1) Here is the code I'm inserting:
[summarize-posts post_type="portfolio" taxonomy="portfolio_category" taxonomy_term="silos" limit="10"]
2) I'm inserting it on a page.
3) I'm inserting the code following the instructions of the green pin called "Summarize Posts" on the visual dashboard.
4) Template number: 37274
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Thanks Nick, I'm reporting the bug to the plugin developers.
3) Concerning the green pin or green button, when you create a new page, on the visual dashboard, there is a botton called "Summarize Posts". This is the botton I clic to decide which posts I want to summarize and get the code. I thought I was doing something wrong when selecting the posts, and therefore it didn't work properly. But you are right, it could be a bug. I'll wait for the developers answer.
Thanks a lot for your help. Best regards,
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When I insert code for Summarize Posts I get a link to the following sentence
10 months 3 weeks ago #52458
I got the answer from the developer of the CCTM plugin. There was a missing closing </a> tag on the php file. All I had to do is to fix it inside the includes/SummarizePosts.php file, line 34. It should read like this:
The key, in my opinion, of improving online support is developers being able to be compensated for their work, either by commercial plugins or commercial support. Otherwise, they quickly get burned out when the requests become too many to handle when they are doing other work to pay their bills. It's a delicate balance. Anyway, back on topic :)