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After Twitme i found the time to create an other plugin. This plugin is in fact a widget that shows a menu on the sidebar with posts to
read as a suggestion. For example you wrote a blog post about “Animals” and a reader comes from Google with search query “Animal” then
the user will be sugested to read your “Animals” post.

This related posts widget is diffrent then all the others listen in the WordPress plugin directory because it will also work
for in comming search results from search engines.

Note: Take a look at the configuration options available for the widgets these have changed since version 1.1.

Plugin Summary:

Guide your followers to the related posts on your website. If your reader comes in to your blog from a search engine for example Google
,Yahoo or Live search then it will display related posts in the sidebar. It can also be used to display related posts to a single
posts the reader is reading.


  1. Johnny Mast (Dutch)


For suggestions, bugs, hugs and love can be donated at the following locations.

  1. Authors page
  2. Project webpage
  3. Project Forum


Installation of On-Topic is to easy

  1. Upload the directory ontopic to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
  3. After activating the plugin go to your widget management and add the widget to your sidebar (you can find this under design / Appearence).

Please read the note in the body of the plugin description when you dont see the widget on your blog.

And your done :).


Help ! the gadget doesnt show up when i look at my blog. Yes this is correct the widget will only show for users who come to your blog
from a search engine.

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