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Create a blog within a blog using a category, post_type or tag. This plugin basically shows selected posts on a page using shortcodes. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Create a blog within a blog using a category, post_type or tag. This plugin basically shows selected posts on a page using shortcodes.
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Some extra settings.
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It is possible to display your custom fields in your post using template tags. The template tag will be the name of your custom field surrounded by a percent symbol (%). For example %my_field% . When you use date values in your custom fields, they should be entered using the format YYYY-MM-DD if you require sorting on a custom field in date order to work as expected. You can define which custom fields should be reformatted as a 'pretty' date in your locale specific format. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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It is possible to display your custom fields in your post using template tags. The template tag will be the name of your custom field surrounded by a percent symbol (%). For example %my_field% . When you use date values in your custom fields, they should be entered using the format YYYY-MM-DD if you require sorting on a custom field in date order to work as expected. You can define which custom fields should be reformatted as a 'pretty' date in your locale specific format.
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