Displays Index of Series Posts using series-index shortcode. This plugin is multi-site compatible and integrates with the Toggle Show/Hide plugin from azurecurve. The shortcode can be used on posts and pages; the format of the index and other options are user configurable through an Admin page.
Two custom fields (Series and Series Position) need to be added to each post in the series; these fields are used for selecting the posts and ordering them when the index is displayed; the series index post should be Series Position of 0 (this is used for determining the link for the title).
Shortcode [series-index] is placed in the post where you want the index.
Shortcode [series-index-link] can be used in a post a link back to the series index (Series Position = 0) post using the series title as the link text; [series-index-link]alternative text[/series-index-link] to display text different to the series title. title attribute can be used to create link to other series index post; e.g. [series-index-link title=’Implementing Jet Reports’].
Download from GitHub.
To install the Series Index plugin:
- Download the plugin from GitHub.
- Upload the entire zip file using the Plugins upload function in your ClassicPress admin panel.
- Activate the plugin.
Support, including bug reports, feature requests or questions, is available from azurecure via the azurecurve Community site.
Translations are usually in the plugins languages folder, but our Translations site will have the most up-to-date versions.
If you can translate the plugin, please request access via the azurecurve Community site.
Changes and feature additions for the Series Index plugin:
- First version for ClassicPress forked from azurecurve Series Index WordPress Plugin.
Can I translate this plugin?
Yes, this plugin can be translated using the available .pot file or via our Translations site which will have the most up-to-date versions.
To translate on our translation site, please request access via our
Is this plugin compatible with both WordPress and ClassicPress?
This plugin is developed for ClassicPress, but will likely work on WordPress.
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