Add subtitles (subheadings) to your pages, posts or custom post types.
This is an excellent and well developed subtitle plugin, adding the feature as if it was part of the WordPress core and allowing Theme developers to add support accordingly.
As far as I can tell from using this plugin and reading its documentation, all it does is it dumps the "subtitle" wherever you add
<?php the_subtitle(); ?>. Then you have to style that, such as bu surrounding the PHP tag in an
How is this a lot better than just starting the post with a heading? That doesn't require figuring out how to add the tag (locate "Single Post" in Appearance -> Editor), or where exactly to insert the tag (before
the_content, for example) - both things that aren't mentioned in the docs.
Thank you for making this available on the WordPress repo, and for having documentation about adding custom post types.
I'm a theme developer and have used this on a few client projects. After building similar functionality myself into a public theme I'm getting ready to release, I've decided to separate out the functionality and just include this plugin as a recommended plugin:) Thank you Ben and Husani.
Using this plug-in multiple times, always good.
Don't know why this got lower ratings then other subtitle plug-ins, but it works pretty good! Even outside the loop.
No idea where to put the script :(
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Great for highlighting Guest Post By lines too
I'd been using this plugin a while and noted that it hadn't been updated for a long time and was starting to produce errors in more recent versions of WordPress.
I approached the initial developer, Husani, who was happy to give me commit access to update the plugin.
I've now updated WP Subtitle to work with the most recent versions of WordPress, added basic support for custom post types, and added some useful filters in their too.
A great example of how open source should work within the WordPress community.
I hope that plugin developers take note and willingly share commit access with other WordPress developers to help keep plugins updated and current. This is particularly good for the smaller simple plugins which tend to be less well supported, but are easy for any WordPress developer to update without a huge learning curve.
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