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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8 Comments

  1. Tatiana

    Hi Phil,
    How can I change the font for this ?

    thank you

    1. Phil (pipdig)

      Hi Tatiana, are you currently using the Easy Google Fonts plugin on your site? If so, you can target those sections using the following Font Controls:

      Post titles:
      .pipdig_p3_related_title a

      “You may also enjoy” title:
      .entry-content .pipdig_p3_related_posts h3

  2. Rebecca

    Hi Phil!
    Do you happen to have a blogger equivalent for this? I’ve found similar online but they all just look horrendous 🙁 Thank you! xx

    1. Phil (pipdig)

      Hi Rebecca, our Blogger templates also include this feature. Which template are you using at the moment?

      1. Rebecca

        Hi Phil,
        I’m using Style and Light at the moment, but I did purchase it almost two years ago so I’m not sure if it included the feature back then (or if it did, I may have stupidly removed it!)

        1. Phil (pipdig)

          I’ve resent your order to you now. This will allow you to download the latest version and install it via the setup guide which comes with it. I’d recommend removing the social icons gadget from your layout before installing the new version. You’ll get a chance to add all the new widgets via the new guide.

  3. Jiawun

    Hi Phil, is it possible to show related content in “Related Posts” based on tags instead of categories? My categories are usually very broad, and my tags target more specific topics so the related posts will be much more “related”. Let me know if this is possible! Thanks in advance 🙂

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