Support » Plugin: Yet Another Related Posts Plugin (YARPP) » What's with the tracking pixel?

  • Resolved muskie


    I updated my WordPress install and all my plugins the other day and now I see a one pixel gif after the related posts, it isn’t invisible on my theme because I surround all my images with a border effect.

    There is no id on this pixel so unless I can find a menu option I can’t make it go away easily.

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  • Also why didn’t you put this class “yarpp-thumbnail-default” on the image instead of on a span around the image? Now I can’t make it unpinnable…

    Overall I’m happy with the updates you’ve made to the plugin. I think putting a class on the actual default image and not the span is the way to go. I was able to use some other features of the jQuery Pinterest Plugin to make the thumbnails not have a pint it button and I removed the border from your invisible pixel…

    Here is how things look

    Looks like I have even more incentive to retroactively add featured images to the hundreds of posts I published before that feature was added to my blog. Now only if my feature-images / thumbnails would show up in my RSS feed I could move on to solving bigger problems in my life.

    Plugin Author jeffparker


    Thanks for the feedback, muskie. I’ll keep that in mind.

    This plugin might work for you to retroactively add featured images:

    Do you mind telling me how you first heard about YARPP, using this very short survey?

    Thanks much!

    As for the pixel, why not set it to style=”hidden” by default?


    Plugin Author jeffparker


    Hi Mampf. By default, the tracking pixel is not there.

    You didnt get the point. I mean, if I enable tracking and your server is not available, we get a broken image.
    If you set style=”hidden” to the img-tag, we wouldnt see the broken image, if you server was down.

    Plugin Author jeffparker


    Good suggestion. Thanks.

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