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If You Liked That


A simple plugin that when activated follows the content of a post with links to a user selectable number of other posts in the same category as the main post.

A number of options are given:

  • You can select the heading under which the links to other posts will appear.
  • You can select the number of posts to display.
  • You can decide upon the way in which the links will be ordered – by title, post date or randomly.
  • You can choose to show the first sentence of a post under the link to the post as a snippet of what’s to come.
  • Choose to show author and date of posting.
  • Choose to show the links above, below or embedded within the content of the main post.


  1. Unzip into your /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. Activate ‘If You Liked That’ through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
  3. Go to the ‘If You Liked That’ options page (Under Options on the main admin menu) and configure!


Where can I leave feedback about the If You Liked That plugin?


The first sentence of my post isn’t showing!

Ensure that there is no HTML markup in the post before the first sentence. HTML confuses If You Liked That.

My widget doesn’t work

To keep the resource overhead of this plugin low the plugin runs off the main loop.
This means the widget must be placed in a sidebar that is displayed after the post has been sent to screen.
That usually means a sidebar that is placed on the left of the browser or in the footer, although that will vary depending on your template.

Contributors & Developers

“If You Liked That” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

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