Contextual Related Posts and Top 10 updated

I was going through a rather interesting post that Jeff made on WP Tavern. There has been a lot of discussion about credit links in plugins and themes. While themes have been more painful due to the links being misused for sponsored links.

Both Contextual Related Posts and Top 10 have credit links, where I provide the user the option to turn off the credit link. In this version of both these plugins I have changed the default option to off. This means that the plugins on first installation will no longer link back to my site.

However, this option will not change if you upgrade. So, you’ll need to manually turn it off if you don’t want the link.

Again, need I say that I would highly appreciate if you turn on the option. Alternatively, if you’re using the plugin, can I ask you to make a post on what you like about it?

Top 10:

WordPress doesn’t count page views by default. Top 10 will count the number of page views on your single posts on a daily as well as overall basis. You can then display the page view count on individual posts and pages as well as display a list of most popular posts based on page views.

Contextual Related Posts:

Display a list of contextually related posts for the current post. You can select the number of posts to display and if you want to automatically display the related posts in your content / feed.

I’m still looking for translators for both these plugins. If you are interested in translating this plugin, please do contact me.

I’ll also be releasing an update to Where did they go from here? sometime this week with similar changes.

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  1. Well, your plugins are very pro-quality, and I’d link your site if Google didn’t decrease our PageRank for each external link we do 🙁

    I plan writing review of all plugins I use, when I get the time, which will be when all my planned plugins are released and my theme is finished. Then I’ll have material for 1 year of posts only talking about plugins 😀

  2. Will there be any way to change contextual related post alignement display in the future? (when I use images as thumbnail, they all are one under another) Thanks a lot, great work!

    • All of these are wrapped by CSS classes. You can view the source code that is generated and choose what exactly you’d like to style

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