WordPress plugin repo. has new handy plugin for the bloggers and webmasters who need managing a lot of media files. With this new plugin you can create unlimited amount of media taxonomies (just like categories and tags), manage your custom media taxonomies in a better way, easily filter media files in Media Library by your custom taxonomies, create new media file types (MIME types) and more.
Earlier we discussed about the plugins you can use for displaying tag clouds inside an individual page. Now this tutorial explains your how you can beautifully display your website categories, tags and (OR) other custom taxonomies in a columns.
This tutorial is about merging and converting taxonomy terms in WordPress. You can combine two or more taxonomy terms like tags in to one and also you can convert terms from one taxonomy to another easily by using a free WordPress plugin called Term Management Tools. Continue reading How To Combine Two Or More Taxonomy Terms To One In WordPress ?
There are many plugin which allows you to display related blog posts in WordPress. This tutorial is on a different kind of related posts plugin which allows you to select the taxonomy type and it shows related posts only from that particular taxonomy given by you. With this plugin you can set related posts display by taxonomies like tags, categories and other custom taxonomies created by you.
Just like you pass tags in your WordPress blog posts; you can also tag images using a free WordPress plugin called WP Media Tagger. The plugin is extensively configurable and comes packed with a bunch of features enabling WordPress media tagging and search & media taxonomy etc.
In last tutorial we discussed about hiding selected categories from specific user role types. Now this tutorial explains you different ways of hiding and limiting category display in your website.
Earlier we have discussed about WordPress widgets that allows you to display posts from selected tags or categories in your WordPress site. Now this posts is about a new WordPress widget that allows you to show recent blog posts from specific tag, category or anyother custom taxonomy by pulling them across your network and showing them on widget.
Not all bloggers are professional but after some time when they get accidently famous and blogging topic becomes clear in their mind then what they want to do is clean out and merge unnecessary tags and categories they have created. Conditions varies from blogger to blogger but what actually we are discussing here is how you can easily merge tags, categories and custom taxonomies in bulk.
PhotoPress is a free WordPress plugin that allows you to add additional meta-data in your WordPress media library images. You can add Cameras, Lenses, Photo Cities, Photo States, Photo Countries, Photo People, Photo Keywords, Photo Sizes, Photo Collections.
Many bloggers open guest posting and multi author posts and then you face problem while assigning posts to those authors, sometimes you need to create their individual accounts even if you don’t like so that there readers can view all posts associated to certain author registered on your blog. There are many plugins available but if you are looking for the easiest method then here’s a plugin for you.
Organizing and presenting your WordPress blog posts as part of some series make it easier for other readers to discover other similar posts. Like you can use post series for writing a long story into parts or whatever. Organize Series plugin activates a new taxonomy (like categories) for your posts.
Install and activate the plugin then follow the given steps:
- Navigate to your Dashboard -> Posts -> Manage Series and create your own series just like you create new categories.
- Now while creating new posts or editing old ones you can easily assign them to some series right from the post’s edit page.
- You can create new post series
- You can assign both new and old posts to series
- Displays all series information in Dashboard’s Right Now widget.
- Provides you sidebar customizable sidebar widgets for series
- Clicking the name of series directs you to auto generated TOC for all posts in that series, just like categories.
View its documentation here.