Support » Plugin: WordPress Popular Posts » Thumbnails are messed up

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  • got the same problem

    Plugin Author Hector Cabrera

    (@hcabrera)

    Hi guys,

    If you’re using the custom HTML markup feature, this is on the Description page of the plugin:

    Notices

    • Minimum requirements changed: version 2.3.3 (and on) requires PHP 5.2+ and WordPress 3.3 (or greater).
    • The custom HTML layout functionality has changed on v2.3.3! WPP will attempt to use the markup you set on previous versions, but in case it breaks please check the FAQ section to learn how to set it up again.
    • From version 2.0 and on, WordPress Popular Posts requires WordPress 2.8 at least in order to function correctly. If you’re not running WordPress 2.8 (or newer) please use WordPress Popular Posts v.1.5.1 instead.
    • If you are upgrading from any version prior to WordPress Popular Posts 1.4.6, please update to 1.4.6 first!

    Hi,

    I am not using that HTML markup feature and it worked perfectly fine like 2 updates ago.

    Plugin Author Hector Cabrera

    (@hcabrera)

    Please try this.

    can any one give the list of themes of wordpress or reference site

    I got the same theme (Gonzo) as pvde

    If you want to get rid of this problem then the best thing you can do is downgrading the plugin to version Version 2.2.1.

    Download link: http://wordpress.org/plugins/wordpress-popular-posts/developers/

    Then add this code to wordpress-popular-posts/wordpress-popular-posts.php:
    (just paste at the bottom of the page)

    add_filter('site_transient_update_plugins', 'dd_remove_update_nag');
    function dd_remove_update_nag($value) {
     unset($value->response[ plugin_basename(__FILE__) ]);
     return $value;
    }

    This will disable the update notification for the popular posts plugin, since the latest version doesn’t work anymore like it should (hint to the developer..)

    Plugin Author Hector Cabrera

    (@hcabrera)

    Hi guys,

    I’ve updated the development version of the plugin and added back a few missing CSS classes to the image tags. Please, download it and post your feedback here.

    Nope, still messed up. The images are not showing having any margin

    Plugin Author Hector Cabrera

    (@hcabrera)

    By default, the plugin does not add any margins/paddings to the image. Did you modify the wpp.css file to add the desired margin already?

    Nope, and like I said in the post above, Version 2.2.1. works exactly the way it should CSS wise. what changed in later versions that it stopped working like that? (Since i am not the only one with this problem)

    Plugin Author Hector Cabrera

    (@hcabrera)

    You can find the complete changelog here. Basically, Timthumb (a third-party PHP script to generate thumbnails) was causing more trouble than benefits since many people seemed to have issues setting it up, so I decided to drop it and use WordPress’ core functions to create images on the fly. In the process, some things changed and a couple of CSS selectors were misplaced / missing – the test version I posted above should correct it (at least, it works for me).

    Edit: just checked your site and noticed that the wpp-thumbnail class is still misplaced. Did you download the test version I posted before?

    go to http://www.9hill.com and click on the “Popular” tab in the menu on the right side.

    When I use the CSS adjustment that you gave me earlier then everything gets out of place,

    Plugin Author Hector Cabrera

    (@hcabrera)

    Please delete de CSS adjustment I posted before, just use the one bundled with the test version (see edit above).

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