June 24, 2015 at 7:41 am #9990
Hi There ,
I have been using Graphene Mobie Neo for last 2 years in all my websites and it has been working really great.
But with time one feature has become little outdated as per my opinion.
Am talking about the related posts at the end of the single post. Currently it just shows two posts (one previous & one next).
That’s not very engaging for the viewer.
Like in other new mobile themes … Graphene neo must have an option to display related posts/ or trending posts with featured images.
If it can be done then please tell me how to ?June 24, 2015 at 3:54 pm #45083Kenneth John OdleModeratorQuote:Am talking about the related posts at the end of the single post.
Those aren’t “related posts”â€”they are navigation to the previous and next posts.
If you want a related posts feature, that is not a theme issue. You will need to use a related posts plugin.
Kindly do not use all caps in your thread title. That is the internet equivalent of shouting. I have mentioned this before. Thank you.June 24, 2015 at 5:57 pm #45084
Well All caps may stand for something that is urgent. But again that’s subjective to each one.
None the less coming back to the topic …
You are right, they are navigation to previous & next posts.
Is there any specific plugin for a mobile theme like graphene. My desktop theme already has related posts showing (functionality of the theme). But as graphene is mobile only theme … the related posts are not appearing.
Hence I asked thinking you can give me a correct suggestion how I may get it ?
Also is there any plans in the future updates to create an inbuilt related posts for graahene mobile neo.
Thank you.June 25, 2015 at 12:52 am #45085Kenneth John OdleModerator
You can always search the plugin repository:
Just make sure the plugin you select says that’s mobile-friendly or responsive.Quote:Also is there any plans in the future updates to create an inbuilt related posts for graahene mobile neo.
WordPress is kind of picky about adding things into themes, that are best handled by plugins, so it is doubtful. They just recently said that themes are no longer are allowed to contain shortcodes, for example.
Keep in mind that any kind of related posts plugin makes a lot of calls to your site’s database. So expect to see a slower site if you’re on shared hosting, or increased memory usage if you’re on a VPS. If the latter, you may need to bump up your memory allocation.Quote:Well All caps may stand for something that is urgent. But again that’s subjective to each one.
Everybody’s support request is urgent to the person posting it. So shouting or marking your thread “urgent” is considered bad form in all support forums. We try hard to respond to support requests in 24 hours or less, but sometimes it takes a while to research an issue.June 25, 2015 at 5:06 am #45086
Thanks for the inputs.
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