Hiding Price field.

Front Support Plugins Support WP Reviews Plugin Hiding Price field.

This topic contains 6 replies, has 2 voices, and was last updated by  Hesham 4 years, 2 months ago.

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  • #1512

    Marcel Ellis
    Participant

    I know the price field is currently compulsory, but is there a way of hiding this on the front end as I really do not need it to appear anywhere for my purpose. I can probably add some styles to hide it but wanted to run it by you first to see which files I should modify. Cheers

  • #1513

    Hesham
    Keymaster

    I’ve got contacted by a couple of members last week, Google dropped the rating stars from their reviews because hidden markup, so I don’t recommend hiding any review details.

    Anyways, the CSS class you are looking at is :

    [code title=””]#ta_rating_square .price span {}[/code]

    I hope this helps.

  • #1526

    Marcel Ellis
    Participant

    Right, then could I put this as a featured request please because this plugin limits itself to reviews of purchasable goods and there are many other review sites which could be created by it but which this forced function alone makes it just impracticable. In my case if I leave the price showing, even at $0.00 it would look silly if someone is reviewing a museum 😉

  • #1531

    Hesham
    Keymaster

    You are right, I see the limitation and I was thinking about it all the time, but what you are talking about here is reviewing a “Place” not a product, which require a totally different markups (specific markup for reviewing places), which is not supported by the plugin.

    When you use price “0.00”, the plugin display that as “Free”, not showing the digits, I think that can apply to museums 🙂

    I will for sure study this case, there are a few things I want to add, for example find a way to include a price range.

    I Just want you to know that it’s not really about adding or removing a feature (this is easy), but it’s about being compatible with Google, and we have to follow that. I will try to do whatever I can because I imagine this plugin has a future.

  • #1532

    Hesham
    Keymaster

    Oh my bad, it’s showing the digits on top of “FREE”, so scratch that!

  • #1533

    Marcel Ellis
    Participant

    I believe it has a future too. Surely there is a work around to this price thing not to display and I am sure you will come up with a solution because it will open a new vast market for you. Museums is just an example. I have for instance, people reviewing an entire business – so I cannot have a Price Free for a business selling computers, for instance. Nor will a price range cut it in this case (though I can see the use of a price range for other plugin users).

    Your plugin is almost perfect for me except for this price issue (and a few other issues I will post about later and which I think could be used to improve your product). It will be great if you can contact me if you do find a solution though.

  • #1534

    Hesham
    Keymaster

    Of course, I understand.

    The main challenge I am facing here is I can’t test rich snippets in real time, I have to wait for a few days to get my post re-indexed to see if my changes works or not, I can’t rely on the Google’s Rich Snippets tool only (the tool report that everything is good, but in real life, Google will drop the rating stars).

    Sure, I will. And, many thanks for your great input.

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