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Flexible Blogtitle

Description

Flexible Blogtitle is a lightweight and user friendly WordPress plugin that allows you to define a custom blog title for certain posts and pages.

It comes with an intuitive settings page that lets you define rules under which a certain blog title should be displayed, including:

  • Post ID
  • Page ID
  • Post/page title
  • Category
  • Taxonomy
  • Term

Each object can be assigned with one of the available operators:

  • is
  • is not
  • contains

Finally, you can set the new blog title that should be displayed if a rule matches the page the viewer is currently viewing.

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Please note that this is an early version, there still may be bugs. If you encounter any problems or misbehavours while using Flexible Blogtitle, please take a minute to report it via mail to kolja.nolte@gmail.com so that the fix can be implemented in the next version.

Screenshots

  • The plugin's settings page lets you define custom rules.

Installation

For a more detailled documentation, please see www.koljanolte.com/wordpress/plugins/flexible-blogtitle/

Install

  1. Install the plugin either through WordPress’ automatic plugin installer found under Plugins > Add New or download and extract the folder flexible-blogtitle from the flexible_blogtitle.zip to the /wp-content/plugins/ folder of your WordPress installation.
  2. Activate Flexible Blogtitle through Plugins > Installed Plugins.
  3. Go to Settings > Flexible Blogtitle and add your rules.

Add a new rule

To add a new rule, go to the settings page under Settings > Flexible Blogtitle and fill out the four forms right of New rule.

The object defines the condition that is to be checked for the current rule. The operator lets you set how the condition is to be handled. In the text field next to it enter the value the object needs to be in order to display the custom site title. Finally, enter your new title in the field after change blogtitle to and press Add rule. The page should reload and your rule listed in the table below.

Delete a rule

Deleting a rule can be easily done by going to Settings > Flexible Blogtitle and clicking Delete in the row of the rule you want to delete.

Delete multiple rules

To delete multiple rules, select the desired rules by checking the box on the in the beginning of the each row. To select all items, check the box in the top of the table. Chose “Delete selected items” below the table and hit Apply.

Change the settings

Flexible Blogtitle allows you to customize its behaviour on the settings page under Settings > Flexible Blogtitle.

If activated, Automatically show in page title replaces WordPress’ native site title with the new custom title. Note that the title will only be shown if the page you are viewing matches the set rules. If not, the native title will be used.

Replace blogname with the current title replaces the name of the blog usually shown in the header of the site with the custom title defined in the specific rule.

FAQ

I’ve set a rule but the blog title doesn’t change

Check if the post, page or area you are viewing matches the set rules. Don’t forget that you also have to either activate the Automatically show in page title function on the settings page or insert <?php the_flexible_blogtitle(); ?> within the <title>...</title> attribute inside the header.php of your active theme.

Contributors & Developers

“Flexible Blogtitle” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

Changelog

0.1

Initial release.