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Monday, 20 December 2010

Dynamic Related Posts Plugin (DRPP): Top Related Post in wordpress

Dynamic Related Posts Plugin (DRPP) gives you a list of positions and / or pages related to the current entry, introducing the reader to other relevant content on your site. Key features include:
1. A sophisticated and versatile algorithm: Using an algorithm considering the various job titles, content, tags and categories, calculates DPCR a "match score" for each pair of posts on your blog. You choose the threshold relevance and you get more posts if there are more posts and less if less.
2. Templating: New in 1.0!
3. Caching: Improving 1.0! DPCR biological caches data messages that your site is visited, greatly improving performance.
4. Related posts in RSS: Show related messages in your RSS and Atom feeds with custom display options.
5. Prohibit certain tags or categories you can choose certain tags or categories as rejected, meaning that any page or post with tags or categories will not be served by the plugin.
6. Related posts and pages: puts you in control of the traction related posts, pages, or both.
Note: This plugin requires that your database run on MySQL 4.1 or higher.
INSTALLATION
Automatic display on your website Copy the dynamic link to posts in the wp-content/plugins / and (possibly) the examples of models within DPCR-templates folder in your active theme Activate the plugin.
AUTOMATIC DISPLAY OF YOUR FEEDS
Make sure "Show messages related to food" option is enabled if you want to display messages to your RSS and Atom. The "display related messages in food" option can be used regardless of whether you display them automatically on your website (and vice versa).
WIDGET
Related posts can also be viewed as a widget. Go to page Design> Widgets and add the widget options related posts. The widget will be displayed on the single entry (permalink) pages. The widget can be used even if the "auto display" option is disabled.
Requires WordPress Version: 2.8 or higher
Compatible with: 3.0.1

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Monday, 20 December 2010 by Lover boy · 2