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  • in reply to: WPSP Social Links #24050
    David
    Participant

    Hi Tom,

    TOM: The other issues with the FB and Twitter links are because those aren’t actually links – they open a small window using javascript instead of linking to a whole new page.

    Is there any way we can fix this issue?
    e.g.
    https://github.com/GoogleChrome/lighthouse/issues/10590

    If they are not actually links (you said above) then why are you using in the code. Is there another way to write this where I do not lose 8 points on my SEO score (according to Lighthouse).

    Can you use buttons for example (instead of anchor tags)?

    Thank you for you time.

    Dave

    in reply to: WPSP Social Links #23550
    David
    Participant

    Thank You

    in reply to: WPSP Social Links #23471
    David
    Participant

    Here is the link:

    in reply to: WPSP & Imagify #15424
    David
    Participant

    Hi Tom,

    I don’t understand you question.
    But it’s okay I made a very short video explaining the issue I’m having.

    Thank you very much, David

    in reply to: WPSP & Imagify #15398
    David
    Participant

    Hi Tom,

    We definitely made progress on this.

    This filter works great for 5 of the 8 WPSP grids I’m using. By this I mean, if I do not specify an image size in WPSP, then the image is served with the <picture> tag as expected.

    However, I still have 3 WPSP grids do not use the default image size.

    This filter only sets the default size, and so anytime I set the size in WPSP it does not use the <picture> tag.

    in reply to: Shortcode #15377
    David
    Participant

    Yes Tom, this did it just as expected.

    My page speed score (98 mobile), download speed (<1s), and user experience have greatly improved since I switch to your theme and plugin.

    Thank you so much.

    David

    in reply to: Shortcode #15354
    David
    Participant

    No. Step 1 says I use Yoast to disable the author pages.

    Here is a short video made for you.

    Can WPSP help?

    Thank You.

    in reply to: Shortcode #15329
    David
    Participant

    Actually here is the thing. I’m trying to redo the way WordPress does author webpages.

    1. Use Yoast to disable the /author/ archives pages.
    2. Each contributor writes a full-length professional bio as a post.
    3. Use GP Elements and WP Show Posts to include a list of the posts on 2.

    But WPSP does not allow to filter by author. And the shortcode doesn’t work either.

    But Like the list of posts that shows on the /author/ archive pages, if Yoast keeps them enabled.

    Can I somehow use the php code in a GP elements, without needing WPSP, because it seems that code I already written.

    Any ideas on the best route to take?

    David

    in reply to: Shortcode #15324
    David
    Participant

    This sounds great. I’m looking forward to the update. Thank you so much for your great plugin and theme.

    in reply to: Shortcode #15263
    David
    Participant

    Hi Tom,

    How to do a shortcode to filter specific author:

    [wp_show_posts id=”76440″ settings=”user_id=35″]

    So that the grid only shows posts by that author.

    This is my question now.

    Thank you.

    in reply to: Shortcode #15152
    David
    Participant

    Tom,

    Actually, I choose https://wordpress.org/plugins/custom-sidebars/

    Add everything is working great.

    Before, using Content Views Pro, I had a 1.3 second delay (on average), for unused css on PageSpeed.

    Now using WP Show Post, and the built in features of GP Premium, I have only 0.15 second delay for unused css on PageSpeed.

    You now get (earn) $75 from me every year.

    Thank you for your hard work.

    in reply to: Shortcode #15107
    David
    Participant

    I use the Blog module for GeneratePress Premium and I wanna use the WP Show Posts for the sidebar posts. I can add the shortcode you wrote above into the widget. But how can I make it be aware of which category the blog post has?

    Could I use https://en-ca.wordpress.org/plugins/content-aware-sidebars/ with the shortcode above in sidebars?

    Thank you.

    in reply to: Shortcode #15102
    David
    Participant

    Tom is now my best friend.

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