So a user clicks “Favorite” on a listing on the front end. What you are saying is that there is no way for them to see what they favorited unless we set up a profile area using the UsersWP plugin?
There are 3 ways to show users their favorites
1. GD Dashboard – This is a widget/element that you can add to the sidebar/footer that can show users a dropdown to link them to a page that shows their favorites.
2. GD Listing – in the next verstion 20056 it will be possible to create a list of listings filter for author and showing favorites only.
3. UsersWP – Show a tab with favorites as part of a beautiful profile
Please share WP Admin credentials in a private reply so we can check it out.
I see what you mean. That should be redirecting to the default author dashboard, as you don’t have BD or UsersWP installed, but it does indeed appear to link directly home.
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WordPress SEO plugin conflicts with favorites page. I checked on our test site and it worked fine there, i will check more on your site to find solution for this conflicts.
I can confirm, deactivating Yoast appears to resolve the issue. Kinda stumped on why it’s working on your installation, but not mine.
Sorry missed this topic.
I have done some debugging and found that “Author Archives” page is disabled via Yoast SEO settings.
I have enabled “Author archives” from SEO > Search Appereance > Archives > Author archive settings. Now my listings & my favorites pages are working fine.
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