Can’t seem to get in in the widget are to display.
My Staff List won’t show up on my site!
Alright, here’s a few things to try: * Be sure to make sure you’ve included the [simple-staff-list] shortcode somewhere in a page or post. * Double check the “Staff Loop Template” on the plugin’s “Templates” page. Make sure all of your tags are located between [staff_loop] and [/staff_loop].
Are you trying to get it to display in a sidebar widget area? If so, I believe you need to add this line of code to your theme’s functions.php file:
But, to be honest, I hadn’t thought about that use case and the custom css might not be generated properly. If that doesn’t work, let me know and I’ll try to help you with a work around until I can see if I can add this to the next version of the plugin.
I cant get it to work om my multisiste install 3.5 🙁
I get this on the “Templates admin page”
“Warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach() in wp-content/plugins/simple-staff-list/_inc/admin-views.php on line 208”
“Warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach() in wp-content/plugins/simple-staff-list/_inc/admin-views.php on line 216”
Unfortunately, I haven’t tested this plugin with multisite yet.
I believe the issue might stem from the differences in setting site options for a stand-alone WP install vs. a Multisite install. A few questions, though:
I’m assuming you have v1.01 of the plugin installed.
Are you using this plugin as the network admin on your MU install?
Or are you using it in a site within your network (not the main site)?
Thanks and I hope I can help you get this sorted.
I am having the same issue. I am using v1.11. I am logged in as the admin and on the main site.
I am just trying to get the director to display on a page.
@rdaileyus Are you running a multi-site install? Or did you have the same issue as the original poster?
It appears it is the same issue as the original poster. I have run short codes on the site before so I do not think it is an issue with the .php file.
Ok. Double check that the “Staff Loop Template” box on the plugin’s “Templates” page is not empty. If it is empty, click the “View Default Template” button and copy/paste that code into the “Staff Loop Template” box immediately below.
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