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How does Expound Theme choose related posts?

  1. I'm curious which criteria is used to choose the three related posts that appear underneath a blog post in Expound theme?

    The blog I need help with is lovingkorean.com.

  2. I believe this is for all blog themes on WordPress.com, not just the theme that you are using.

    I noticed that it began today when I published my first post.

    It is computer generated, so the "related" posts may or may not be actually related to the blog post just published.

    Is there a way to turn this feature off? I would prefer to choose which previous posts are related.

  3. Yes please:
    I would like to either be able to turn off this feature, or be able to choose what posts are related.

  4. I believe this is for all blog themes on WordPress.com, not just the theme that you are using.

    Yes, the "related posts" look like they will soon be a feature on many themes soon. Here is a staff response:
    http://en.forums.wordpress.com/topic/can-i-remove-the-related-links-at-the-bottom-of-blog-posts?replies=4#post-1509119

  5. I would like to either be able to turn off this feature,…

    Here is the info from the above staff response (gibrown) about turning off "related posts:"

    …so you can turn them off by going to Settings->Reading in your Dashboard (wp-admin/options-reading.php) and going to the "Related Posts" section.

  6. Thanks for the update 1tess, however, the "Related Posts" section isn't there for my blog for some unknown reason. I'm using the Digg 3 Column theme.

  7. @dandelionsalad

    This might explain why you don't see a way to turn off related posts, and why, when I put my test blog into Digg3, that I don't see any related posts at all…
    from gibrown:
    http://en.forums.wordpress.com/topic/can-i-remove-the-related-links-at-the-bottom-of-blog-posts?replies=4#post-1510080

    There will be a post on en.blog.wordpress.com when we have fully launched the feature. Currently we are still just testing.

  8. Thanks again, 1tess.

    I see 3 links under "Related" at the end of all the blog posts. Are you saying that you don't see them?

    I went to one of my writers' blog that also uses the Digg 3 and I did not see any Related links at the end of her posts.

    I logged out and looked at both blogs, and I saw the links on my blog (Dandelion Salad) but not on hers. So, I must assume that all my readers are seeing the links listed under Related.

    Approximately how long will the testing be going on before we can turn it off?

  9. I'm a fellow volunteer, so have no way of knowing how long the testing will last.

    It appears that they are using only a portion of all WordPress.com users for the testing, so that's why your friend and I don't see related posts on Digg3. I do see them on my blog using Expound.

  10. cameratamedica
    Member

    Related posts is a great feature, thank you WordPress.com!

    I, however, do have a question about manually choosing the posts to appear as "related posts". I wasn't able to do that anywhere in a dashboard. Is there a way to do so?

    Thank you in advance and keep up the good work!
    Marina

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