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  • #2031

    artstorm
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    I apologize for my English, it's translate.google.com
    The free version of WP User Frontend had a chance with the plugins Post Expirator limit the display time positions. How do you make it to the Pro version?

    #2032

    Tareq Hasan
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    The post expirator expects date input in a custom specific custom field. You can add that custom field in the form as a date picker and it should be working.

    #2036

    artstorm
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    I'm sorry can be more?
    I need to post a guest hosted by Pro WP User Frontend
    moved into the category of “Expired” after a certain everything. . How can this be done?

    #2037

    artstorm
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    In the free version, it is very simple. In the Pro version, I can not do that (((.

    #2039

    Tareq Hasan
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    Post count: 2831

    I don't understand your question.

    #2040

    artstorm
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    Which publishes a guest post should appear no more than N days. After that, he moved into the category of Expired-post”

    #2041

    artstorm
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    “Guest” published “Post”.

    In WP User Frontend Pro checkbox or picker – 10-20-30 day for pablishing.

    after 10-20-30 days “Post” – moved to Category – “Expired-Post”.

    #2062

    Tareq Hasan
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    Post count: 2831

    Post expirator was simple in it's early version, adding only a date in a custom field would do the job. Now it's been changed and I'm not sure how that works.

    #2269

    residencyunlimited
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    I too am curious as to why there is no longer a post-expirator option in the new pro version.

    Is there a way to re-integrate it? or have it activated as a custom field should it also be installed as a plugin? (I've done this, but nothing shows up)

    Thanks for your input.

     

    #2272

    Tareq Hasan
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    Post count: 2831

    The post expirator functionality has been changed in it's plugin, so it'll not work anymore the was it was used to be. I hope I'll reintegrate again in near future.

    #2275

    residencyunlimited
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    Looking forward to it's possible re-integration!

    thanks

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