Support » Plugin: EasyIndex » how do I insert the index in a post?

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  • Plugin Author Jayce53

    (@jayce53)

    Hi,

    You don’t need a shortcode to display indexes. EasyIndex creates what are effectively “pages” which you can add to a menu or create a link to. The URL of the index is shown in the “Permalink” field after you enter the index title.

    You can add primary indexes to a menu on the Menus admin page just like you would a post or a page. (“Menus” is found under “Appearance” on the WP admin dashboard) Secondary indexes will automatically be added as submenu items if you check the “Auto include on menus” option when creating the index.

    If you need to add secondary indexes directly to a menu (most people don’t) you can do that using “Custom Links” on the Menus page.

    http://support.easyindexplugin.com/support/solutions/articles/6000056717-add-an-index-to-a-menu

    http://support.easyindexplugin.com/support/solutions/articles/6000076653-add-a-secondary-index-to-a-menu

    Hi Jayce,

    Thanks for a great plugin!

    Sorry to hijack this post by the way, but it is related….

    I read that in the pro version, you can work with shortcodes?

    I would like to buy the plugin if it can do what andreabk asked. I want to insert the index from selected categories or tags, and insert it via a shortcode in a post or page, so I can build other content around the index. I do not want to add primary or sub- indexes to a menu or submenu.

    But I read somewhere that the pro version has that functionality?

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