Support » Plugin: RSS Aggregator by Feedzy - Powerful WP Autoblogging and News Aggregator » Feed block shows “Post Title” instead of post title

  • Hi, I noticed when using the new Feedzy block, I get “Post Title” as the title of each feed post instead of the true title. When revert the block to the old shortcode, the posts have their proper title again…

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  • luciamarinescu

    (@luciamarinescu)

    Hi @ravanh!

    Thanks for choosing Feedzy!

    Could you please provide us a screenshot with the settings of the Feedzy block you are using?

    Thank you and have a nice day!

    Thread Starter Rolf Allard van Hagen

    (@ravanh)

    Hi, thanks for responding 🙂

    I found that the block option “Title Character Limit” somehow had become 0 while it used to be just empty. Trying to clear the field, I find that that is not possible (anymore)… The only way to clear that field is to delete the block and recreate it again without touching the “Title Character Limit” field.

    So:

    1. When the title character limit is set to 0, the post titles become “Post Title” instead of being empty or showing completely (as suggested by the block appearance itself) … at the same time, a negative value is possible too while this also results in a discrepancy between the block’s behavior on the backend and front end.

    2. The text “Leave empty to show full title.” below that field suggest that (once the setting has been touched) this is somehow still an option. The Chrome browser however does not allow a field of type=”number” to be changed to anything else but a number.

    Hope this helps reproducing the issue 🙂

    Mat

    (@mateithemeisle)

    Hello @ravanh,

    Thank you for the detailed explanation which indeed helped me in reproducing the issue on a test instance!

    We will forward these findings to our developer team and will try to include a fix in the upcoming releases of the plugin!

    Thank you again for your time and for sharing your findings with the community!

    Thread Starter Rolf Allard van Hagen

    (@ravanh)

    And thank you for a great plugin and continued support 🙂

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