Link to related content to help your readers. Get attention from other authors. Make great outbound links for SEO. With just a few clicks.
My blog kept crashing when I got over 300 concurrent readers. I did some digging and discovered Related Articles was making 119 database queries for every page load!!! That quickly cascaded out of control on heavy traffic posts that brought my database server to its knees.
Great idea but horribly executed. If you have any real traffic to your blog, look elsewhere.
It's everything I want, a simple and decent plugin that looks good. Had an issue with how it looked on tablet vs PC but that was swiftly and professionally dealt with, and solved. :-)
Does exactly what it advertises. Just not a fan of the newest release with the Zemanta related posts below the editor. It now clogs up my edit screen and I have to scroll past it to see the word count. Not a big deal but it did knock my review down 1 star.
I like the plugin but it would be nice to give it some more features like just include a category or categories. It is good to exclude but it would be nice to include just some categories... But it works very well!
I have tested different related posts plugins on different websites and this one is definitely the best.
A few days ago I installed it on shoppro.it and noticed that the customization process was greatly improved as well, making it very easy to adapt it to your own website.
Moreover, thanks to the css style window, I was able to make the necessary style changes without leaving the plugin admin page.
Amazingly plugin and amazingly fast support that helped me fix my problem really fast in down to earth language that i could understand. definitely recommend!! :-)
Works great, BUT no SSL. Wish it was SSL compatible as this is the BEST Related Posts pluggin out there!
O Plugin só mostra Artigos de outros sites e não do nosso!
Very Nice Interface
i also have some issues with the latest version of your plugin.
By default it shows the plugin's default thumbs. Only when I reload my page, the actual post thumbnails are shown.
Reloading is one problem.
But another problem is that it does not work all the time. On some pages I am stuck with the default image of the plugin and reloading does not work.
It seems that your plugin does not do things in the right order to me (check if there is a thumbnail, then show it, and only if there is no thumbnail, show yours).
All of my posts contain own images and have configured thumbnails.
In the configuration of your plugin i did not check "Enable Themes*" and i do not expect that any plugin default thumbnail is loaded.
I am running
PHP Version 5.4.4-14 on
Linux paas_16594 3.8.13-grsec-paas-c6d2163 x86_64 with APC cache.
Is there any workaround for this behaviour?
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