cclemens (@cclemens)

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  • cclemens
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    @cclemens

    Thanks, Arutam!

    I love Yoast. But, to be able to upload an image for sharing networks, doesn’t that require being able to access a URL in the Page editor? I think that’s the problem I’m having is there’s no way for me to do that. Does using this code supply that function?

    And, where does the code get installed? I’m not a dev at all, so most of my knowledge is plug-and-play.

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    cclemens
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    @cclemens

    Yes. Our set up has a “Preview” button above the editor. In the past, after typing in the editor, you’d hit the preview button and then get a preview window below.

    I just tried typing without hitting the preview, and then also with using the button. Neither one works.

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    cclemens
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    @cclemens

    Hi Robin.

    I don’t believe there’s any setup involved. I’m not a developer and didn’t install it on our site. I’m just trying to figure out why it stopped working.

    The functionality of the plugin should allow someone to hit the “preview” button, and below the text editor, a preview window of what the post will look like when it’s published appears. It used to work great, but now, the pop-up no longer appears.

    I just came here hoping that someone else who used this plugin on their bbPress forum had a solution.

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    cclemens
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    @cclemens

    Hi Robin–

    This is the only place I can find it available:
    https://github.com/r-a-y/bbp-live-preview


    cclemens
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    @cclemens

    ha! Thanks!!


    cclemens
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    @cclemens

    Thanks Stephen. I was toying with that setting a bit yesterday as well. I don’t love that the word ‘Private’ shows up in the title, though. That’s why I was attempting to use the already in place Woo member access. I’ll keep playing!


    cclemens
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    @cclemens

    Thanks Robin. We have quite a few plugins installed already and I’d prefer to attempt it without installing more. Is there no way to do this with the native bbpress and Woo applications?

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