How to Configure the General Settings of Contextual Related Posts

Posted OnJul 16, 2015     CategoryPlugins     CommentsNo comment

The second step in the guide to the Contextual Related Posts WordPress plugin will focus on configuring the general settings of the plugin.

Step 1) Login to the WordPress Dashboard.

Step 2) From the Admin Panel, click on Settings >>Related Posts. At the top of the Contextual Related Posts page, you will see a toolbar filled with different options. Let’s start with General Options.


Step 3) The first option is to set the Cache Output. If you tick this box, the plugin will cache the related posts output when the post is visited the first time. The cache is also cleaned when you save the options page.


Step 4) The next step is to add related posts to certain posts/pages/sections of your site. Tick the boxes you wish to add related posts to the likes of Posts, Pages, Home Page, Feeds and more.


Step 5) The content filter priority is used to help filter the content that is shown on related posts. This section should be left as the default, which is 10.


Step 6) If you tick the box marked Tell the world you’re using Contextual Related Posts, you allow the plugin to be named on your Home Page via a nofollow link. A harmless bit of free promotion for the plugin.


Step 7) Below is an example of how related posts will show on your website.



The next step in the guide will focus on settings the list tuning options.

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