• Resolved ruhanirabin

    (@ruhanirabin)


    I’ve noticed since I am using this plugin, every time when I publish a post, it displays the final link as a preview link. How is this relevant (Including in RSS feeds permalinks). My post permalink setup is just a domain/post format.
    This did not happen before I used this plugin.

    • This topic was modified 2 years, 9 months ago by ruhanirabin.
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  • Plugin Author publishpress

    (@publishpress)

    Hi @ruhanirabin. Sorry, I’m not quite understanding this feedback.

    Could you post here or contact us https://publishpress.com/contact/ with a screenshot showing the problem?

    Thread Starter ruhanirabin

    (@ruhanirabin)

    Dear @publishpress

    When I prepare to publish a post on a scheduled date, and click the schedule button, it is supposed to show me the URL in the final URL format. such as domain.com/?p=1233 or xxx.com/%post-name% format. It shows me the Final post URL as https://www.domain.com/?p=18546&preview=true&preview_id=18546-< this is supposed to be https://www.domain.com/?p=18546

    This goes the same for the RSS feed:
    The posts that are already published should have a full URL as GUID. But, it carries a different (preview URL) than the final post URL like https://www.domain.com/?p=18546

    You can try these images for reference: https://imgur.com/a/NR0EQGU

    This only happened after I started using PublishPress. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks

    Plugin Author andergmartins

    (@andergmartins)

    Hi @ruhanirabin

    Thanks for reporting the issue. Please, could you try the following beta package?

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/q10et1umdpjar28/publishpress-2.0.3-alpha.1.zip?dl=0

    Please, let us know if that fixes the issue.

    Thanks,

    Anderson

    Thread Starter ruhanirabin

    (@ruhanirabin)

    Hi @andergmartins, I have removed the previous plugin 2.0.2 and installed 2.0.3 alpha and it seems it has resolved the problem. I will monitor more (RSS feed entries) and let you know. Thanks a lot.

    Plugin Author publishpress

    (@publishpress)

    That’s great to hear, thanks @ruhanirabin

    We’ll officially release that version ASAP.

    If you can, please consider leaving a positive review: https://wordpress.org/support/plugin/publishpress/reviews/#new-post. It helps us to keep improving the plugin.

    Thread Starter ruhanirabin

    (@ruhanirabin)

    @publishpress the RSS FEED still inlcudes the wrong permlink URL (domain.com/feed/)

    <guid isPermaLink="false">
    domain.com/?p=18454&preview=true&preview_id=18454
    </guid>

    this is supposed to be:

    <guid isPermaLink="false">
    domain.com/?p=18454
    </guid>

    You can inspect a live feed URL hereGUID section

    • This reply was modified 2 years, 9 months ago by ruhanirabin. Reason: spelling
    Plugin Author andergmartins

    (@andergmartins)

    Hi @ruhanirabin,

    As I can see that value is coming from the field “GUID” in the table *_posts. It is not added by the plugin anymore but since those fields were saved before the fix the value includes the “preview” params.

    We will probably need to run a query to fix those values.
    Do you have access to the DB? Before trying this make sure you have a full backup of your site.

    You can try running the following query:

    UPDATE wp_posts SET guid = REPLACE(guid, CONCAT('&preview=true&preview_id=', ID), '')
    WHERE post_status IN ('publish', 'future')

    .

    Please, could you let us know if that fixes the issue for you?

    Thread Starter ruhanirabin

    (@ruhanirabin)

    Hi, @andergmartins sorry for the late reply but the above query does not work due to extra strings in the saved DB value:

    https://www.domain.com/?p=18703&preview=true&preview_id=18703 wp is stripping #038 from this url..see the pic here https://imgur.com/cLpvnIl

    adding #038 to the query returns an error

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    Plugin Author andergmartins

    (@andergmartins)

    Hi @ruhanirabin,

    Alright, thank you for trying it.
    Please, could you try this query?

    UPDATE wp_posts SET guid = REPLACE(guid, CONCAT('#038;preview=true#038;preview_id=', ID), ''),
    guid = REPLACE(guid, CONCAT('?preview=true?preview_id=', ID), '')
    WHERE post_status IN ('publish', 'future');

    It worked for me. If it still returns an error, please, could you send it so we can have more information?

    Thanks

    Thread Starter ruhanirabin

    (@ruhanirabin)

    Not sure why it is returning errors on my MariaDB

    #1064 - You have an error in your SQL syntax; check the manual that corresponds to your MariaDB server version for the right syntax to use near ''#038)' at line 1

    @andergmartins

    Server info:

    Server type: MariaDB
    Server version: 10.3.12-MariaDB-log - MariaDB Server
    Protocol version: 10
    • This reply was modified 2 years, 8 months ago by ruhanirabin. Reason: Server info
    Plugin Author andergmartins

    (@andergmartins)

    Hi @ruhanirabin,

    Thanks for trying again and for the information.
    That is weird. I will keep trying to find a workaround or implement something on the plugin.

    We will keep you posted.

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