Provides an interface to selectively exclude/include all Taxonomies, Post Types and Users from the 4 actions used by WordPress. is_front, is_archive,
It does the job perfectly.
What needs to be understood is that the setting page won't make you choose categories or whatever you want to rule. Instead setting page allows you to describe what will be ruled.
Then you determine either inclusion or exclusion on the content page itself : the post edit form for a post, etc.
Took me awhile to get it working and still can't say I understood it, but it solved the problem well! Some more explanatory text in the settings page could be helpful. Also didn't use the terminology of posts page (which is what settings calls it) so it was hard to figure out what was excluding what. I guess this represents differences between the code and the backend so may be WordPress's fault, but that doesn't make it any less confusing.
Did I say it worked with my problem of excluding one category from my posts page.
The best one.
Simple and usefull plugin, works like a charm.
This is very handy and you don't have to mess with the code of a theme!
It is simple, convenient and does everything I wanted and more. I can exclude a post from feeds and searches on the individual posts before publishing or bulk exclude in the menu view. I'm sure it does more, but that was exactly what I needed. Thank you!
This plug-in did a great job, but archive months that were empty (because of being filtered) appeared on my sidebar and gave a 404 error when clicked on. The author of this plug-in, Paul, gave prompt support, was a great communicator, and most importantly, fixed the program. I couldn't be more pleased! Going to make a donation today!
Easy to install.
Wording in the item column is a little confusing. "Show" means "not shown", I think?!
Some jargon: eg what is taxonomy?
Use this on several sites and it works very well. No issues.
irrespective of any settings for categories/ tags, the post shows up in all the unnecessary places. irritating experience it was to work with this plugin.
You must log in to submit a review. You can also log in or register using the form near the top of this page.