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  • Hi
    How about the translation, there are only 4 strings, what to do with the rest ?

    Specific Previous and Next are important 🙂

    Jan

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  • Plugin Author johnzenausa

    (@johnzenausa)

    One more thing. The reason you use must_include_categories='true' is when you want the plugin to only show posts that have all the categories. For example let’s say you have taxonomy='blue,green,orange' it will show all posts that have any of these categories. Post A may only be in category blue and Post B may only be in category green. It will show both.

    Now if you have Post A in all three categories and Post B in all three categories but Post C is in only green and orange. Post A and B will be displayed but not c. That is what must_include_categories='true' does. It says the posts must be in all three categories.

    Now for the explanation of taxonomy_type= does. Let’s say one of your blogs has a category of blue and another blog has a tag of blue. If you have taxonomy='blue' it will show posts from both. It won’t care if it’s a tag or category. Now you add taxonomy_type='category' it will only show the posts from the blog that has a category of blue not a tag. If you only want to show posts from the tag blue and not the category you would add taxonomy_type='tag'.

    Now as far as the translation goes can you show me an example?

    • This reply was modified 1 month, 3 weeks ago by johnzenausa.
    • This reply was modified 1 month, 3 weeks ago by johnzenausa. Reason: Asking for more information on the translation of previous nex

    Thanks 🙂
    Translation is not a problem, there may only be 4 strings, but the rest must follow WP standards, for changing to my own language, more than the 4 strings are correct. Like Previous and Next.

    AND , showing categories, Thanks man, great help and it worked 🙂

    Can this date code:
    date_format=’j. F Y’

    Include the TIME also somehow ? Its not in your arguments, but maybe–?

    Jan

    Plugin Author johnzenausa

    (@johnzenausa)

    Maybe in a future update.

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