Related Posts for WordPress – WordPress plugin Free download

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Related Posts for WordPress

Description

Related Posts for WordPress

Related Posts for WordPress offers you the ability to link related posts to each other with just 1 click!

Our installation wizard will do all the hard work for you, simply activate the plugin, set the amount of posts that should relate and press the button. Related Posts for WordPress will do the rest. Relating posts in WordPress has never been this easy!

Related Posts for WordPress Premium

There’s an even better version of this plugin that comes with the following extra features:

Full Styling Control With Our Configurator
Cross Custom Post Type Support
Overwritable templates
Custom Taxonomy Support
Adjustable Weights
WordPress Network / Multisite support
Keep manually created links
Priority Email Support

More information | Upgrade >>

Related Posts for WordPress won’t lag your server!

We believe having related posts shouldn’t slow down your website. That’s why Related Posts for WordPress creates its own cache and does all the heavy lifting in the admin panel, offering you quality related posts while keeping your website fast!

Automatically link posts to each other

After installing the plugin you will be taking to a wizard that will analyze your posts and link them to each other based on what we think is related. This means you can install Related Posts for WordPress on your website that has thousands of posts and create related connections on the fly, without any manual work!

Manually add, edit or remove

Everyone makes mistakes, so do we. That’s why you can easily modify all automatically created related posts. Simply navigate to the post that has incorrect related posts attached to it, select the correct related post and you’re done.

Shortcode

Related Posts for WordPress has a related post shortcode allowing you to display related posts on any position within your content.

Widget

Related Posts for WordPress has a related post widget allowing you to display related posts in any sidebar you’d like.

More information

Visit the Related Posts for WordPress website
Other WordPress plugins by Barry Kooij
Contact Barry on Twitter: @CageNL
If you’re a dev, follow or contribute to the Related Posts for WordPress plugin on GitHub

Screenshots

After activating Related Posts for WordPress, our wizard will automatically start. The first step is indexing and caching your posts.
The second step of the wizard is linking related posts for your existing content! You can of course also skip this step.
That’s it! With one click you are good to go!
A new meta box is added to your post edit screens allowing you to link related posts, we will sort them on what we think is related (where top is most related).
Related posts are automatically added below your posts!

Installation

Installing the plugin

In your WordPress admin panel, go to Plugins > New Plugin, search for Related Posts for WordPress and click “Install now”
Alternatively, download the plugin and upload the contents of related-posts-for-wp.zip to your plugins directory, which usually is /wp-content/plugins/.
Activate the plugin

FAQ

Related Posts for WordPress Premium

There’s an even better version of this plugin that comes with the following extra features:

Cross Custom Post Type Support
Multiple Related Post Styles
Overwritable templates
Custom Taxonomy Support
Adjustable Weights
WordPress Network / Multisite support
Keep manually created links
Priority Email Support

More information | Upgrade >>

Where’s the settings screen?

Settings > Related Posts.

Can the displaying of excerpt be disabled?

Yes, set the excerpt length to 0 in the Related Posts for WordPress settings screen.

Is there any way to custom CSS ?

Yes, it’s in the Related Posts for WordPress settings screen.

Can the automatically outputted CSS be disabled?

Yes, clear the CSS field in the Related Posts for WordPress settings screen.

Is there a theme function so I can output this list anywhere in my theme I want?

Yes, you can use rp4wp_children();.
More information on the theme function can be found here.

Is there a shortcode?

Yes. To display your related posts via a shortcode use: [rp4wp]

Can I limit the amount of related posts in the shortcode?

Yes. Use the limit attribute, for example [rp4wp limit=1] for one related post.

Is there a widget?

Yes there is!

Does Related Posts for WordPress supports WordPress Network / Multisite websites?

No, the free version does not. The premium version however does, get it here.

Does Related Posts for WordPress uses it’s own database table?

There is one custom table created for the post cache, this table will however not be used at the frontend of your website. Related Posts are fetched with normal WP_Query objects.

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