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WordPress Related Posts

WordPress Related Posts - the plugin for related posts with thumbnails. Caching included.

7 reviews
Average Rating
4.1 out of 5 stars
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Nice concept but not working
By , for WP 4.4.2

The whole plugin works fine, but there's 2 major issues:

1. the media size hook is not updated through settings
2. the CSS is all tagged !important

Error Log on my cpannel
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I used to use this pluggins and no problems with older wordpress.

But after I upgrade to wordpress 4.4; I just found out that there was error log file that show up on my file manager cpannel. And the size increase rapidly that make my loading page became longer and using resource CPU Usage and Physical Memory Usage much more.

Then I deactivate this pluggin and no error log show up and the cpu resource decrease.

I wonder if this error can be fix? Because actually I like this pluggin.


Leaves table behind on uninstall
By ,

You appear to be leaving behind the table "wp_wp_rp_tags" after uninstall.

By ,

i have used this plugin in my website (iFree Job Alert). But when i change my theme than its not working properly and over all this is good plugin.

Need to edit EVERY post to add related articles to EACH post
By , for WP 3.9.1

Not a fan. The plugin isn't something that you can plugin to an existing site and expect related posts to show up on each article page. The plugin requires that you edit EACH POST to assign related articles. This is VERY difficult to implement to sites that already have TONS of postings (as we would need to edit EVERY post).

Missing more edit functions
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The plugin is ok for those who does not require or need a plugin that can be customized to the users needs, i had problems with it from start as there was no options where i could select the lenght of the products i wanted to show. It stopped for me at 3 then it turned to the next line, and i am not a wizard when it comes to coding and most other plugins does have elements that let the user with ease customize their product.

After looking at the plugin code i simply gave up testing, sad cause it was a nice plugin!

Too demanding Terms of Service
By , for WP 3.6

I happened to read the Terms of Service before accepting to turn on the service. As far as I understand it, they require you to show their logo on your site and they require some level of rights to your content. I'll skip this plugin for now and will wait until I hear differently.

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