Support » Plugin: WP Last Modified Info » Update not displaying on posts

  • Resolved 4gfschreiber

    (@4gfschreiber)


    I just installed WP Last Modified. The update info doesn’t display within a post when several posts display on the page. If I click on the single post, bringing up a single window with just that post, the last modified info does display. But within a page of posts, it doesn’t. Please advise.

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  • Not sure if I have the same problem but since the update I cannot see any data in the post list screen column. That column with the last modified info is now blank.

    Plugin Author Sayan Datta

    (@infosatech)

    Hi @4gfschreiber

    Last modified info can be displayed on posts page if your theme supports it. I have implemented a feature to show last modified info on posts page/static posts page. You need to just add this snippet to the end of your currently active theme’s functions.php file after installing plugin from the provided link of Google Drive.
    add_filter( 'wplmi_show_on_homepage', '__return_true' );

    Hi @anefarious1

    I don’t know the actual problem on your site but it is working fine (Link: http://prntscr.com/m5skoa) on my end. However I have implemented some changes.

    I am requesting both of you that please deactivate and delete (do not forget to keep “Delete Plugin Data upon Uninstallation:” option disable) plugin from your site and upload this file to your site and activate it and I think it will work for both of you. Please let me know if the problems still exist.

    Thanks

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 4 months ago by Sayan Datta.

    Hi Sayan,

    Thank you for your quick response. I’ll add the code snippet and will let you know.

    Hi Sayan,

    Adding the code snippet and using the version from Google Drive solved the problem. Thank you so much!

    One question: If there’s a new version of my theme (Standard Theme 2014) released and if I update my Theme, will I need to add the code snippet again? Or will a future release of your plug in obviate the need to do this?

    Great 5-star support and plugin!

    What folder should I upload the file to? And does it need to be unzipped? Thanks

    Plugin Author Sayan Datta

    (@infosatech)

    Hi @anefarious1

    Deactivate and delete (do not forget to keep “Delete Plugin Data upon Uninstallation:” option disable) old plugin from your wordpress website and upload the downloaded zip manually.

    Steps are:

    Go to “Plugins > Add New > Upload Plugin”

    Select the downloaded zip file and install and activate it.

    Thanks

    Plugin Author Sayan Datta

    (@infosatech)

    Hi @4gfschreiber

    Yes you need to put this snippet everytime to active theme’s functions.php file after you update your theme. You can avoid this by using a free plugin called Code Snippets. However I may add an option for this in plugin settings page in future, but I do not have any plan to do it now.

    Thanks!

    Hi Sayan,

    I updated today to the latest version. The plugin no longer shows the most recent update. I had to return to the special version I downloaded from the link you provided a week ago. Will the updates you’re releasing not include the fix you had provided as a special download?

    Plugin Author Sayan Datta

    (@infosatech)

    Hi, I have already implemented a feature in v1.4.4 at plugin settings. Go to Plugin settings > Post Options and set ‘Show on Archives’ to yes and this will show last modified info on all of the archives as well. You do not need to add any code to functions.php file anymore.

    Thanks!

    It’s fixed! Thanks

    ohliza

    (@ohliza)

    This is not working for me. It works on single posts, but not category pages.

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