Last month I introduced readers to a WordPress plugin, Popular Posts, that is one of the best kept secrets to boosting search rankings while lowering a website’s bounce rate.
In addition, I revealed the Popular Posts plugin was developed and designed to help website owners and operators gain clarity in regards to the most popular website content.
But it’s not the use of this plugin alone or the one to be introduced shortly that will boost search rankings and lower website bounce rate. Continue reading
A few weeks ago, I shared a story about a friend launching a new website and desiring a way to share a list of his WordPress posts on specific pages throughout his website.
I shared two distinct methods to accomplish this desired feat using WordPress’ Display Posts Shortcode plugin.
Although a good plugin to use for displaying the latest WordPress posts on a given WordPress page, a few of you contacted me about displaying the WordPress posts by a given category.
Of course, displaying the WordPress posts by a given category using WordPress’ Display Posts Shortcode plugin is not a problem at all.
In fact, simply set category or category_id parameters within the display posts shortcode, and you’re all set.
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However, it is a problem when using WordPress’ Display Posts Shortcode plugin causes a conflict with other plugins on your website.
So, what do you do when encountering a Plugin conflict attempting to list posts by a given category? Continue reading