October 15, 2012 at 10:50 pm #253
Instead of multiplying topic, let me ask about two things in one and be done with it ;) I’ve been using the theme extensively in the last week, and apart from the Twitter widget and the default font size things I talked about in other threads, I’ve noticed only two more problems:
1) RSS feed output is broken in two ways:
a) all shortcodes are visible in the feed like they are a regular text part of the post, e.g. what looks like this in the post:
Let me tell you, we are not making a shooter. (with the last few word highlighted using HIGHLIGHT shortcode)
…can look like this in Google Reader:
Let me tell you, [highlight bg=”#DDFF99″ color=”#000000″]we are not making a shooter[/highlight].
(oddly enough shortcodes are stripped off properly in Instapaper, it’s just RSS that misbehaves)
b) all text in the RSS is mashed together. For example a post that’s:
This is a paragraph one.
This is a paragraph two.
This is a paragraph three.
…in Google Reader will look this way:
This is a paragraph one. This is a paragraph two. This is a paragraph three.
Basically, all words in the post become a wall of text :) I looked in the html of the posts, and it seems like whatever is in is displayed properly in RSS, but if the paragraphs is separated with a regular press of the Enter key in the WordPress post (don’t laugh, I am not a coder, so I don’t know how to describe it better :) then this is ignored in RSS and all paragraphs become “glued” together in the feed. However, everything is working properly if I switch the theme to any of the WordPress’ default ones.
The other problem is a small thing and I can fix it manually by editing a few of the theme’s php files, so feel free to ignore it. But if in the future there’s an easy way to achieve what I need, that’d be great. Anyway, there’s no simple way to disable comments info. When the comments are disabled in WordPress, the theme still keeps on displaying messages like “Comments are closed” (end of a post) or “0 comments” (on the main blog page under each post). I think it’d much be nicer if simply nothing was displayed when a blogger/company decides to not offer the comments option.
Thanks for listening! :)October 18, 2012 at 1:40 pm #269
A little update. The RSS problem goes away (posts are properly formatted) if:
a) One stops using WordPress’ WYSIWYG editor for posts and write directly in HTML editor (which I am hearing is a thing to do no matter what).
b) One does not use (the current version) Fuji’s shortcodes. Which is not a big deal, there’s a lot of ways to add captions to images, etc.
Just wanted to let any visitor know there is a solution if they need one :)October 21, 2012 at 9:50 pm #284
I sincerely apologize for such a delay in my response, I somehow did not see the notification of this forum thread being created.
The RSS feed:
– please try replacing the functions.php file with the updated one, this should enable shortcode processing in RSS feeds
– I’m still looking into the formatting issue, will try to find a fix
as far as I know, the “comments are closed” message is being displayed even by the default WordPress themes, at least I can see the same code in the template files. Since it is not an urgent issue as far as I understand, I will include an option to disable all comments info in the next Fuji theme update.
Thank you so much for all the feedback, this really helps polishing the theme!
Andrew | SatoriOctober 21, 2012 at 9:57 pm #285
Thanks, will check out the RSS-fix. As I said, using HTML editor and thus using [p] and [br/] (sorry, the only way for the comment to accept p and br ;) ) fixed all formatting problems caused earlier by the WYSIWYG editor and its use of & n b s p ;. But it’s nice to be able to use shortcodes again!
As for the comments for now I’ve just edited ‘no comments’ out of any occurrence in any php, and removed:
[?php comments_template( ”, true ); ?]
from single.php. That did the trick :)October 21, 2012 at 11:11 pm #292
Good, let me know if the shortcodes fix works for you ;)
Andrew | SatoriOctober 22, 2012 at 9:58 pm #300
Sadly, shortcodes still appear in the feed. Published a new post, and the shortcodes are inside the post. See: http://feeds.feedburner.com/TheAstronauts – I used media and pullquote, and both are visible.October 22, 2012 at 11:53 pm #304
Shoot.. I’ll try another fix, yet later this week, if you don’t mind.
Andrew | Satori
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