Show "Readers who viewed this page, also viewed" links on your page. Much like Amazon.com's product pages.
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If you would like a feature to be added, or if you already have the code for the feature, you can let me know by posting in this forum.
All options can be customized within the Options page in WP-Admin itself
You can customise the CSS output. This plugin uses the following CSS classes / IDs:
wherego_related: ID of the the
div that surrounds the list items on single posts, pages and attachments.
wherego_related: CSS Class on all pages
wherego_thumb: Class that is used for the thumbnail / post image
wherego_title: Class that is used for the title / text
wherego_excerpt: Class of the
span tag for excerpt (if included)
You can add code to your style.css file of your theme to style the related posts list or in the Custom Styles tab.
The plugin selects thumbnails in the following order:
Post Thumbnail image: The image that you can set while editing your post in WordPress » New Post screen
Post meta field: This is the meta field value you can use when editing your post. The default is
First image in the post: The plugin will try to fetch the first image in the post
Video Thumbnails: Meta field set by Video Thumbnails
Default Thumbnail: If enabled, it will use the default thumbnail that you specify in the Settings screen
The plugin uses timthumb to generate thumbnails by default. Depending on the configuration of your webhost you might run into certain problems. Please check out the timthumb troubleshooting page regarding permission settings for the folder and files.
The following functions are available in case you wish to do a manual install of the posts by editing the theme files.
If you disable automatic display of visited posts please add
<?php if(function_exists('echo_ald_wherego')) echo_ald_wherego(); ?> to your template file where you want the posts to be displayed.
You can also use this function to display posts on any type of page generated by WordPress including homepage and archive pages.