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  • Thread Starter oliverding1973

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    Rather not, because it does not correspond to the contents of possible tweets. It is dependent on the value of the option “How many tweets”, when configuring the widget.

    Thread Starter oliverding1973

    (@oliverding1973)

    [feedzy-rss feeds="https://sockenseite.de/wordpress/tag/aughts/feed/" max="20" refresh="7_days" feed_title="no" sort="date_asc" summary="no" "target="_self"]
    is what’s been in there. I can see no difference, as the hyphen has been removed and was not the cause of the problems. There are no such hyphensv in between in the other shortcodes.

    Still there is a problem with request floods caused by the Plugin. I tried to repair it by adding

     CURLOPT_TIMEOUT => 30,
     CURLOPT_TIMEOUT_MS => 30000,

    to lines 723 to 732 of /wp-content/plugins/feedzy-rss-feeds/includes/abstract/feedzy-rss-feeds-admin-abstract.php. But this didn’t help.

    My hoster tells me there are still unrevoked request caused by the Plugin. They guess it is a combination of SimplePie, Feedzy RSS and their PHP-FPM setup. There should be a way to tell SimplePie not to send out more CURL requests when there are unanswered requests from the plugin.

    Thread Starter oliverding1973

    (@oliverding1973)

    My hoster tells me:

    # grep 'Feedzy RSS Feeds' /home/ding/logs/error_log_php.{1..3} |wc -l
    301945

    There are loads of errors caused, when I activate the plugin. They suggest to set the CURLOPT_TIMEOUT to a number higher than 10,000 milliseconds.

    There is a timeout for the feed, which leads to PHP-FPM-Worker and Apache waiting for each other. Meanwhile, dozens of other ports are being blocked with new slots requesting the feed. They had to cancel 595 slots for the same URL.

    Thread Starter oliverding1973

    (@oliverding1973)

    I am using now the following shortcode:
    [feedzy-rss feeds=“https://sockenseite.de/wordpress/tag/aughts/feed/“ max=“20″ refresh=“7_days“ feed_title=“no“ sort=“date_asc“ summary=“no“ target=“_self“]

    However, it still breaks the feed of the tag.

    My interpretation is, that a feedback is caused by the fact, that the articles with the relevant tag include a link to the feed, in which they are included. However, the link to the feed is not in the part of the articles that is displayed. I think, there could be a solution to not include parts of the article that are not displayed in the creation of the output.

    I encounter the same problem. Despite having set the correct shortcode, TOCs are displayed.

    Thread Starter oliverding1973

    (@oliverding1973)

    [06-Sep-2021 21:37:06] WARNING: [pool www] child 27336 said into stderr: "[06-Sep-2021 19:37:06 UTC] PHP Notice: A feed could not be found at''. Empty body. in /***/***/********/********/html/wp-includes/class-simplepie.php on line 1430"
    [06-Sep-2021 21:37:06] WARNING: [pool www] child 27336 said into stderr: "[06-Sep-2021 19:37:06 UTC] Feedzy RSS Feeds - related feed: https://piratenpartei-leverkusen.de/category/leverkusen/ideen-und-visionen/benutzbare-stadt/feed/ - Error message: WP HTTP Error: cURL error 28: Operation timed out after 10000 milliseconds with 0 bytes received"

    This causes the error. I have temporarily replaced Feedzy via the shortcoded RSS widget from WordPress. This does the job of showing the articles, but it is not that configurable. For instance it doesn’t show the selected post image.

    As I said before: It doesn’t seem to be caused by the host, as it hasn’t been a problem for months. It only started getting problematic after the update early August. And the RSS widget uses the same source. So it shouldn’t be the host that is causing timeouts when calling the feed’s source.

    Thread Starter oliverding1973

    (@oliverding1973)

    I removed the loop, like you found out. I had been using feeds from the own site on various hosts. The first time it ran into a problem whas after the update from early August. So I suspect it is not the host, but the recent change. The later update did not change the problem, as I ran into the same problem on another site (same provider).

    I can’t retrieve the logs for some reason I haven’t been able to sort out. So I can’t verify if it is the same error that is being created. In the original setting I got this from the log:

    "Undefined offset: 1 in /***/***/*******/****/****/wordpress/wp-content/plugins/feedzy-rss-feeds/includes/abstract/feedzy-rss-feeds-admin-abstract.php on line 712"

    code-snippets.old e.g. Any name will do. Renaming the plugin folder via FTP causes WordPress to deactivate the plugin, because the path specified is no longer available. The (now functional) backend will tell you just that.

