This is a bunch of fixes that I didn’t have chance to release before the end of the month, so I’m releasing this now. There’s a couple of new features, one free & one premium, one potentially dev change that people need to be aware of, and a few extra features used to integrate with Auction Request.
Premium Changes – The “~~TITLE~~” Keyword
You can now use the keyword “~~TITLE~~” within your URL you include in your shortcode. This will replace the word ~~TITLE~~ with the title of the page you’re currently on. It’s a good idea to use this on internal pages, and it’ll save you from rebuilding the feed URL for every page. I’ve also introduced a filter –
wp_ebay_product_feed_replacement_fields – so you can control what the ~~TITLE~~ outputs further.
Free & Premium Changes – The “ebay-feed-item-X” Class
We’ve now introduced a class –
To implement this functionality, I’ve had to change a filter –
ebay_feeds_for_wordpress_change_class_string now loads inside the loop, rather than outside it.
Other Bug Fixes
- I’ve introduced a “platform” variable added on the end of the URL’s, which can be used for debugging.
- Added a few changes which will hopefully see the plugin added to the new WP Block Directory.
- Fixed a typo within the Option Page.
To download the latest version of WP eBay Product Feeds, please click the link below.
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First year. You may cancel your subscription at any time. Ongoing subscriptions have a 30% discount. Extensions subject to yearly license for support and updates.
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