WordPress: Related Posts / “You may also enjoy”

After installation, your theme will automatically display a “you may also enjoy” section at the end of each blog post. Related posts in this feature are calculated based on post categories.

You can control the appearance of this feature by going to Appearance > Customize in your dashboard. Then look for the “Related Posts” tab in the list on the left of the screen.

From there, you will have multiple options for displaying related posts:

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  1. Maurine

    Hi ! I don’t know where to post my comment so I post it here… How can I put a “read more” button to my article ? Thank you !

  2. Trang

    Phil, I figured it out, it was a conversion box script that was causing the images to elongate… I was trying to add a pop-up for FB like. There is a code which is supposed to go into the header.php. When I took it out, the images went back to normal. Any advice on how to insert this script?

    1. Phil (pipdig)

      Hi Trang, You could add the code to the first box at ‘pipdig > Theme Hooks’. This should work, however if it does not work then you may wish to look for a Facebook popup plugin at http://www.wordpress.org/plugins to see if any are available.

    1. Phil (pipdig)

      Hi Nanalena, yes our Blogger templates also show related posts in the post footer

      1. Nanalena A

        Thanks Phil. Do you know where I can find the how to guide for this? Will it Appear as a pop up?

        1. Phil (pipdig)

          It works slightly differently for Blogger, in that the feature comes per-installed and activated. There are no further options, although you can choose to remove it if you no longer wish to display it on your posts.

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