Plugin: Assign Categories to Pages – version 1.1

by Amit Verma on April 12, 2010

in Blogging, tools

I have updated Map Categories to Pages. It has auto-insertion capability now.

New Features in version 1.1:

  1. Option for auto-insertion of the Pages on Category pages
  2. Option for auto-insertion of Posts on the Pages which belong to the same category

To enable the features, goto the Map Categories to Pages settings page.

Map Categories to Pages settings page

Choose the appropriate option to enable the features. It also provides the option to specify Header text and style to display just before the posts list on the Pages, e.g. header=Related Posts&before=<h3 class="title">&after=</h3>.

  • header – heading text just before the posts list.
  • before – Opening HTML tag (with CSS class or style) to insert just before the post titles
  • after – closing HTML tag to insert just after the post titles

Read Assign Categories to Pages in WordPress for more information.

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solsolet May 4, 2010 at 8:28 pm

Hello Amit,
thank you for the nice plugin, really very useful. Only one question: It works perfect to map a category post to a page. The only bad pint is that in my case only the perma link comes up, and not the whole post.
Is there any tweak to show the whole post or an expert of the post?
Thank you
Cheers
Dirk

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LaaLaa Monroe June 4, 2010 at 8:43 pm

Hello Amit,

I’ve just noticed that someone has referred to the exact wish for my blog that I would like.
I’m new with wordpress and at the moment it’s killing my head trying to work it out how to have a thumbnail and post excerpts on the pages while using your auto-insertion plug-in.

Thanks

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cesar December 8, 2010 at 3:29 pm

Hi Amit:

Would this plugin support WPMU? I have installed it on a WPMU, but it is not showing only the posts of a category associated with the current page.

Thanks,

César

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Amit Verma December 8, 2010 at 3:33 pm

Sorry, it doesn’t support WPMU.

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cesar December 8, 2010 at 3:58 pm

Even disabling the WPMU, or enabling in one site only. I guess there are some database changes in the WPMU installation that affects the behaviour.

I’ll try to investigate.

Thank you very much for the plugin,

César

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Amit Verma June 4, 2010 at 11:10 pm

You need to insert some code on Page template file to achieve this layout.

I can help you but you will have to share your theme files. You can drop me a mail at amit[at]amit[dot]me

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