I’m using the blog shortcode on my main page:
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It works very well for the 10 first posts (or N first posts I specified in the number_posts parameter) but it starts to display the shortcodes from the posts themselves when I continue to scroll down (after the load of the N next posts).
Weirdly, this doesn’t appear in “preview” mode, only after I update my page.
Furthermore, I still have a website using Alora 2.7.0 with this shortcode and I don’t have any issue…
Thank you again for your help 🙂
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