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Thanks so much for the thorough analysis of my code, Brad - very much appreciated.
Will try a few things and see what works, then report back here.
re. genesis_after_entry_content - it's mentioned here
Thanks David, will look into that too.
Between jobs is a good time to experiment and learn : )
Thanks Brad. The functions.php method worked, and it feels "cleaner".
And I'm also going to upgrade my knowledge, thanks to your advice in the article's comments.July 24, 2014 at 10:46 am in reply to: Append query string to URLs in Genesis Custom Loop #115715
Solved. Seems it is working after all. My co-developer is using a method of inserting custom title links I hadn't spotted.July 18, 2014 at 6:39 am in reply to: br tags not parsing properly in titles from Featured Posts Widget #114786
I eventually "solved" it by downgrading to Genesis 2.0.2 - not ideal, but not a disaster either.
Normally I'd try the longer solution and learn something in the process, but I'm on a tight deadline so I went with Advanced Excerpt and it worked. Thanks so much Chinmoy and Summer!
I'm still open to suggestions : )
It didn't work, but I think that may be on the right track. At least I know the filter for the_content_limit now.
And I'm understanding the problem better now:
With or without that code I couldn't see the actual shortcodes eg. [my_shortcode]
So they are being processed, but not rendered when content is being limited.
The shortcode in question is for the Youtube Lyte plugin, but actually it's WordPress video URLs which are not being parsed. When I enter Youtube URLs in the text editor for a post, they show as videos on the post, but not in the archive with content limit on, where they show as unprocessed URL text.
Ah, thanks, yes I saw that : ) and installed the plugin, tried to get my head around making it work with Genesis Featured Posts. And also started looking at http://defunkt.io/facebox/
Eventually the designer I'm developing with said he wasn't that keen on the idea anyway, so it's a mind-bender for another day. But I think AJAX would be the way to go. Will update here if I ever get the time to find the full solution.
I found it in genesis/lib/structure/post.php
$post_class = genesis_get_custom_field( '_genesis_custom_post_class' );