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Posts for Page

Include posts in a Page, by category, a selection of tags or by author with auto summary (read more) option. Supports pagination.

10 reviews
Average Rating
4 stars
4.4 out of 5 stars
5 stars
Work perfect
By , for WP 3.9.1

Work perfect

5 stars
Perfect
By , for WP 3.6.1

This plug-in does what it needs to do, display the posts on a page using simple WordPress short code. I am satisfied.

5 stars
Excellent Plugin
By , for WP 3.6.1

Still working on 3.6.1. Easy to use.

5 stars
Excellent for categories AND tags
By , for WP 3.6

Now here's a plugin I can agree does the best job of pulling in posts to a page by category or tag (or multiples thereof) and making them look pretty in the process.

It would be nice if the plugin had a sort of 'generator' page, but the FAQ is pretty explicit in the shortcode details, so it's not much bother, though I would like to see the plugin listing link to the faq page for easy info access.

two thumbs up.

5 stars
Awesome Plugin
By , for WP 3.5.2

This plugin is SO USEFUL for the site I'm currently building. Thank you!

5 stars
Adds a lot of flexibility
By , for WP 3.5.2

Very nice, very useful, and quite easy to implement. This plugin allowed me to easily create pages which had both static and dynamic content - that's been the biggest use for me so far. Nice work!

5 stars
A great fit for my site!
By , for WP 3.5.1

I use Posts for Page plugin for my page http://www.niagarafreefun.com/niagara-free-attractions/

This plugin also works very well with pagination plugin WP-PageNavi.
It creates a user-friendly interface for my audience. Thanks.

5 stars
review
By , for WP 3.5.1

works!

1 star
Does not work as promised
By , for WP 3.5.1

Seems very simple, but adding the code to a page, requesting all posts with a certain tag, results displaying posts that do not have the specific tag.

5 stars
Just what I needed!
By , for WP 3.5.1

Five stars indeed! It is just what I needed! Other plugins wouldn't show the posts well, or would not link pagination well... But this was the only one I could find that did it for me!

The only thing that this plugin should be ready for is another plugin called WP-PageNavi. Thanks to another user, I could manage to show it with this code:

if( function_exists('wp_pagenavi')) {
		$output .= wp_pagenavi( array( 'echo' => false) );
	} else {
		if($_opts['cur_page'] > 1) {
			$output .= "<span class='pfpNav'>" . get_previous_posts_link($_opts['prevText']) . "</span>";
		}
		if($_opts['cur_page'] <  $page_links_total) {
			$output .= "<span class='pfpNav'>" . get_next_posts_link($_opts['nextText']) . "</span>";
		}
	}

and commenting this other one to hide the stock pagination:

if($_opts['cur_page'] > 1)
{

	// show prev
	$output .= "<span class='pfpNav'>" . get_previous_posts_link($_opts['prevText']) . "</span>";
}
if($_opts['cur_page'] <  $page_links_total)
{
	// show next
	$output .= "<span class='pfpNav'>" . get_next_posts_link($_opts['nextText']) . "</span>";
}

Now, I am a happy man!!

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