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  • Plugin Author Mark O’Donnell

    (@markodonnell)

    You can try that (you shouldn’t lose any data), but I don’t think it will help. I think you should set up WP debug because it is something with your WP or site config. I will be surprised if there are not some warnings or notices there. I suspect it is something simple in the config, but I can’t put my finger on it.

    You might also try to display a player gallery using another shortcode. There are actually two ways to display player galleries, one via shortcode, one via standard WP capabilities. Try the shortcode first.

    Everything looks fine in admin?

    -Mark

    Plugin Author Mark O’Donnell

    (@markodonnell)

    Have you tried a new team, just for grins?

    Plugin Author Mark O’Donnell

    (@markodonnell)

    Okay. It’s possible it’s a PHP thang, but probably not because the code is so old. It will show up in the debug log.

    If you read the link I sent, debug is very easy in WP. Just change a couple of lines in the site’s wp-config.php file. (Keep a backup, you can hose the site with errors in that file. But again, the changes are very simple – comment out a line, paste in a few others. Works the same on all sites, not special to be done for your site.) I recommend setting it up NOT to display on the screen but to write to the debug.log file.

    This is working all over the world, including my two test sites, so I have to believe this is something with your site configuration.

    I’m ass-u-me’ing everything looks fine on the admin page … you can see all the players, etc. What might be informative is to change the roster’s display to list the players by name, not number. What’s different when you do that? You can also add players, a couple at a time, to a new team. (Yes, a player can be assigned to multiple teams.) Does it just stop at 5 players?

    -Mark

    Plugin Author Mark O’Donnell

    (@markodonnell)

    James,
    Thanks. The link and image were helpful. BTW, the page (and the whole site) looks great by the way, nice job on the styles.

    First double check that all the players are published in the DB and assigned to the correct team. (It’s often the simple stuff.)

    Second, make sure you are up to date with WordPress and PHP versions as well as the plugin version. (I doubt that that’s the problem here, but it’s a good idea anyway.)

    Next, turn on debug in WordPress (if you haven’t done that before, here’s a link https://wordpress.org/support/article/debugging-in-wordpress/ and see what you find in your /wp-content/debug.log file.

    Let me know. We’ll figure it out.

    -Mark

    Plugin Author Mark O’Donnell

    (@markodonnell)

    Hi James,
    Thank you for posting here. This question has come up, but rather than dig it out, the simple answer is to check your WP Dashboard -> Settings -> Reading and see if the “Blog Pages show at most” setting is 5.
    Let me know.
    -Mark

    Plugin Author Mark O’Donnell

    (@markodonnell)

    Sorry, not at this time.

    BUT you CAN display a team’s schedule from the league schedule (table or gallery). I just posted info on that here.

    -Mark

    Plugin Author Mark O’Donnell

    (@markodonnell)

    After further thought, there’s a way that you can get close. You can choose to link each team in a schedule table to that team’s schedule. I set up the first schedule here that way. To do this go to your WP Dashboard -> MSTW League Manager -> Settings, and on the Schedules tab set the Team Name Link to `Team Schedule.

    Hope that helps.
    -Mark

    Plugin Author Mark O’Donnell

    (@markodonnell)

    Hi Janet,
    Thanks very much for posting here. This has been “on the list” for some time now. Unfortunately, it’s not in the plugin yet. The implementation that has been discussed is very similar to the mstw_multi_schedule_table shortcode (See http://dev.shoalsummitsolutions.com/multi-schedule-tables/) with teams in the dropdown instead of leagues. If all your teams were in separate leagues, you could probably make the existing shortcode for leagues work. Otherwise, the multi-schedule shortcode for teams in not on a current build schedule, but it’s planned.
    Regards,
    -Mark

    Plugin Author Mark O’Donnell

    (@markodonnell)

    Hey Larry,
    I believe those arguments work in the Schedules & Scoreboards plugin’s shortcodes as well.

    Please send me a screenshot of the slider that looks like a ticker, and I try to help you out. Very strange. Could be some CSS issues.

    -Mark

    Plugin Author Mark O’Donnell

    (@markodonnell)

    Hi Larry,
    Great question. Thanks for posting it here. I assume that when you refer to “widgets” you mean “shortcodes”. The shortcodes provide a good deal of flexibility for specifying date ranges, but the documentation is a bit hidden. Take a look at this man page. I think you’ll find what you need there.
    Let me know.
    -Mark

    Plugin Author Mark O’Donnell

    (@markodonnell)

    Okay, now I get it. I actually started this capability a couple of years ago. Then the requirements spiraled a bit out of hand – minimum time between games, automatic scheduling of locations, fields, courts, etc, simple round robin, double round robin – home & home, feed round robin ‘group play’ into a bracket automatically, etc. My efforts ended up focused on Bracket Builder, and there is no automatic RR schedule generator.

    If you are interested in working together to build one, let’s take this off the support forum. Please contact me via email (mark@shoalsummitsolutions.com)

    -Mark

    Plugin Author Mark O’Donnell

    (@markodonnell)

    Hi,
    Thanks for the screenshot. That helps. For a round robin tournament:

    – No plugin has anything like the “checker board at the top right.
    – The games and the results can be shown as a league schedule. http://dev.shoalsummitsolutions.com/lm-schedule-tables/ You can control what columns are displayed and in what order.
    – The standings can be shown as a simple standings table. something like what is shown here. http://dev.shoalsummitsolutions.com/lm-league-standings/ You can control what columns are displayed and in what order. If I am interpreting the column headings correctly, all but “QP” are available. I’m not sure what “QP” means.

    Hope that helps.

    -Mark

    Plugin Author Mark O’Donnell

    (@markodonnell)

    Hi jasmines,
    Thanks for posting here. I’d be happy to help you with what you need, but I’m still not sure what’s missing. What is an “agenda”? Do you mean “tables” like these? http://dev.shoalsummitsolutions.com/lm-schedule-tables/ http://dev.shoalsummitsolutions.com/lm-league-standings/

    If so, what’s missing? If not, take a look through the samples at http://dev.shoalsummitsolutions.com. Does anything look like you want?

    Let me know.
    -Mark

    Plugin Author Mark O’Donnell

    (@markodonnell)

    Well, that’s interesting. It’s good there are no errors, but unfortunately that doesn’t help with your problem. Sorry, I don’t have the time to create an MS install for testing for just this problem. But I will continue to peck around for a hint as to the problem. I have a couple of ideas, but right now I have no solid idea as to what it might be.
    -Mark

    Plugin Author Mark O’Donnell

    (@markodonnell)

    Excellent work. I do not have a multi-site installation. I’ll have to do a little research on any WP “gotcha’s” with multi-site that could relate to this problem, but my first guess would be it’s something in the configuration, not the code because I only use pretty “vanilla” or “standard” WP and PHP calls.

    You have not answered any of the questions that I asked you. There are three things I asked you to try. If the problem does not appear on a single site installation, you can focus those questions/answers on the MS site install.

    Let me know.
    -Mark

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