August 21, 2012 at 2:28 am #10240
mashup not showing a specific custom post type.
i have eight custom post types, but the items of one of them won’t show in the mashup.
all the rest do.
need urgent help with that.
thanks.August 21, 2012 at 6:10 am #10243
What version of MapPress? What’s the mashup shortcode you’re using?
As a general tip, you can use ‘post_type=xyz’ to select a post type or ‘post_type=any’ to try all post types. Also, you need to specify ‘posts_per_page=-1’ or your blog will limit the number of posts retrieved.August 21, 2012 at 8:16 am #10247BradSiegfriedParticipant
Don’t forget to tick the box for that post type in MapPress Basic Settings.August 21, 2012 at 8:43 am #10248
Of course, the obvious has been done.
1. the checkbox for all of the custom post type are checked at the setting page
2. the map on the custom post itself works fine
3. the query is: [mashup height=”200px” width=”660px” show=”query” show_query=”posts_per_page=-1&post_type=projects”] and it’s on the home.php file with the do_shortcode(); function
4. mappress pro version 2.38 (i guess it’s the most updated)
??August 21, 2012 at 10:05 am #10249
- How are you are displaying the other 7 post types (that work) ?
- What happens if you just put the mashup shortcode in a post, rather than putting it in the home.php file?
- Are the posts public and published? If they are private they won’t show up in query results.
- What happens if you deactivate your other plugins and use a standard theme (like ‘twentyeleven’)?
If the above don’t help, please use the contact form to send me a login and I’ll take a look.August 21, 2012 at 11:34 am #10250
The other custom post types are shown the same way if i’m using them. in the normal function of the website the only 2 custom post types need to have mappress enabled.
inside a post it is doing the same. the post are public and published, i’ve checked.
tried to disable plugins and switch theme but i think that it’s wired that one custom post type will do fine and the others not.
the problem is that my site is in hebrew. i guess it will be hard for you to manage…
can this be because all of the othe custom post type was generated before i’ve installed mappress and only this one was registered after the mappress installation?August 21, 2012 at 12:24 pm #10251
I really don’t know what would make those post types unique.
I have several times seen conflicts with other plugins and themes that affected queries. They can really difficult to troubleshoot, so I still think it’s always worth disabling plguins and switching the theme as a first step.
You can also try just taking MapPress out this – try just running the query and printing the results instead.
For example in yout template page do this instead of do_shortcode() :
$wpq = new WP_Query("posts_per_page=-1&post_type=projects");
print_r($wpq->posts);August 22, 2012 at 12:03 am #10254
I’m having the same issue -here’s my embed code. The custom post type is not showing up – I’ve checked all the settings as described above.
I tried what you suggested in your last post and the print_r shows the post I am trying to get into the mashup.
940, 'height'=>500, show=>"query", show_query=>"posts_per_page=2&post_type=directory");
echo $mappress->shortcode_mashup($atts); ?>
please adviseAugust 22, 2012 at 2:30 am #10256
update – it specifially doesn’t work when I’m in an archive of a custom post type. so I’m in template “archie-post_type.php” and it just loads all posts.August 22, 2012 at 8:47 pm #10261
1. What happens if you use a mashup directly in a post, without using do_shortcode()?
2. What happens if you disable your other plugins/theme?
If you like, after doing the above send a login and I’ll try to troubleshoot it for you – I haven’t been able to reproduce this problem on my test system.October 2, 2012 at 2:55 am #10524
Still got this problem – I make my mashups in the template
disabling all other plugins doesn’t help
I’m trying in a completely different theme and it doesn’t work there either. I;ve updated to the latest version – no help.
Can you please attempt to recreate the problem by creating a custom post type – then an archive of that post type.October 2, 2012 at 3:07 am #10526
Ok – looks like an or change in the way the width is listed caused the problem. should be in inverted commas and with px
here are my atts for anyone with a similar problem
$atts = array(‘width’=>’700px’, ‘height’=> ‘455px’, show=>”query”, show_query=>”posts_per_page=-1&post_type=group_events”, poilist=>”true”, marker_title=>”post”, marker_body=>”excerpt”, directions => “none”, initialopeninfo=>”false”);
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