Group related posts in a series with a custom Series taxonomy. and a list of all posts in the series in your content.
|Author:||Jonathan Weatherhead (profile at wordpress.org)|
|WordPress version required:||4.6|
|WordPress version tested:||5.8.1|
|Added to WordPress repository:||08-07-2013|
|Total downloads:||2 042|
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Group related posts in a series. Automatically insert a list of all posts in the series as part of the content.
Manually embed a series listing with the provided shortcode and widget. Override the series template with a custom template.
A great rundown of the plugin is available on the Planetjon blog.
To manually insert the series listing of a post within a series as part of the content, use the shortcode [alsointhisseries].
This will have no effect if the post isn’t ikn a series.
To manually insert a specific series, use the series-slug attribute with the shortcode like [alsointhisseries series-slug=”your-series-slug”].
The shortcode attributes are
A widget that exposes all of the above options is available.
If you’d like to use your own series listing template, you can either place a file also-in-this-series/serieslisting.php in your theme,
or use the alsointhisseries_template filter to provide an absolute path to a template.
Create a Series in the Series manager found under posts. Add a description if desired.
Add posts to a Series. You can do so in the quick edit or full edit screens.
How the Series is displayed in a post. By default, full listing of the posts in the Series are appended to posts in the Series.
Configure how you want Series listings automatically inserted, if at all.
- Resolved issue with series framing.
- Exposed more options to the widget interface.
- Significant updates to the codebase to facilitate future updates.
- Bulk/Inline Editor now updates correctly.
- Theme and Plugin template support.
- Plugin correctly flushes rewrite rules on activation to enable series archives.
- Other minor tweaks