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  • in reply to: taxonomy filters

    #927


    Tammy Hart

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    Jon,

    When you click on a term, you should be taken to an archive page similar to a category page. It sounds like the rewrite rules may not have flushed correctly. Try going to your permalinks page in Settings (this will flush the rules), then revisiting one of the taxonomy term pages again.


    in reply to: Thumbnail picture alignment in Instructions

    #922


    Tammy Hart

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    It may be that your theme would better support a different image size. Try changing the image size option found on the ReciPress Settings page.


    in reply to: Can anyone other than admin post recipes?

    #921


    Tammy Hart

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    In order to create recipes, your users need the ability to author posts. So they would need to be of a role that has that capability such as Admin, Editor, or Author.


    in reply to: cost of the recipe

    #920


    Tammy Hart

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    Yes you can! To do this, go to the ReciPress settings page in your WordPress admin and enable the “cost field” option. This will now add a field to the add recipe box to indicate the cost to make the recipe.

    Enjoy!


    in reply to: showing the recipe after 'read more'

    #919


    Tammy Hart

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    If you do not want the recipe to output automatically after the content of the post, you disable this in the ReciPress options page and then display the recipe by using can use one of two following options:

    1. use [recipe] shortcode in each and every post that has a recipe
    2. open your template file (e.g. single.php) and find where you would like the recipe to output. Then use the code <?php the_recipe(); ?>


    in reply to: Display Recent Recipes Widget for Custom Post Type

    #918


    Tammy Hart

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    Ah, good catch. This will be fixed in version 1.9.5, coming soon!


    in reply to: Broken Ingredient and Instruction Formatting

    #894


    Tammy Hart

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    This is correct. I’m working on some code revisions now which includes a fix for this.


    in reply to: Image upload not working

    #881


    Tammy Hart

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    What version of ReciPress are you running? The latest version (1.9.5) did a major overhaul of this feature and it may fix your issue.


    in reply to: UGH! "Instruction" section is too wide on left margin!

    #880


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    The recipe is not currently displaying for me as it looks like you have changed your output settings.

    My guess is, however, that your theme is setting a marge for unordered and ordered lists that is pushing things in. Try this css and see if it helps:

    #content #recipress_recipe ul, #content #recipress_recipe ol { margin: 15px 0; }


    in reply to: Different namings

    #879


    Tammy Hart

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    The plugin doesn’t support changing the taxonomy attributes, but you could probably override them with another plugin like More taxonomies: http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/more-taxonomies/


    in reply to: Turn off Taxonomies for Ingredients?

    #875


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    This feature is coming in version 1.9.5 which is due to release in the next few days.


    in reply to: Remove old taxonomies

    #874


    Tammy Hart

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    Once you uninstall ReciPress, the taxonomies will be freed up. However, it’s a monster to try to move terms around and change taxonomy names. You may find this plugin helpful for that: http://codex.wordpress.org/Class_Reference/WP_Query#Taxonomy_Parameters

    One word of caution.. locking functionality like this into a theme is not something most developers would advise. The reason being, in a year or two when you decide you want to change your theme again, you’ll be back to doing this process all over again. My advice would be to find a recipe plugin you like and sticking to it. Your data should belong to you, not to a theme.

    Best of luck!


    in reply to: Filtering output loop based on taxonomies

    #871


    Tammy Hart

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    You can query posts baed on multiple taxonomies with WP_Query using a tax_query. See the codex here: http://codex.wordpress.org/Class_Reference/WP_Query#Taxonomy_Parameters


    Tammy Hart

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    I think an easy solution would be to just move the terms from one taxonomy to another. You can do this with a plugin called Term Management Tools: http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/term-management-tools/


    in reply to: Google Rich Recipe Snippets Compatible?

    #869


    Tammy Hart

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    Chris,

    The recipe output uses hRecipe standards, although improvements are coming soon in this area. This was one of my highest priorities for the plugin, so rest assured it’s important that the plugin produces the best output it can for you.

    It’s also pluggable and filterable so that if something doesn’t work the way you want it to, developers can easily hook in and change things up without having to touch the core code.

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