Support » Plugin: Testimonials Widget » Testimonials archive view URL conflicts with Page slug

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  • Plugin Contributor Michael Cannon


    I’ve removed the testimonials archive view for now until I can come up with a better work-around.

    Please try release 2.7.14.

    Thread Starter angeloio


    Michael you RULE! Thank you so much for your prompt reply.

    One last question please if I may:

    Since 2.7.14 does not appear as the official update in the WP admin screen it seems that I must do the update manually. If I delete the plugin and re-install the 2.7.14 version will the existing settings/testimonials/categories be retained ?

    Many thanks again for everything

    Plugin Contributor Michael Cannon


    You can find 2.7.14 at

    It’ll be easier to delete your current Testimonials Widget plugin and then install via zip. No worries about data deletion.

    Michael –
    I installed your version 2.7.13 and actually liked the accidental overlap onto my …com/testimonials page. Showing the testimonials archive that way was quite helpful. Is there anyway to access that with the new version? How can I go about removing the date / author / comments attachment to each thread to make the appearance more concise? Thanks.

    Plugin Contributor Michael Cannon


    For testimonials page or like, see FAQ 52.

    For view modifications, check out the shortcode and widget options. If still stuck, send URLs of what you want to see modified.




    Testimonials conflicts with Gravity Forms in my sidebar. The testimonials title appears twice, once before the form and once before the testimonial.

    I know you covered this before, but you have since released a few new versions. Any thoughts? Really appreciate the widget.

    All the best,


    Plugin Contributor Michael Cannon

    (@comprock) please post a new support topic and provide the URL.

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