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Thanks for informing me. I’ll include tiktok in the next update. It should be available in 2 weeks.
Extremely sorry for the late reply.
If you still use announcer plugin, there is an option already available like in the screenshot below.
Please let me know if that didn’t help.
Sorry for the late reply ! I missed to reply earlier.
For personalization we need custom CSS. You can find the CSS names in the FAQ here – https://www.aakashweb.com/docs/super-rss-reader/faq/
If you need help, please share your website URL and the style you need to change. I can quickly suggest the code for you.
Sorry for the late reply.
The shortcode you have mentioned above belongs to a very old version of WP Socializer plugin. It was deprecated a long time ago. It includes shortcodes for native social buttons example like button, retweet buttons etc.
In the new version there are shortcodes only for “social icons” which you can find in the “shortcodes” page in the WP Socializer admin settings.
If you still want to use the native social buttons then you can get the code from the respective social media website, use a plugin like “shortcoder” and create a shortcode for the code.
Sure, I have added this to my todo list.
If you are interested right now, I can suggest minor code change which you can make to set order.
AakashFebruary 24, 2021 at 11:26 pm in reply to: How to set Shortcode parameter from URL parameter? #9054
So I guess you want to avoid typing the same attribute for every shortcode.
Yes in that case you can use “custom fields” shortcode parameter.
Insert a custom field named “postid” with value “33” in your page.
$$custom_field:postid$$in your shortcode content. When you insert this shortcode in the post, this parameter will be replaced by 33 which is taken from the page’s custom field.
Thanks for using Shortcoder.
Regarding this issue I’m afraid if I could help because Shortcoder does not know anything about the code pasted by the user.
This should be an issue with the code itself.
Can you please check this with the author of the code ?
AakashFebruary 24, 2021 at 12:47 am in reply to: Using Shortcoder for other users than administrator #9046
Happy that Shortcoder is being used in your sites.
1) Option to set default editor – This item is already in my todo list where users can go to a common settings page and set their defaults. This should be available in couple of months.
2) Bulk enable/disable – This is new to my list. I have added it to my todo list. I’ll sure implement in the future version ! Just to note that I can’t gurantee any time right now for this but should be available in next 3-4 months.
AakashFebruary 18, 2021 at 1:23 am in reply to: Im unable to show images. http://zimbabwenewshub.com/200-2/ #9029
Thanks for using Super RSS Reader.
The linked page is not working. Can you please share more details on the issue ?
Thanks for using Super RSS Reader !
I saw the issue on your side.
But I’m unable to reproduce the issue on my end.
I need your help to identify this issue.
The RSS feed does not have any image, but somehow something is manipulating the result.
I need to check if it is because of someother RSS feed related plugin.
For this I need to login and check the issue.
Can you please create a temp admin user account and share me the username and password to my contact form ?
I’ll check and make a workaround.
Thanks for using Super RSS Reader.
I tried both the feed URLs you gave but I do not see any issue. Pleasee see image below.
Can you please explain a bit on the issue ?
Thanks for the confirmation Tammy !
Thanks for using Git it write plugin.
Ideally there are two ways to use images in the markdown file.
1) Putting all your images to
/_images/directory and insert them like
/_images/myimage1.pngin the markdown file. In this way, the image will be automatically uploaded to your media library and the image will be linked automatically.
2) Using “absolute image path”. i.e you can upload the file manually and simply insert the image like
http://<path_to_image>. In this case the image will be inserted/used as is.
In summary, if you are able to preview the markdown file WITH images displayed correctly for example in github or vs code then you are doing it right. The post should link the images correctly.
Please let me know how exaclty you are inserting the image.
You could also share your post and the github file. So I can compare to see if there is any issue itself.