Support » Plugin: Yet Another Related Posts Plugin (YARPP) » Disabling YARRP On Specific Pages

Viewing 8 replies - 16 through 23 (of 23 total)
  • Thank you, Mitcho. You’re the BEST! This new option is a real help.

    For anyone who doesn’t want any reference to show on a post, remember to also blank out the field that contains the text to show when there are “<p>No related posts.</p>”

    Alright, I am definitely not a techie, I can’t seem to figure out how to install the update. I downloaded the file, unzipped it and uploaded the file on the “add new” plugins page. Obviously this is not how to do it because it didn’t work. I’m sure you are all wondering how in the world I was able to create a site ( but let’s just say “Google” was my best friend. I would be so appreciative if someone could help me?

    upload the folder via ftp to your wp-content/plugins/ folders and over write

    Thanks for the tip, but still too complicated for me. I guess I will just wait until the update comes out, but thank you!


    This thread seems to be the closest to what we are looking for. Basically we just want YARRP to be disabled on the home page.

    1. Any possibility there can be a option for this in settings in a future release?

    2. If I understand correctly, we need to download the Beta first…however, what I didn’t quite understand is exactly where to place the <!–noyarpp–>..something about comments, but not clear how this applies to the home page.

    Look forward to any clarification. Thanks.

    YARRP seems to be working fine but the last two posts I have added are not showing related posts at all even though the categories have been chosen. The first I managed to get working but cannot remember how. The post I published today does not show any related posts at all even though there are related posts. Just such a pity as all the other related post plugins I have tried look crap in comparison. Can you please help?

    Hi everyone,

    Just to clarify. On my site it seems to work to disable YARPPby adding <!–noyarpp–> into the body of the post/page using the code editor (as opposed to the visual editor).

    Great plugin! Definitely worth a donation, looks brilliant and is real simple to use.

    Thanks for your hard work.

    Yep.. that features has been working for me since it’s release. Such a great plugin. Amazing what it comes up with. And on the special pages I need to turn it off for, that snippet works 100%

Viewing 8 replies - 16 through 23 (of 23 total)
  • The topic ‘Disabling YARRP On Specific Pages’ is closed to new replies.