Content not pulling through when syndicating... #52

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davidmead opened this Issue May 14, 2017 · 7 comments

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Hi Matthias.

Just written a post on my site...

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...but when it's syndicated, Twitter only displays the post number (H1) and a link back to my blog. No content is pulling through.

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Where can I get the previous version of the theme so I can roll back?

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chrisaldrich May 14, 2017

@davidmead I'm curious what method you're using for syndicating to twitter that's causing this? That may be the better question to address. It's likely if you're having a problem, others will as well.

In the interim, you can find all the prior releases here: https://github.com/pfefferle/SemPress/releases. From here you also have the ability to view the changes between releases so you can potentially easily track down the pieces of code which changed and may be causing issues.

You might also find it easier to create a child theme of SemPress with some small changes to improve your specific issues, this way you'll still get other future updates from the parent.

@davidmead I'm curious what method you're using for syndicating to twitter that's causing this? That may be the better question to address. It's likely if you're having a problem, others will as well.

In the interim, you can find all the prior releases here: https://github.com/pfefferle/SemPress/releases. From here you also have the ability to view the changes between releases so you can potentially easily track down the pieces of code which changed and may be causing issues.

You might also find it easier to create a child theme of SemPress with some small changes to improve your specific issues, this way you'll still get other future updates from the parent.

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davidmead May 14, 2017

I'm currently using Bridgy Publish (v1.2.1) @chrisaldrich. Been working fine up to now.

Thanks for the links to the previous versions. I just want to rule it out, but I've had a lot of weirdness since updating. Good idea about the child theme.

davidmead commented May 14, 2017

I'm currently using Bridgy Publish (v1.2.1) @chrisaldrich. Been working fine up to now.

Thanks for the links to the previous versions. I just want to rule it out, but I've had a lot of weirdness since updating. Good idea about the child theme.

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davidmead May 15, 2017

OK. So I'm not sure what's going on.

Rolling back to v1.5.6 gives me this posting to Twitter...
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...going back further to v1.4 gives me this when posting to Twitter
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Only thing I changed was the theme.

OK. So I'm not sure what's going on.

Rolling back to v1.5.6 gives me this posting to Twitter...
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...going back further to v1.4 gives me this when posting to Twitter
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Only thing I changed was the theme.

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pfefferle May 15, 2017

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OK, it is because of the title... I think ownyourswarm uses the p-name if there is one, and after adding the post-id as headline, this seems to cause this problem.

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pfefferle commented May 15, 2017

OK, it is because of the title... I think ownyourswarm uses the p-name if there is one, and after adding the post-id as headline, this seems to cause this problem.

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but this is expected, that's why SemPress supports different post-types. An article always has a title and it makes sense to use the title, because the text might be too long for a tweet. link, aside and note does not have a title, because they are expected to be short.

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pfefferle commented May 15, 2017

but this is expected, that's why SemPress supports different post-types. An article always has a title and it makes sense to use the title, because the text might be too long for a tweet. link, aside and note does not have a title, because they are expected to be short.

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pfefferle May 22, 2017

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@davidmead is this ok for you?

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pfefferle commented May 22, 2017

@davidmead is this ok for you?

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davidmead May 23, 2017

I think so @pfefferle. Thx.

I think so @pfefferle. Thx.

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