Support » Plugin: Schema Creator by Raven » [schema type="null" ]

  • Resolved Zara Walsh



    Nice plugin. I had a CSV 2 POST premium user request that I provide schema support. It would be in an auto-blogging fashion so users would need to pair up columns of data with each attribute in the scheme.

    New to schema myself so I started with your plugin.

    Then found…
    [schema type=”null” ]

    It led to some troubleshooting and I discovered these lines to be the cause…

    They also cause the media up-loader to return failure and a lot of users are having that issue right now. Might be one of the causes, hopefully it is the only cause.

    Anyway I thought I would help you out.

    I’m looking at your plugin and considering integration then promoting your plugin along with CSV 2 POST. Makes more sense to integrate it and not have another author managing the schemas right. However I need to figure out what my users want, need and if it will work. It should do though.

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  • Plugin Author Andrew Norcross


    the plugin is built to have user entry of the data, and creates a shortcode (which then spits out the markup to avoid having the visual editor break it).

    If you are using an import function (CSV or otherwise) then the content portion would have to have the properly constructed shortcode in it, or an additional function to parse extra data into the shortcode. However, I’m not sure how the importer would know where to place the shortcode, since it can be done anywhere within the content.

    at this time, I don’t plan on building any sort of auto-creation functionality, since the point is for specific details per user.

    This post was mainly about the null value appearing and helping you possibly find the cause should anyone complain about null appearing in the short-code.

    We are going ahead with schemes in CSV 2 POST but will not integrate your plugin.

    The user will place a short-code or a marker of some type in a template, which is used to mass generate posts. The short-code or marker can do anything, including generate a scheme based on the data. It will even use different schemas automatically where a user has a mix of data that requires such.

    Should not be difficult. The issue we were considering is maintaining the schemas however I think the community will help with that.

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