I’m running 1.2 (I know..I know..but upgrading to 1.5 isn’t feasible for me right now, and 1.2 is running so very well on my site…).
But I *need* to be able to add custom keywords for each post..I’ve searched and searched the site, and found two likely plugins which are compatible with 1.2 to do this – bunny’s technorati tags, and mosie’s plugin… I’ve installed each of them, and *neither* of them are showing up in my writing template (that’s what they are supposed to do, right? Add a “tags” or other new field?)
Heh..I note with some irony that that very field is right below this post box. 🙂
If anybody has any suggestions, I sure would love to hear them, either for a step I may be missing to enable these plugins, or for another way to include custom keywords.
I am not sure which plugins did you find (BTW, it’s always a smart idea to make exact reference to the plugins you mention bu giving the URI!), but as far as I can remember some of them just put automatically the keywords in the head section based on your post – without showing up in the Write area.
I checked your blog’s source, and the keywords (+description) are there.
The reason you see keywords (and description) on the site now is that I have the template tagged to use a portion of the_excerpt (using the_excerpt_reloaded) to do fake keywords and description, but it’s not really sufficient. I’m looking for a plugin which works with 1.2 which actually adds a keyword field to the writing interface, so I can manually assign keywords to each post. Xfish supposedly did that, but all links to it 402 now. 🙁
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