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[Resolved] [Plugin: Strictly Auto Tags] Add phrases to Noise Words?

  • Hi,

    Is there any way to add an exact phrase to the Noise Words exclude list? I tried single and double quotes, but no go. I have a few phrases that I would like to exclude without necessarily excluding the component words.

    BTW, just testing, but so far the tags added look a whole lot more useful than the tags that plugins using external services come up with.

    Regards

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/strictly-autotags/

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  • Plugin Author Strictly Software

    @strictly-software

    Hi Max

    Yes you should just be able to add a phrase to the noise word list.

    Make sure the case is the exact case of the phrase you want to ignore.

    So if you wanted to ignore the phrase “Robs Office Headquarters” you would just add it to the list of noise words like so

    |black|white|reuters|Robs Office Headquarters

    Thanks

    Hi,

    Can’t get it to work. Single words are no problem, but the space seems to break it. I’m continually getting “The noise words you entered are in an invalid format.” whenever there are one or more spaces.

    Regards

    Plugin Author Strictly Software

    @strictly-software

    Hi Max

    Try downloading the latest class file. It seems the regular expression I updated was only for the new “Case Sensitive Noise Word List”.

    You can download the code from the SVN >>

    http://plugins.svn.wordpress.org/strictly-autotags/trunk/strictlyautotags.class.php

    Thanks

    Rob

    Hi Rob,

    The new class file works fine, no problem with phrases. I like the case sensitive option.

    Regards

    Plugin Author Strictly Software

    @strictly-software

    Cool, so a donation is forthcoming then ?

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