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  • Thread Starter mikeywil

    (@mikeywil)

    Thank you very much for the full and detailed response – really useful to know all this background.

    I think in almost all cases having the messages readily available outside of an individual email account is useful. In this case, there is a desire to keep personal information offline for data protection purposes.

    Thanks again!

    Thread Starter mikeywil

    (@mikeywil)

    Scratch that! I think the plugin is doing this as I expected it should.

    It seems that it is just the word ‘and’ that is not a default stopword and so was confusing me.

    (TBH, I can’t see why ‘and’ isn’t a default stopword – but of course that’s not down to your plugin)

    • This reply was modified 1 year ago by mikeywil.
    Thread Starter mikeywil

    (@mikeywil)

    I must apologise for using the wrong wording in my question. The behaviour is correct when searching for a phrase – as in a pair of words within quotes.

    What I should have asked was about a search for the two words morning post when not in quotes. I would be keen to have what are effectively phrase matches come first in the results.

    I have these settings:

    Default Operator: AND
    Fallback to OR: enable
    Default order: relevance
    Keyword matching: whole words
    Boost exact matches: enabled

    I haven’t followed your debug since I was on about something else. It does seem to be working now, but I’ve been resolving other issues so I’m not sure what change I made changed things.

    Many thanks anyway

    Thread Starter mikeywil

    (@mikeywil)

    Great support. I found that I could use the same shortcode in that filter hook.

    The shortcode creates an HTML table, so I cleaned this up a little, and then stored it (in a read-only field) as part of the Journal post content – as described in the section of your page (linked above) under “A note on performance”.

    Thanks very much.

    Thread Starter mikeywil

    (@mikeywil)

    FYI: I have just tried adding the filter described in these forums here but that doesn’t seem to have worked either.

    Thread Starter mikeywil

    (@mikeywil)

    Thanks – updated the plugin and the captions are there. Excellent!

    Sorry – my mistake on the visual effect. The one I mentioned is from the Coblocks plugin which provides a Masonry block and has a lightbox effect. (I’ve been trying out quite a few plugins on different sites at the same time…)

    Thread Starter mikeywil

    (@mikeywil)

    In case it helps, I noticed also, that on the Gutenberg block version, there’s a very good visual effect achieved with a blurred copy of the image in the background. This is also missing in the version of a standard Gallery added via a classic edit (using the Classic Editor plugin).

    Thread Starter mikeywil

    (@mikeywil)

    The Gallery

    Thread Starter mikeywil

    (@mikeywil)

    I think I may have found a different way to achieve what I need. It doesn’t solve the behaviour where a custom field doesn’t output as expected. But it does give me the custom link (instead of default link) that I needed.

    In case this helps anyone else landing here… see: https://help.bootstrapped.ventures/article/249-set-custom-links-and-images

    Thread Starter mikeywil

    (@mikeywil)

    Thanks.

    Yes, I am already using the grid template editor.

    adding type=”acf_link” (within the edit HTML view of the grid template editor) didn’t change anything.

    I can see that this code: [wpupg-item-custom-field key="titlelink2"]

    outputs <span class="wpupg-item-custom-field wpupg-block-text-normal">http://blah.com/</span>

    Is there a way to get it to output just the value of the custom field? i.e. http://blah.com/

    Thread Starter mikeywil

    (@mikeywil)

    Fantastic stuff. Works really well.

    Many thanks.

    (p.s. I will be asking a pre-sales question for the pro version via your contact form shortly)

    Thread Starter mikeywil

    (@mikeywil)

    Thanks for quick response – that looks really useful.

    For my site I need the search to be able to return results for a range of pages and various different custom post types. I presume I can add a check to that code so that it only fires for specific custom post types?

    Thread Starter mikeywil

    (@mikeywil)

    Hmmm…

    Thanks for looking into this. I thought that might be the issue.

    I think that would be the third or fourth time I’ve tried a reinstall on this plugin. I can try in a day or two… I’ll let you know how it goes!

    Thread Starter mikeywil

    (@mikeywil)

    Thanks for coming back to me.

    I tried a version of this earlier this morning – using the WP Rollback plugin (mentioned here a year ago https://wordpress.org/support/topic/wpblc_links-doesnt-exist/).

    Looking at the database, this helped to create the right databases. I then updated to current version.

    I didn’t try that collation fix, but the error logs had stopped showing that issue.

    The plugin still wasn’t running, and here’s the only error in the logs… (some obfuscation here):

    [STDERR] PHP Warning: fopen(/home/xxxx/domains/xx-demo.xxxx.net/public_html/wp-content/plugins//home/xxxx/domains/xx-demo.xxxx.net/public_html/wp-content/plugins/broken-link-checker/broken-link-checker.php): failed to open stream: No such file or directory in /home/xxxx/domains/xx-demo.xxxx.net/public_html/wp-includes/functions.php on line 6111

    Thread Starter mikeywil

    (@mikeywil)

    Actually, I’m seeing quite a few database errors. The one above, plus:

    [STDERR] WordPress database error 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 ” at line 1 for query SELECT COUNT(1) FROM wp_blc_linkdata,; made by do_action(‘wp_ajax_delete-plugin’), WP_Hook->do_action, WP_Hook->apply_filters, wp_ajax_delete_plugin, delete_plugins, uninstall_plugin, include_once(‘/plugins/broken-link-checker/uninstall.php’), apply_filters(‘query’), WP_Hook->apply_filters, WSAL_Sensors_Database->EventDropQuery, WSAL_Sensors_Database->check_if_table_exists

    [STDERR] WordPress database error Table ‘ks_demo.wp_blc_filters’ doesn’t exist for query SELECT COUNT(1) FROM wp_blc_filters; made by activate_plugin, include_once(‘/plugins/broken-link-checker/broken-link-checker.php’), require(‘/plugins/broken-link-checker/core/init.php’), require(‘/plugins/broken-link-checker/includes/activation.php’), blcDatabaseUpgrader::upgrade_database, blcDatabaseUpgrader::make_schema_current, blcTableDelta::delta, apply_filters(‘query’), WP_Hook->apply_filters, WSAL_Sensors_Database->EventDropQuery, WSAL_Sensors_Database->check_if_table_exists

    [STDERR] WordPress database error Table ‘ks_demo.wp_blc_instances’ doesn’t exist for query SELECT COUNT(1) FROM wp_blc_instances; made by activate_plugin, include_once(‘/plugins/broken-link-checker/broken-link-checker.php’), require(‘/plugins/broken-link-checker/core/init.php’), require(‘/plugins/broken-link-checker/includes/activation.php’), blcDatabaseUpgrader::upgrade_database, blcDatabaseUpgrader::make_schema_current, blcTableDelta::delta, apply_filters(‘query’), WP_Hook->apply_filters, WSAL_Sensors_Database->EventDropQuery, WSAL_Sensors_Database->check_if_table_exists

    [STDERR] WordPress database error Table ‘ks_demo.wp_blc_links’ doesn’t exist for query SELECT COUNT(1) FROM wp_blc_links; made by activate_plugin, include_once(‘/plugins/broken-link-checker/broken-link-checker.php’), require(‘/plugins/broken-link-checker/core/init.php’), require(‘/plugins/broken-link-checker/includes/activation.php’), blcDatabaseUpgrader::upgrade_database, blcDatabaseUpgrader::make_schema_current, blcTableDelta::delta, apply_filters(‘query’), WP_Hook->apply_filters, WSAL_Sensors_Database->EventDropQuery, WSAL_Sensors_Database->check_if_table_exists

    This happens after deactivating, uninstalling, and reinstalling twice.

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