hope you are doing good!

    Sorry for the delay in response!

    > Can you tell me if RTMedia uses a special post type or attribute so I can tell the plugin I’m using to skip it?

    Regarding this, I will need to check with my dev team. I will forward your query to them and will get back to you asap once I hear back from my team.

    Let us know if there is anything else we can assist you with.

    Have a nice day!

    Regards,
    Krupa

    Plugin Contributor Krupa

    (@krupajnanda)

    Hi @jcfromkc,

    Can you tell me if RTMedia uses a special post type or attribute so I can tell the plugin I’m using to skip it?

    I had a word with my team regarding the query. We found that this is the expected behavior only since the markup is itself is the part of the post, so it’s not possible to edit just text content of the activity.

    Do let me know if you have any further queries.

    Regards,
    Krupa

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