June 14, 2015 at 10:10 pm #491
Hi Guys, I’ve created reviews with the page ID 1121 and 1125.
On page 1121 I’ve placed this shortcode which I believe states that 6 reviews with the 1121 designation will appear on that page.
[RICH_REVIEWS_SHOW page=”1121″ num=”6″]
On page 1125 I’ve placed this shortcode for the same reason:
[RICH_REVIEWS_SHOW page=”1125″ num=”6″]
But pages are showing a mix of 1121 and 1125, how can I dedicate only certain reviews to a single page, I’ve read the help so many times….June 15, 2015 at 9:21 am #493
So actually the only parameters that the shortcode takes is “num” to specify how moany reviews to show, and “category” to specify how to filter the reviews. For the case that you are discussing. You will simply want to use the shortcode
[RICH_REVIEWS_SHOW category="page"]When the keyword “page” or “post” is fed into the category pamameter, this tells the shortcode to pull any reviews that were submitted through a form placed on this same page. So since you want reviews from page id=1121 to display on page 1121, and likewise for 1125, this above shortcode is exactly what you’ll need.
Let me know if this does not do the trick for you,
ThanksJune 18, 2015 at 4:02 pm #499
Thanks for the help guys, I havn’t tested yet, but I’m certain that was it!September 2, 2015 at 5:53 pm #640
Sorry to hijack this thread, but I’m wondering if the ability to display reviews based on a page ID could become a feature of the plugin? I have a site which has catalog pages for products and then a corresponding Woocommerce page. I was hoping to display those reviews in both places using the Rich Review shortcode in a Woocomm tab.
Thanks for your help Charlie.September 3, 2015 at 9:35 am #641
Right now functionality for passing a page ID to the reviews shortcode is not there, the shortcode can only pull reviews according to the data context of the current page. The option to pass page IDs has crossed our minds before, and this is certainly a genuine use case. It is a fairly minor tweak, and we will be sure to add the feature in our next update.
rik1September 4, 2015 at 6:19 am #643
Thanks for the quick reply. Is there something I can do as a very eager customer to help speed the process up? I’d be happy to purchase support, if that would help.September 9, 2015 at 3:46 pm #644
We are currently swamped with client projects, however, space will open up again to focus on Rich Reviews in a couple of weeks. Perhaps if I have a moment I can block out some time this weekend to code out this feature. This specifically should not take all to long. I will post here if I finish the feature and can push out an update.
ThanksSeptember 9, 2015 at 6:48 pm #645
Thanks, Charlie. Can you tell I’ve been checking this thread repeatedly? 🙂
I am not sure if I asked this but would you be able to tie all the shortcodes into a page ID? As in if you displayed the aggregate star rating, the reviews and the review form and tie them all to one page ID? That way you could potentially allow review submissions on both pages?
Not sure if that complicates things but that would definitely perfect the idea of displaying and accepting reviews of an item on two different pages.
Surely there has to be a demand for that? 🙂September 9, 2015 at 9:09 pm #646
I entirely understand what you are getting at. This is definitely something that people do on a regular basis, however, the most common approach is usually the use of categories rather than that of page IDs. Using category=”item/service” across all aggregate rating shortcodes, review shortcodes, and review forms, you can create the same type of organization as above. You are simply taking a different approach than most users do. I do, however, see the use case for what you are discussing. Large site builds and sites integrated with commerce platforms such as Woo may generate headaches in managing manual categories across a large number of products or services.
Again, while I don’t have the time at the immediate instance, I will certainly take this into consideration when I move forward with the concept of integrating a page ID parameter to the Rich Reviews shortcodes.
Thanks for your thoughts!October 6, 2015 at 7:51 pm #660
First thanks for share such a great plugin!
I’m wondering When that feature will be ready?
I’ve integrated rich reviews in a template that is being generated by another plugin and the results are coming via direct SQL query so there are no context to retrieve the reviews of the current post/page, so have the possibility to pass the id to the shortcode will definitely solve the problem.
Thanks in advance!October 7, 2015 at 10:10 am #661
I’m currently working on a couple of integrations, and plan to have the release wrapped up on Monday. You can expect an update by Tuesday at the latest.
November 1, 2015 at 6:23 am #667
- This reply was modified 1 year, 9 months ago by Charlie Maxwel [NM Developer].
I was looking at the repository to check if the update was already up, still at version 1.6.5 ; )
Will it be released soon?
THanks!November 2, 2015 at 2:28 pm #668
Yes, I apologize for the delay, I have had some unexpected events come up that have required my attention. I do however plan to have the update pushed by mid week, end of the week at the absolute latest.
Thank you for your patienceNovember 11, 2015 at 9:42 am #679
Also would love to have this read by page ID! Any news on when the update will be available?November 12, 2015 at 12:04 pm #683
Our new update is currently under review, and will likely be pushed early next week.
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