Rolf

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  • in reply to: Flash between images #30123
    Rolf
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    Hi Timothy, yes the issue is known and being worked on as we speak (write).

    The current transition is a fade-out (of the old image) and then fade-in (new image) which exposes the white background visible like a short flash.

    The next release will have a cross-fade effect, which means the old image will fade into the new one straight away. After that, a slide effect is planned for another release.

    In any case, the upcoming version should not take too long now 🙂

    in reply to: WPBakery grids and Easy FancyBox Pro #30007
    Rolf
    Keymaster

    Hi Johannes, thanks for sending the zip. I’ve sent an email to you after testing with different gallery blocks but in all cases the fancybox light box seems to work wihtout any modifications… I’ll need more info to be able to reproduce the issue so I hope you can tell me more via email 🙂

    in reply to: Customizing outside title #30006
    Rolf
    Keymaster

    Great work! 🙂

    in reply to: Fatal error to install XML Sitemap plugin #17844
    Rolf
    Keymaster

    Or, if you are not afraid of modifying PHP files, you can try this:

    1. Go to Plugins > Plugin Editor and select XML Sitemap & Google News on the top right.
    2. Open >models in files list on the right en choose the file functions.public-shared.php
    3. There you will see the first function:

    
    function xmlsf_headers( $headers ) {
    	// set noindex
    	$headers['X-Robots-Tag'] = 'noindex, follow';
    	$headers['Content-Type'] = 'text/xml; charset=' . get_bloginfo('charset');
    	return $headers;
    }
    

    Now add a new line right after function xmlsf_headers( $headers ) { and enter $headers['Status'] = '200'; there. It should look like:

    
    function xmlsf_headers( $headers ) {
    	$headers['Status'] = '200';
    	// set noindex
    	$headers['X-Robots-Tag'] = 'noindex, follow';
    	$headers['Content-Type'] = 'text/xml; charset=' . get_bloginfo('charset');
    	return $headers;
    }
    

    Then click the button Update File at the bottom.

    Let me know and I’ll check the response status of your sitemaps again 🙂

    in reply to: Fatal error to install XML Sitemap plugin #17843
    Rolf
    Keymaster

    It all looks correct. Only the response status 404 is wrong. I’ve only seen this happen on older WordPress versions without any posts published but that is certainly not the case here.

    I wonder if it’s a conflict with another plugin.

    Any chance you could create a temporary admin account so I can take a look on the back end? You can send me the details via the contact form or a private message (link “send a message” under my icon on the left here).

    in reply to: Fatal error to install XML Sitemap plugin #17834
    Rolf
    Keymaster

    Hi Eduardo, I checked your yearly post sitemaps a few times. They are really slow and I even saw the 5OO internal server error once.

    Make sure you keep your option ‘Split by’ on ‘Month’. Your monthly sitemaps load fast enough and all are correct.

    However, even though the response is correct, the status code that is returned by the server is 4O4 which means “not found”. I suspect Google sees this as a problem (and it is!) so it will not treat the sitemaps further.

    Do you have any idea why your server or WordPress itself would return a 404 status code for posts or feeds?

    in reply to: Fatal error to install XML Sitemap plugin #17785
    Rolf
    Keymaster

    Or… you can set the option Split by to Month which will make the sitemaps smaller and faster to index. 🙂

    in reply to: Fatal error to install XML Sitemap plugin #17784
    Rolf
    Keymaster

    Hi Eduardo, I’ve entered both your sitemap.xml and your sitemap-posttype-post.2019.xml in the online validator tool https://www.xml-sitemaps.com/validate-xml-sitemap.html and both are valid.

    Maybe the error is an old one and will disappear after a while. Or you can try removing the sitemap from your Search Console and then submit it again. Hopefully the spider will re-validate it then.

    in reply to: Fatal error to install XML Sitemap plugin #17746
    Rolf
    Keymaster

    If you set “Split by: Month” you will have less posts per sitemap. On option to split by “Number” is planned for a future version but not ready yet…

    in reply to: Fatal error to install XML Sitemap plugin #17741
    Rolf
    Keymaster

    So you have only the XML Sitemap & Google News plugin activated now? And can you switch to Month or Year or does that still cause a problem?

    in reply to: Fatal error to install XML Sitemap plugin #17689
    Rolf
    Keymaster

    When changing to Year or Month is when it causes problems. It does not group the links by year or month. You have consumed all the resources of the web server.

    That is very strange… Is there any chance I can take a look on the admin side? If you create a temporary admin account and send me the details via https://premium.status301.com/contact/ ?

    Or do you see any related errors in the server error log?

    in reply to: Fatal error to install XML Sitemap plugin #17680
    Rolf
    Keymaster

    From this topic title I understand that the error occurs during plugin installation. Is that the case? Is that the Google News Advanced extension plugin or the main XML Sitemap & Google News plugin? And is that when installing or when activating?

    in reply to: Fatal error to install XML Sitemap plugin #17676
    Rolf
    Keymaster

    Hi Eduardo, I responded to your email about half an hour ago. Maybe it landed in the spam folder?

    My question is: where does the error occur? On a post sitemap? In your mail there was a screen shot of memory errors, so it might help to set the “Split by” option to “Month” on Settings > XML Sitemap…

    Rolf
    Keymaster

    To get the popup to show on the top left will take more that some custom CSS or alternative image. The script was designed to seek the center so our only option would be to make the popup as large as possible and then have the form align top left of its content.

    Go to Settings > Media and find the section Window. There, under Dimensions, set both “Width” and “Height” to 100% and test your popup again…

    Rolf
    Keymaster

    Hi Bianca, to change the background transparency, there is the field Opacity in the Overlay section on Settings > Media. Give it a value 1 to completely remove any transparency.

    Changing the close button appearance will be more difficult. We have an experimental plugin available that replaces the standard close button but it will look different to what you want. You’d have to create your own alternative button image to replace the one in that plugin.

    Or we could try to construct some custom CSS to get the close button to look like you want…

    Let me know what you prefer 🙂

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