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Old November 24th, 2011, 05:39 AM
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Hi,

I posted the problem below in the now closed 'Datafeedr' threads:
I'm using Datafeedr with The Jewelry Shop theme. I'd like to use the theme's slider as shown here: http://thejewelryshop.sarah-neuber.de/.

The problem is: Datafeedr streams the products to pages in the 'Page' layout of The Jewelry Shop (not to the 'Front page'). See screenshot attached.
Eric, your answer was:
I think that will require some custom hacking to get it to work.
Now, I've spoken to the theme developer, and she said:
It looks like your products are saved in the wp_dfr_shop_products table. The only way to have them display in the featured area is if the code is adjusted to query that table rather than the posts table. Do the plugin authors provide any API on querying information stored in the plugin's tables?
Do you provide an API? And if no, how could we resolve this problem?

Thanks!

Jeroen
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Old November 24th, 2011, 09:15 AM
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Hi

No, we do not provide an API. That's why I said it would require custom hacking to get it to work.

Eric
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Old December 7th, 2011, 09:50 AM
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Hi,

I've asked the theme developer to provide me with a quote for the 'cusom hacking'

Their reply was:
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There are two ways to help you with your situation. One is full database redirect for feed, or two is to write a custom script that will pull the data and place it into the post_data tables. I would prefer to do the latter.
Do you see any problems with Datafeedr resulting from either solution?

Thanks!

Jeroen
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Old December 7th, 2011, 10:13 AM
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I don't see any problems with the latter. I'm not sure what they mean in the former.

Eric
 


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