Support » Plugin: Multipage Plugin » Shortcode button missing

  • Resolved mmubashar

    (@mmubashar)



    Hi Sergio,

    Great plugin! I’m having an issue. When I’m logged in as admin, I get a shortcode button in the editor. But when I’m logged in as other roles (editor or author), the button does not show.

    Any idea why?

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  • Plugin Author Sergio de Falco

    (@sgr33n)

    Hi, thanks!
    Editors should have the button. Could you confirm?
    Unfortunately I’m currently rewriting the whole plugin, so I don’t know if I could change the current version, but I could implement a way on the new version to select the minimum role to view the tiny MCE button.

    mmubashar

    (@mmubashar)

    Hi Sergio,

    I confirm that the button is NOT visible for editors too. Only Administrators see the button so far. That’s okay, having it in a new version will suffice nevertheless. For now we can just use manual shortcode I guess 🙂

    If you are building a new version, I have a few suggestions:

    1. Please add the possibility to have the index table on BOTH top and bottom of the posts too yeah (I know it’s already suggested, take it as another vote) 🙂

    2. Custom page labels with options for different custom post types. For example, if we have a “feature” custom post type, this could have a totally different page label like “feature 1: Storage”, etc.

    3. Custom header title for table of content. This would be very useful.

    Love the plugin. Will definitely support its development 🙂

    Plugin Author Sergio de Falco

    (@sgr33n)

    Thanks 🙂

    mmubashar

    (@mmubashar)

    Hi Sergio,

    Another feedback since you are working on a new version. Could you add anchor tags to the links? When we jump to the new page, it really helps to have it immediately scroll to the content area especially on responsive sites in mobile view.

    Plugin Author Sergio de Falco

    (@sgr33n)

    if you add toc to the shortcode you should scroll automatically to the table of content.

    mmubashar

    (@mmubashar)

    Hi Sergio,

    Not sure I understood what you meant. But I was referring to the links generated by multipages (the next page link and the link in the TOC).

    When we click on this links, it only takes us to the respective page. It would be convenient if it takes to the next page and jumps to the section, skipping the site header etc. As long as we can implement a #hashtag at the end of the URL, we should be able to use anchors.

    mmubashar

    (@mmubashar)

    Adding these hashtag anchors will also solve your permalink problem that yoh were having. It would be semantic and SEO friendly too.

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