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  • #14481
    Mike
    Participant

    Is there a limit on the number of post queries that WP ShowPosts can create? I have 10 WP ShowPosts queries and went to add another. The option to add a new ShowPost query/shortcode does not appear. What do I need to check?

    #14483
    Mike
    Participant

    Well, I answered my own question. WP ShowPosts seems to be limited to 10 ShowPost queries/shortcodes. I deleted a query and the “Add New” button is back. Unless I can increase the number of ShowPost items I’ll be asking for a refund. One of my specialties is creating association websites. Most of the associations that I work with are “staffed” by volunteers. It’s fairly easy to teach them how to create a WordPress post and select a category. This routes the post to their specialty page on the website. Many of these sites need more than 10 post queires.

    This is the first post query plugin that I have tested that limits the number of queries/shortcodes. I like this plugin a lot but need more than 10 items.

    #14485
    Mike
    Participant

    This must have been a transient issue. After deleting the 10th query and adding a new one, the “Add New” button is back. I was able to add an 11th query and the Add New button is still there.

    #14489
    Tom
    Keymaster

    Hi there,

    Glad you got it sorted.

    I would be careful adding too many lists to one page, as it will eventually cause performance issues.

    #14493
    Mike
    Participant

    Hi Tom,

    I usually have only one WP ShowPosts shortcode per page.

    I did a forced reinstall of WP ShowPosts. This may have been what fixed it. I installed GeneratePress with the Pro addon, and WP ShowPosts on a migrated database from a client site that was built in 2012. There is likely a lot of leftover clutter from old plugins in the database.

    Thanks for a great plugin!

    Mike

    #14514
    Tom
    Keymaster

    No problem! Glad you like it 🙂

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