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Posts 2 Posts

Efficient many-to-many connections between posts, pages, custom post types, users.

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5 stars
Amazing
By , for WP 3.6.1

If you need to setup many-to-many relationships for your custom post types, look not further! It works great with WP-Types.

5 stars
amazing
By , for WP 3.6.1

I found this plugin now and its very pleased for me to see a plugin can make network between posts. It helps webmasters a lot.

5 stars
Incredible
By , for WP 3.6

I can't thank you enough, Scribu, your plugin has saved me hours of work and associated headaches. Awesome work!

5 stars
Solid interface. Great Dev Support.
By , for WP 3.6

Recently used this plugin for something far outside of WP's comfort zone and it handled it like a champ. In fact, I couldn't have done it without it.

The dev API gave me all of the flexibility that I needed to get the job done and the documentation was pretty fantastic.

The interface is solid and not something I would be ashamed to put in front of a client as is so often the case. Really smooth.

And I barely scratched the surface of what you can do with these relationships. I merely linked posts together. But you can add so much information to the relationships complete with beautiful interface support.

Give it a try.

5 stars
For developers
By , for WP 3.6

This is basically for developers but is simple and ultra effective. Using it on many projects and never failed. Great plugin.

5 stars
Awesome and very helpful
By , for WP 3.6

Nice plugin with simple interface and easy to configure for wp devs and with metaboxes that are easy to use for any WP content manager

5 stars
Really nice plugin!!!
By , for WP 3.5.2

A very useful plugin!! With this WP become a more complete CMS!!!

5 stars
Very useful, clean and well documented
By , for WP 3.5.2

Very useful, clean and well documented !

5 stars
Must have for all WordPress developers.
By , for WP 3.5.1

Really.
Thanks to Scribu for this nice solution.

5 stars
everything now possible in WP
By , for WP 3.5.1

I just registered with wordpress.org simply in order to review this plugin.

I'm a seasoned programmer who's done a number of sites in WordPress, but only recently have I been attempting to use WordPress for more complicated functionality.

I spent the past two weeks trying to come up with a solution for my current project. I tried a number of hacks, from putting a bunch of encoded information in taxonomy descriptions to using my own separate database table. I was about to call it quits and build everything from the ground-up using a PHP framework.

Yesterday I discovered Posts 2 Posts. if I had only known about this plugin sooner!

Having the power to define relationships between custom post types makes so many things possible.

For instance, a recipe site:
1. Simply create a custom post type called "Ingredient". (It's very easy to write your own code to do this, but numerous plugins are also available.) An example post could be "San Marzano Tomatoes" with a description of this type of tomato, images, comments, etc.
2. Create a custom post type called "Recipe".
3. Using Posts 2 Posts create a connection between Recipe and Ingredient. The connection can define custom fields such as "Amount".
4. Create templates for viewing your custom post types, including Posts 2 Posts code for viewing the Ingredients in a Recipe, or for viewing all Recipes that include the given Ingredient.

Finished! You've just made a very powerful recipe site. Now when you create a new recipe you can easily select ingredients from handy drop-down menus in the admin screen. You can also associate each ingredient with custom fields like "amount". You can find recipes by searching for certain ingredients.

The concepts behind Posts to Posts is so powerful you'll be wondering why it hasn't already been included into the WP core..

Thanks so much to the creators of this plugin.

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