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Hello,

I just installed wpForo Blog Cross Posting and it's working fine. However when I select the option Display Cross-posted Topic Link on Blog Post, it will display this link a multiple times across the website.

I'm using Avada theme and Avada builder. And it seems to be showing up at the end of every container.
The website is still in maintenance mode, so it difficult to share a direct link so I made a screenshot. 

www.sneaker forum.nl 2023 12 nike dunk mid panda fq8784 100

You can see two 'More discussion »' links above the post, the correct one underneath the gallery and way down to the bottom of the page another one.

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Astghik
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Could you please provide the URL where we can see the issue?  

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Posted by: @astgh

Could you please provide the URL where we can see the issue?  

Home - Sneaker Forum (sneaker-forum.nl)

Here you can see the 'This article is also published as a forum topic here »' underneath the post on the homepage.

https://www.sneaker-forum.nl/2023/12/nike-dunk-mid-panda-fq8784-100/

This is the post I cross-posted with the forum. The button with 'This article is also published as a forum topic here »' is everywhere on the page. 

The only place I want this button is in the right corner underneath the post.

 

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Hi @sneakerforum 

add it to custom css

.fusion-tb-header .wpfcp-article-info, 
.fusion-page-title-bar.fusion-tb-page-title-bar .wpfcp-article-info {display: none}

Dashboard > wpForo > Settings > Colors & Styles > Custom CSS

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Great! That does the job. Is there also a code for the  'This article is also published as a forum topic here »' button on the frontpage?

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@sneakerforum 

use this code instead of the above

.fusion-tb-header .wpfcp-article-info,
.fusion-post-cards .wpfcp-article-info,
.fusion-page-title-bar.fusion-tb-page-title-bar .wpfcp-article-info {display: none}
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Posted by: @tutrix

@sneakerforum 

use this code instead of the above

.fusion-tb-header .wpfcp-article-info,
.fusion-post-cards .wpfcp-article-info,
.fusion-page-title-bar.fusion-tb-page-title-bar .wpfcp-article-info {display: none}

Thanks! 

 

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Found two more buttons at the bottom of the article/post (above and underneath the footer).
Can you remove these also?

https://www.sneaker-forum.nl/2024/02/air-jordan-1-high-og-wmns-dusted-clay-fq2941-200/

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@sneakerforum,

Somehow the the_content function is called multiple times, resulting in duplicate links being displayed.

To resolve this issue you can use one of the options provided below.

Option 1: 

1. Navigate to the Dashboard > wpForo > settings > "Forum - Blog" Cross Posting  admin page and disable the "Display Cross-posted Topic Link on Blog Post" option.

2. Insert the following code into the active theme's functions.php file:

add_action( 'wp_head', 'twentynineteen_colors_css_wrap' );

add_shortcode('wpf_crossposting_link', 'wpf_display_crosspost_link');
function wpf_display_crosspost_link() {
    if(!function_exists('WPF') || !class_exists('wpForoCrossPosting')){
        return;
    }
    global $post;
    $content = '';
    $postID   = $post->ID;
    $boardids = get_post_meta($postID, '_wpforo_boardids', true);
    if (!$boardids) {
        $boardids = [];
        $boardids[] = 0;
    }

    foreach ( $boardids as $boardid ) {
        $board = WPF()->board->get_board( intval( $boardid ) );
        if ( ! $board ) {
            continue;
        }

        WPF()->change_board( $boardid );

        if ( ! wpforo_is_module_enabled( WPFOROCROSSPOST_FOLDER ) ) {
            continue;
        }

        $prefix = WPF()->generate_prefix( $boardid );

        if (is_singular() ) {

            $topicID                = get_post_meta( $postID,
                '_' . $prefix . 'crossposting_topicid',
                true );
            $isCrossPostingDisabled = get_post_meta( $postID,
                '_' . $prefix . 'crossposting_disabled',
                true );
            if ( $topicID && ! $isCrossPostingDisabled ) {
                $linkText = wpforo_phrase( 'This article is also published as a forum topic here', false );
                $topicURL = wpforo_topic( $topicID, 'url' );
                $content  = '<div class="wpfcp-article-info">';
                $content  .= '<a href="' . esc_url( (string) $topicURL ) . '">' . $linkText . ' &raquo;</a>';
                $content  .= '</div><div class="wpfcpcb"></div>';
            }

            return $content;
        }
    }
}

3. Use the shortcode within the post content:

[wpf_crossposting_link]

Option 2:

The CSS code can be used as well:

.fusion-tb-footer.fusion-footer .wpfcp-article-info, #content .wpfcp-article-info {display:none;}
#content .post-content .fusion-content-tb .wpfcp-article-info{ display:block !important;}
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Thanks for the reply and effort!

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