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  • in reply to: Rating/Review Star Feature #30374
    njoyazlife
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    Sorry, this is still a test site and I had left some bad code in the functions.php. It had nothing to do with your plugin, but it blew up my pages and I signed off for the evening without fixing it.

    The double slash is always there – I didn’t change anything with regard to that.It was also still there when I reinstalled everything from scratch, with zero customization or workarounds.

    I gather from your comments that your plugin is supposed to be automatically inserting the data from the custom fields into the individual posts, but it’s not doing that- which is why I kept saying I have to double entry all the same information to make it appear on the individual posts. That is the “hack” I was trying to create – to make the data entered on the custom post fields automatically appear on the individual posts.

    I deleted all of my “hacks”, deleted the plugin, and reinstalled it so I could work with a fresh start. I also tried with several different standard and minimal themes, including twenty-ten and some other very basic framework themes with zero styling. I never could get the custom field data to appear on the individual posts, although it shows up on the search results.
    I hope you can fix this, because I think your plugin is really great.

    in reply to: Rating/Review Star Feature #30379
    njoyazlife
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    Sorry, this is still a test site and I had left some bad code in the functions.php. It had nothing to do with your plugin, but it blew up my pages and I signed off for the evening without fixing it.

    The double slash is always there – I didn’t change anything with regard to that.It was also still there when I reinstalled everything from scratch, with zero customization or workarounds.

    I gather from your comments that your plugin is supposed to be automatically inserting the data from the custom fields into the individual posts, but it’s not doing that- which is why I kept saying I have to double entry all the same information to make it appear on the individual posts. That is the “hack” I was trying to create – to make the data entered on the custom post fields automatically appear on the individual posts.

    I deleted all of my “hacks”, deleted the plugin, and reinstalled it so I could work with a fresh start. I also tried with several different standard and minimal themes, including twenty-ten and some other very basic framework themes with zero styling. I never could get the custom field data to appear on the individual posts, although it shows up on the search results.
    I hope you can fix this, because I think your plugin is really great.

    in reply to: Rating/Review Star Feature #30376
    njoyazlife
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    I gave up on the directory plugin and just created a custom post type called “directory” with a customized page.

    Since the geo my wp doesn’t automatically insert the meta data that is entered in the edit mode into the final published post, unless the address/phone/website/hours, etc., are re-entered on the editor screen the only thing people will see when click from the search results to the post page is blank info, so it requires entering the info in both places.

    Having said all that, I found a way to import the meta fields from geomywp into the published page without having to double enter, but it is not part of the original plugin design…just a hack I created. You can see it here:

    http://www.findpetvets.com/directory/scottsdale-ranch-animal-hospital-scottsdale/

    in reply to: Rating/Review Star Feature #30381
    njoyazlife
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    I gave up on the directory plugin and just created a custom post type called “directory” with a customized page.

    Since the geo my wp doesn’t automatically insert the meta data that is entered in the edit mode into the final published post, unless the address/phone/website/hours, etc., are re-entered on the editor screen the only thing people will see when click from the search results to the post page is blank info, so it requires entering the info in both places.

    Having said all that, I found a way to import the meta fields from geomywp into the published page without having to double enter, but it is not part of the original plugin design…just a hack I created. You can see it here:

    http://www.findpetvets.com/directory/scottsdale-ranch-animal-hospital-scottsdale/

    in reply to: Not finding results for a posts zipcode #29924
    njoyazlife
    Member

    I finally got it.

    Thanks for your quick responses – great support!

    in reply to: Not finding results for a posts zipcode #29926
    njoyazlife
    Member

    I don’t understand what you mean – how am I supposed to set up or edit a shortcode?

    I have the  “[wppl_results]” shortcode on a separate page for results, and I have the   “[wppl form=”1″ form_only=”y”]” on a page for the search form.

    What other shortcodes do I need to set up? Aren’t all of the necessary shortcodes already included with the plugin?

    in reply to: Not finding results for a posts zipcode #29928
    njoyazlife
    Member

    I am having the same problem – not finding any results. The plugin is somehow not connecting to the post/page data.

    The “search form” resides here: http://www.e-recommended.com/map-search/

    When entering zip code 85215 or 85258 there are “no results”, but there should be two:

    http://www.e-recommended.com/red-mountain-animal-hospital/

    http://www.e-recommended.com/scottsdale-ranch-animal-hospital/

    On the “no results” page there is an option to “click here to see all results, but when you click on the link, it still shows no results.

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