I seem to only be able to set posts after the post is published AND I set the plugin to auto-post related content. Is this how it’s supposed to be?
Yeah, this is how it’s supposed to be, since it’s a read-side service, which means that it automatically inserts related posts from your own blog after it has been published (as well as adding to those already published).
But you can edit your related posts for each blog post after it has been published via that “Edit Related Posts” button.
Let me know if you had something else in mind or if you have any more questions what-so-ever — I’m here to help!
Take care & have a nice day!
Can you tell me how I edit related posts without choosing “Auto Insert Related Posts”.
I guess I’m thinking of Micro-kids where you have the option to set specific posts as related.
Would love the option to set specific posts but have it continue to auto insert any remaining to meet the setting number of related posts.
I’m getting this error all of the sudden. Can you help?
Webpage error details
User Agent: Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 6.1; WOW64; Trident/6.0; SLCC2; .NET CLR 2.0.50727; .NET CLR 3.5.30729; .NET CLR 3.0.30729; Media Center PC 6.0; InfoPath.1; .NET4.0C)
Timestamp: Tue, 3 Sep 2013 04:57:29 UTC
Message: Unable to get property ‘join’ of undefined or null reference
Thanks for this error log, much appreciated, really! We took a look at our code, made some adjustments, and we hope that you should not see this error again. If you do see it, delete your browsing data (cache), restart your browser, and try again then. Do let us know if the problem persists, though!
As for that other inquiry — if you’re looking for a way to manually insert your related posts before publishing, then I’d recommend you to install our other plugin called ‘Editorial Assistant by Zemanta’, which enables you just that. It recommends you quality, related images, related posts, in-text links & tags through a widget, in your create-new-post page.
If you wish to see it in action before installation, follow the link to our demo page: http://www.zemanta.com/demo/
If you would like to try it out on your WP Dashboard as well, here’s the link to where you can get it:
Either way, do let me know how it goes or if you have any more questions — I’ll do my best to help you out!
Take care & I’m looking forward to your reply!
I’ve got some conflict with this great plugin. I’m using a http://themify.me theme which offers “page builders”. It’s sort of like dragging and dropping content. This plugin has some conflict. The problem I was running into before I had to deactivate was when I went to click “Edit Related Posts” button at the bottom of a post, nothing would happen except the URL would have a # at the end the the page scrolls up to the top of the post page.
I’ve looked at the Editorial Assistant plugin and my only worry is it’s also not compatible and seems (just reading over documentation) like it’s very media rich which worries me on resources required to run it.
Well, I took a look at that theme you are using and can probably get the picture of what’s your situation like.
Note that we also made some changes on our end yesterday which should (hopefully) fix that problem you had with the “Edit Related Posts” button. Hopefully. Let us know if it’s any better.
As for our ‘Editorial Assistant by Zemanta’ plugin and your theme … well, we would love to try them both out on our end, if the theme was for free. But since we really doubt that anything could go wrong (really), you are more than welcome to give it a try and see how it goes. Note that the widget loads next to your editor and is inserting recommended content into your text directly. We’d love to hear how it works out, if you would give it a chance.
Let us know, we’re eager to find out!
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