    Thread Starter oliverding1973

    (@oliverding1973)

    What I did was this:

    • Resetting Consumer Key/Secret
    • Resetting API Key/Secret
    • Saving Widget in Design\Widgets (although it was already in there)

    Afterwards it worked again. Maybe saving would have been enough, dunno.

    Thread Starter oliverding1973

    (@oliverding1973)

    It’s in the source code, but won’t display. I’ve set it to V2 JavaScript, but that didn’t change anything.

    <section id="rotatingtweets_widget-2" class="widget widget_rotatingtweets_widget">
    <div class='rotatingtweets rotatingtweets_format_0' id='rotatingtweets_3000_fade_1000_59ccdf4c2f204' data-cycle-auto-height="calc" data-cycle-fx="fade" data-cycle-pause-on-hover="true" data-cycle-timeout="3000" data-cycle-speed="1000" data-cycle-easing="swing" data-cycle-slides="div.rotatingtweet" data-cycle-log="false">
    	<div class = 'rotatingtweet'>
    		<p class='rtw_main'>RT <a href='https://twitter.com/intent/user?user_id=14341194' title='Piratenpartei' lang='de'>@Piratenpartei</a> Heute, 21 Uhr im <a href="https://twitter.com/search?q=%23Piraten&src=hash" title="#Piraten" class="rtw_hashtag_link">#Piraten</a>~NRW-<a href="https://twitter.com/search?q=%23Mumble&src=hash" title="#Mumble" class="rtw_hashtag_link">#Mumble</a> "Dicker Engel" Feedback zur Bundestagswahl 2017 mit Spitzenkandidaten, Wahlkampforga & BuVo. <a href='https://t.co/v5SPCDil7n' title='https://twitter.com/Piratenpartei/status/913085830092091392/photo/1' class='rtw_media_link'>pic.twitter.com/v5SPCDil7n</a></p>
    		<p class='rtw_meta'><a  href="https://twitter.com/twitterapi/status/913119102247608320">Gestern</a> von <a href='https://twitter.com/intent/user?user_id=490467820' title='PIRATEN Leverkusen'>PIRATEN Leverkusens Twitter</a> via <a href="http://twitter.com/download/android" rel="nofollow">Twitter for Android</a></p></div>
    	<div class = 'rotatingtweet' style='display:none'>
    		<p class='rtw_main'>RT <a href='https://twitter.com/intent/user?user_id=14341194' title='Piratenpartei' lang='de'>@Piratenpartei</a> Wenn Ihr wollt, daß <a href="https://twitter.com/search?q=%23Piraten&src=hash" title="#Piraten" class="rtw_hashtag_link">#Piraten</a> weiter kämpfen können für Digitales & Soziales, dann helft uns bitte mit einer Spende.
    <a href='https://t.co/oU3xtSrTQj' title='https://www.piratenpartei.de/mithelfen/spendenkampagnen/' class='rtw_url_link'>piratenpartei.de/mithelfen/sp&hellip;</a> <a href='https://t.co/eyjFgD5eFe' title='https://twitter.com/Piratenpartei/status/912391260802998273/photo/1' class='rtw_media_link'>pic.twitter.com/eyjFgD5eFe</a></p>
    		<p class='rtw_meta'><a  href="https://twitter.com/twitterapi/status/913084509507264512">Gestern</a> von <a href='https://twitter.com/intent/user?user_id=490467820' title='PIRATEN Leverkusen'>PIRATEN Leverkusens Twitter</a> via <a href="http://twitter.com/download/android" rel="nofollow">Twitter for Android</a></p></div>
    </div>
    
    [...]
    
    <div class='rtw_follow follow-button'><a href='http://twitter.com/PIRATEN_Lev' class='twitter-follow-button' title='@PIRATEN_Lev folgen' data-lang='de'>@PIRATEN_Lev folgen</a></div></section>

    That’s what I find in the source, but nothing of that is displayed. Neither still or rotating.

    Thread Starter oliverding1973

    (@oliverding1973)

    I’ve regenerated the Twitter tokens to test, but the widget is still not displayed.

    Thread Starter oliverding1973

    (@oliverding1973)

    Funfact: all other feeds – e.g. tags, categories (even with excludes, only given categories) – work just fine, when supplied by Feedzy on the website. It’s just the one with the searchterm that’s not working in Feedzy.

    Thread Starter oliverding1973

    (@oliverding1973)

    Maybe your theme offers a footer widget. Have you tried Appearance\Widgets yet?

    In the backend open Appearance\Editor, look for footer.php, find string and replace it. The file would be located in your theme’s folder as well.

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