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[resolved] Score (among those related): avg 0, sd 0 + yarpp-related-none... Me too ! (3 posts)

  1. Jean-Marc Liotier
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Sorry for being the latest clueless user with that class of problem...

    Versions :
    - WordPress 3.3.2 (3.3.2+dfsg-1~squeeze1 Debian package)
    - YARPP 4.0.5

    Actions :
    - Deactivated YARPP
    - Installed version 4.0.5
    - Cache flushed & rebuilt
    - Installed YARPP Experiments
    + more flushing & rebuilding, including after deactivating, removing YARPP, dropping the _yarpp_related_cache table, installing & activating

    Results (always reproduced) :
    - Score (among those related): avg 0, sd 0
    - pages contain <div class='yarpp-related yarpp-related-none'>
    - The _yarpp_related_cache table's score field contains '0' for every record

    I tried passing a threshold of '0' to the Dingus, but found no change in behavior.

    YARPP used to work for the same site, with a previous WordPress version and/or a previous YARPP version... I miss my YARPP !

    What tests should I now attempt ?

    Also, is it just me or the YARPP options admin page exposes less parameters than it used to a long time ago ?

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/yet-another-related-posts-plugin/

  2. mitcho (Michael Yoshitaka Erlewine)
    Member
    Plugin Author

    Posted 1 year ago #

    You're right that the YARPP settings shows fewer options by default, but you can get them back. Go to the "screen options" tab in the corner of the screen. That will give you your options back, and most likely (hopefully) lowering the match threshold and/or considering more criteria will help.

  3. Jean-Marc Liotier
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    I had not seen that "screen options" tab... Now, after having activated and tweaked "The Pool" and "Relatedness option" I have a perfectly working YARPP - thank you !

    Maybe those two should be displayed by default.

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