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  • Plugin Contributor Nuanced Media

    (@nuanced-media)

    Hi all,
    We’ve been working on an overall rewrite of this plugin for a while now, but someone out there apparently wanted us to work faster on it, and decided to exploit our plugin to get some malware out there. We’re now going double-quick on it, and hope to have it back up (and newly cozy and secure) within the next two weeks.

    Plugin Author Nuanced Media

    (@nuanced-media)

    That’s odd. Meetup did change pretty much everything about their API, including how the handle and deliver past events. Your situation might provide me a good example to help debug this and future issues. Can you send along a screenshot of your debug info, including (and especially) the groups for which you are getting events?

    If you’d rather not post it publicly, you can send it to plugins @ nuancedmedia.com

    (sorry for the delayed response – I’ve been on vacation!)

    Plugin Author Nuanced Media

    (@nuanced-media)

    Is your OAuth2 consumer key (on meetup.com’s site) set up with https://wppittsburgh.com as the redirect URI? That’s the most likely cause.

    (sorry for the delayed response – I’ve been on vacation!)

    Plugin Author Nuanced Media

    (@nuanced-media)

    @usrbingeek Thanks for the error message! It made the fix very quick. I just pushed up version 2.3.1 which should fix the issue for you. By the way, that error message is only thrown if you are using an old version of PHP – before 5.5. You should probably look into upgrading your PHP version 🙂

    (sorry for the delayed response – I’ve been on vacation!)

    Plugin Contributor Nuanced Media

    (@nuanced-media)

    I’m glad Rich Reviews has been pleasant to work with. The issue you describe above is seemingly with the Aggregate Review Snippet, which is actually output by rich-reviews/shortcodes/rr-snippet.php so that’s where you would want to look to fix it. You’ll see that reviewCount is provided for every possible output of the snippet, however it is set to display:none so that the data is available to the crawlers, but not actually displayed. This hasn’t been an issue in the past, however I am wondering if Google has begun rejecting hidden markup. If you would still be willing to privately provide me with a link that would be awesome just as I am curious as to finding the cause of the issue. If so you can email me at plugins@nuancedmedia.com.

    Cheers,
    Charlie Maxwell
    [NM_Developer]

    Plugin Contributor Nuanced Media

    (@nuanced-media)

    Right now this is not possible directly through the plugin, however it will likely be added as a feature in a future release. Adding reviews directly through PHPMyAdmin is certainly possible however.

    The DB table structure for storing reviews is as follows:

    
    id int(11) NOT NULL AUTO_INCREMENT,
    	date_time datetime NOT NULL,
    	reviewer_name varchar(100) DEFAULT NULL,
    	reviewer_email varchar(150) DEFAULT NULL,
    	review_title varchar(100) DEFAULT NULL,
    	review_rating tinyint(2) DEFAULT '0',
    	review_text text,
    	review_status tinyint(1) DEFAULT '0',
    	reviewer_ip varchar(39) DEFAULT NULL,
    	post_id int(11) DEFAULT '0',
    	review_category varchar(100) DEFAULT 'none',
    	reviewer_image varchar(100) DEFAULT NULL,
    	reviewer_id varchar(11) DEFAULT NULL,
    

    If you are familiar with how the csv import with phpmyadmin works, you simply have to format your csv in with the above fields in mind (excluding the autoincremented id) and you should be able to import with no problems.

    Let me know if you need more information,
    Thanks,
    Charlie Maxwell
    [NM_Developer]

    Plugin Contributor Nuanced Media

    (@nuanced-media)

    Can you provide a url at which i can see the page where this problem exists. This error is not one of the usual issues we run into, so I’d like to take a look.

    Thanks,
    Charlie Maxwell
    [NM_Developer]

    Plugin Contributor Nuanced Media

    (@nuanced-media)

    Adding schema options is not particularly difficult, so if that is something desired, we can certainly look to add that to the next release. Perhaps we will just see about adding as many of the easily formatted schema types as we can.

    Thanks for the feedback,
    Charlie Maxwell
    [NM_Developer]

    Plugin Contributor Nuanced Media

    (@nuanced-media)

    This is located in views/frontend/snippets.php, and can be tweaked with css either from within you’re theme, or using inline style tags. These strings exclusion from i18n translation is a known oversight and will be rectified in the next update.

    Cheers,
    Charlie Maxwell
    [NM_Developer]

    Plugin Contributor Nuanced Media

    (@nuanced-media)

    Can you provide a url of where you are having this problem?

    Plugin Contributor Nuanced Media

    (@nuanced-media)

    Wouters,

    There is unfortunately no “easy” way to do this. The output is generated by action hooks and filters applied on init. The html you are seeing in rr-show.php are the callback functions. Unfortunately the specific element you wish to move, the stars, are wrapped inside a block element for the review “head”, along with the title and post link. For this reason moving the stars would require a hefty bit of custom modification.

    Charlie Maxwell
    [NM_Developer]

    Plugin Contributor Nuanced Media

    (@nuanced-media)

    dxer,

    I apologize, what I meant to say id that there is no need to pass a category of post or page to the form, the page’s id is always associated with submitted reviews regardless of category. Further for the snippet, as with the SHOW shortcode the id parameter only works when category=”page” or category=”post” is passed as well. So the shortcode you are looking for would be:
    [RICH_REVIEWS_SNIPPET category="post" id="12084"]

    Let me know if this still does not work.

    Cheers,
    Charlie Maxwell
    [NM_Developer]

    • This reply was modified 5 years, 2 months ago by Nuanced Media.
    Plugin Contributor Nuanced Media

    (@nuanced-media)

    In the plugin files, in the file shortcodes/rr-form.php around line 666, you will see a function call, mail($options['admin-email'], $mail_subject, $message);. You simply need to change this line to wp_mail($options['admin-email'], $mail_subject, $message);.

    That’ll do the trick
    Cheers,
    Charlie Maxwell
    [NM_Developer]

    Plugin Contributor Nuanced Media

    (@nuanced-media)

    So there is no need to pass the page ID to the form shortcode. The form will pull the page ID from the loop, so as long as the form is placed on the page you want to collect reviews for, you should be fine. This wouldn’t, however, explain the behavior you’re experiencing. Any chance you could make me a temporary admin account and password and send the creds to plugins@nuancedmedia.com?

    Let me know,
    Thanks,
    Charlie Maxwell
    [NM_Developer]

    Plugin Contributor Nuanced Media

    (@nuanced-media)

    This addition is in the next release to be pushed within the next few days.

    Sorry for the delay,
    Cheers,
    Charlie Maxwell
    [NM_Developer]

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