Is there a way to disable topic excerpts for a specific category? I have an FAQ section of my website and it seems like since there isnt an easy anchor link plugin etc that maybe I should remove the excerpts so they can see more Questions on one screen
Yup, that is possible. What
topic list settings are currently enabled?
I have the following checked:
topic list set category defaults topic list previews enabled
topic list excerpt
I have every list in it.
The latest iteration seemed to have broken the listing of topics with tags. Clicking a tag or the list of tags yields a blank page:
Also have Custom Layout, Custom HTML, Events, Quick Messages installed.
Hi I am a new user, I made settings for this plugin, but I need to change the css. for example I have to do height:auto and object-fit: fill;
with which command can I fix these settings? I could not make the theme from css
@ckshen It’s a layouts plugin issue. It’s fixed. Apologies for the regression.
e.g. Angus' Sandbox
@Donald_Swofford Unfortunately, you currently have to turn off
topic list set category defaults and set category-specific Topic List Previews settings for each category if you want to disable excerpts in one category. There’s currently no category-specific ‘exclusion’ settings for the site-wide settings.
@nothing If you need to apply custom CSS, you can add it to the default theme in Site Customisations.
I do not want favicon in the eyes. There is no problem on YouTube but when I add content with a URL on a WordPress site, the site is displayed as a favicon image
I want to visualize the thumbnail of the article inside the article against the thumb
Thank you for the fix! No need for apologies- you are doing it for all of us on your own time, i.e. a favor. We should thank you that there is a plugin at all.
I’ll take a look at the favicon issue tomorrow. I’m not entirely clear on the error message you reported here. Are you still seeing this?
This issue occurs if you have both
Featured images enabled (either on the site or category level); and
topic list featured images tagto a tag that doesn’t exist.
Disable featured images (Featured images are images above the topic list, not to be confused with topic list thumbnails, which is probably what you want); or
Use a tag for featured images that exists.
I live this problem from the pictures on my own site.
When I add the subject from the URL, for example, from a blog site, it becomes the thumbnail of the favicon of that blog site. I want the image in the subject to be thumb, not the favicon
You said you’d take care of the favicon tomorrow, but did not you? Favicon does not look, but it does not appear in the subject
From what I understand, the issue is that you’re seeing favicons appear as previewed images (right?).
There is actually already logic to exclude favicons in the plugin, and I can’t reproduce the issue on my sandbox or locally. See e.g.
And the associated topic list:
Can you point me to a live example of the issue you’re seeing? Thanks.
url posting does not bring the picture in the subject of other.
Image example first post normal post. 2nd post url post
There are two issues here:
Incorrectly using a favicon as a preview image. I cannot reproduce this issue. I tracked down the link from your screenshot, and when I use it, the no preview thumbnail is created, which is the expected behaviour.
See further: Topic List Previews - Angus' Sandbox
Are you sure you’re using the latest version of this plugin. What commit shows for this plugin at /admin/docker?
Using a preview from a onebox as a preview image. This has never been supported, but I am adding it now.
I was digging around in the production logs and noticed that the featured images row does an additional GET request for each pageview. I’m about to deploy the plugin on a high traffic forum and I’m a little worried about performance impact as this would effectively double the load on my server - is there a more effective way to do this, and roll it into the original page request?
Started GET “/tags/featured?featured_images=true&tags_created_at=true&_=1522479449443” for xxx at 2018-03-31 06:57:38 +0000