• Plugins,  WordPress

    Where did they go from here v1.1 released

    I’ve released v1.1 of my WordPress Plugin Where did they go from here? For those unaware, this plugin will show “Readers who viewed this page, also viewed” links on your page. This is similar to Amazon’s product pages which state “Readers who have bought this, also bought”. So, what’s new? I’ve used Ajax for tracking the posts now. This means the plugins should be more compatible with caching plugins like WP Super Cache. Also made a few tweaks that should improve tracking. So, if you’ve found that your posts are not being tracked do give it a shot. The list of posts now display in a separate column in Edit…

  • Plugins,  WordPress

    WP Plugin: Where did they go from here?

    Ever been on Amazon.com and seen the “Customers Who Bought This Item Also Bought”. So, why not apply the same concept to your WordPress blog? I’ve upgraded Mark’s plugin with an admin interface that lets you customize the maximum number of posts to display, the title of these posts. You can choose to include these automatically in the content of the post as well as in your feeds. These will take a while to show up especially if the number of visitors is low. Read more and download Where did they go from here? If you have any ideas about what you would like to see in the plugin, do…

  • Plugins,  WordPress

    Updated Contextual Related Posts

    I have updated Contextual Related Posts to now allow you to optionally choose if you want to use the post content to search for related posts. This should give you better results for the related posts, especially if you use titles that are not perfectly reflective of your post content. Thanks to Mick Dakota for the suggestion. I recommend installing a caching plugin like WP Super Cache if you would like to enable this option. If you installed 1.1, then please update to 1.1.1 as this fix the minor bug that made the plugin unusable. I still have a few plans for this plugin, but am looking at recommendations from…

  • Plugins,  WordPress

    WP Plugins: Contextual Related Posts & Moderation Author Notify

    I should have posted this here first, but, if you’ve been following my posts at WLTC, last week I updated two old plugins of Mark and submitted the same to the WordPress plugin directory. The two are: Moderation Notify Author The problem on multiple-author blogs running WordPress is that it doesn’t automatically notify the author of a post about waiting comments. Instead all comment moderation requests go to the admin. This plugin will notify the author of the post in addition to the admin and thus allow the author to share the responsibility of moderating comments on his posts. The plugin is smart enough to ensure that the admin does…

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