This is a theme incompatibility issue with the plugin post. Your theme requires more code/tags to display a post correctly. The solution is to save the theme code into the plugin code; however, we are going to save the plugin’s domain content information. This only applies to the plugin domain post.
Here is how you can fix it:
– Navigate to your WordPress theme file structure (via cpanel, FTP, etc)
– Open your theme wp-contents/single.php file
– Copy the single.php file code
– Keep this file open
– On another window, navigate to WordPress plugin file structure (via cpanel, FTP, etc)
– Open wp-contents/plugins/my-domain-list-pro/single-mdlp-my-domain-list.php
– In single-mdlp-my-domain-list.php, remove all content EXCEPT for the main content data inside of single-mdlp-my-domain-list.php. Anything inside
– Paste single.php file code on the very top of single-mdlp-my-domain-list.php
– Move the code saved from single-mdlp-my-domain-list.php from the bottom of the file into the pasted content area of the single.php
– Save single-mdlp-my-domain-list.php
If you are not familiar with manipulating wordpress code, please create a temp account for me on your site and I’ll make the changes for you.
Is it possible to have the link for a domain name open in the same window rather than open a new one? Where would I go to change this?
Follow these steps to modify the code to open the domain page in the same window
In the Plugin Editor, open Edit My Domain List Pro
Open file name my-domain-list-pro/my-domain-list-pro-user.php
Search for function name of: show_domain_name
Remove the reference of target=”_blank” in the “
The line should read:
// return $thumb . ”. get_the_title($postId).”; //
I am getting the following warning while trying to import domains Warning: file_get_contents() [function.file-get-contents]: URL file-access is disabled in the server configuration in /my-domain-list-admin.php on line n Warning: file_get_contents(http://my-domain-list.com/api/index.php/whoisapi/domain/id/godaddy.com/format/json) [function.file-get-contents]: failed to open stream: no suitable wrapper could be found in /my-domain-list-admin.php on line n
This error is caused when your server configuration file (php.ini) sets the allow_url_fopen to OFF. This variable is responsible for disallowing include files to use absolute file paths. Set this variable to ON and it should work.
If the variable is already set to ON, dropp the php.ini file in the wp-admin folder with the variable set to ON and it should work.
I select Category as a Domain List filter in My Domain List Pro setting in WP Admin. I also have a large list of Domain categories; however, only a few of them are displayed to the user on my Domain page/post
There are few things you need to double check on your site:
Did you create Domain categories? The category values displayed for the domain names are different than the WP Post categories. Be sure that you are creating categories under the All Domains section in WP Admin left hand side
The category dropdown will only show values if there are domain names assigned to it. So, you can have a large list of categories, but if no domain name is assigned a categories, values won’t be displayed. Be sure to assign a category to your domain names.
Finally, if your shortcode has a category filtering to it, it will only display the categories assigned to the displayed domains. For example, if I have
// my-domain-list-pro show=”owner, price, offer,buy” category=”Brasil”/ //
as shortcode, then my category dropdown will only show Brasil as value.
* It can possibly display other values if your domain names have multiple categories associated with it.
If these steps didn’t solve your problem, feel free to contact me at support [at] mydomainlist [dot] com