Support » Plugin: News & Blog Designer Pack for WordPress » show_tags=”false” not working

  • Resolved aakrealtor

    (@aakrealtor)


    This is the short code I am using: [bdp_masonry limit=”-1″ design=”design-1″ show_tags=”false” content_words_limit=”40″ show_author=”false”]

    Can you tell me why tags are still showing?

    Thanks.

    The page I need help with: [log in to see the link]

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  • Plugin Author pluginandplay

    (@pluginandplay)

    Hi @aakrealtor

    It looks like that there may be an issue with shortcode double quote.

    Sometime what happens when we copy the shortcode and paste it in to WordPress editor then double quotes are converted to special character and parameter does not work.

    Please try to remove the double quote and add it manually.

    Please try with the above change and update me for the same.

    Plugin Author pluginandplay

    (@pluginandplay)

    Hi @aakrealtor

    Any update on this please?

    Does it work for you?

    aakrealtor

    (@aakrealtor)

    I apologize. I did reply and don’t understand why the reply is not here. Yes, the solution worked perfectly. Thank you.

    One more question. The “read more” button links to standard pages. Can you help me to change the links to AMP pages. Ideally this should happen in mobile mode only, but if it needs to be set in all mode that would work. Please let me know if you can make that happen. Thank you.

    Andy K, Broker
    Ocala Home Guide Realty, LLC

    Plugin Author pluginandplay

    (@pluginandplay)

    Hi @aakrealtor

    Glad to know that your first problem has been solved.

    For your another query to display the amp pages link for desktop an mobile.
    As per my knowledge the AMP (Accelerated Mobile Pages) pages are for mobile only.

    If you display it in desktop then I do not know the impact of SEO.

    Right now to add another read more link feature is not available in lite version.

    aakrealtor

    (@aakrealtor)

    Actually, according to Yoast, using AMP pages in all formats can improve SEO significantly and Google recommends making a website 100% AMP if possible. The problem is that many plugins do not support amp. However, yours seems to work as an AMP blog page as long as there is no pagination. Your pagination is not compatible.

    You mentioned that multiple links are not supported in your free version. Can I create a rule that adds /amp to each post link in your pay version?

    Plugin Author pluginandplay

    (@pluginandplay)

    Hi @aakrealtor

    Can you please let me know which AMP plugin are you using? So I can take a look into it.

    aakrealtor

    (@aakrealtor)

    Yes. I am using weeblrAMP.

    aakrealtor

    (@aakrealtor)

    Yes. I did create this thread.

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