Dynamic tree-widgets to replace the standard archives, categories, pages and link lists.
WP-dTree 4.0 has almost no styles of its own - it inherits from your theme. To help you apply your own styling I've included a template CSS-file. Open
wp-dtree.css and copy all the selectors into your theme's stylesheet.
Now disable the plugins default CSS (from the Settings-panel) and hack away at your own file to make it pretty.
Remember - do not edit
wp-dtree.css, as this will be replaced on every update of the plugin.
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First: a simple workaround is to use 'Folders are links' and 'Show post count'. This way a visitor can easily see that a folder has more content than is on display, and clicking the folder name will bring her to it.
The reason there's no "Show more"-link for Archives is this: limit posts in categories was a paid request and I added that feature to archives too because it was reasonably simple and actually helped me optimize the code slightly. The "show more"-link was a simple addon for the Category generation code, but not so for Archives - it simply requires a lot of data to be available where it currently is not. So until someone feels strongly enough to pay me for the inconvenience, I won't bother bloating the code for this rather narrow feature.
The images are all stored in the 'wp-dtree/dtree-img/' directory. You can change them if you like. Just remember to keep the names the same or they won't appear.
Requires: 3.3 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.3.2
Last Updated: 2012-1-11
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