This plugin does one thing, and that thing is to add some content to the end of each of your posts. This
change happens on the fly, so if you deactivate or uninstall this plugin, the feature goes away.
I created this plugin because the others are too complex. There are few plugins that claim
to add a footer to each of your posts. Some of them work, and all of them have way too many features.
- Upload the plugin to your wp-content/plugins folder, or use the Plugins > Add New section of your dashboard to search for “bottom of every post”
- Visit Plugins > Editor and choose Bottom of every post from the drop down list in the upper right
bottom-of-every-post.txtto contain the content you would like at the bottom of every post and save your changes
- Activate the plugin through the Plugins menu in WordPress
- What does this plugin do?
This plugin adds some content to the bottom of every post.
- How can I edit the message?
To edit the message that will be added to the bottom or footer of your posts, Go to Plugins > Editor and choose “Bottom of every post” with the top right selector. The plugin’s files will be loaded on the right. Choose the file
bottom_of_every_post.txtand change the contents to whatever you want.
- Where can I see the change?
Anywhere posts are displayed on your website, like the blog index, a post’s single page or a category page.
Great Plugin Does The Job Well
Hasn’t been updated in a long time, but it’s so simple that I don’t think an update is necessary.
I just downloaded this plugin and it works, but the text I added appears immediately under the ‘read more’ button, and I want it to appear only if you click the read more button and you read the whole article. Can someone help me please?
Contributors & Developers
“Bottom of every post” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.Contributors
Interested in development?
- I added a handler to change the default text in the event that the PHP file is updated but the text file is not. A lot of websites out there are still running an old version of this plugin.
- I changed the default text to no longer include my name and phone number. A surprising amount of people have installed this plugin and not changed the default text, resulting in my name and number being shown on very strange websites.
- First build