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A plugin for managing the article series you write.
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A plugin for managing the article series you write.
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Organize Series
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Organize Series
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Organize Series is a passion project and I don't have as much time as I'd like to build additional features requested by customers, so I focus on the things that interest me. There's a number of add-ons you can check out <a href="https://organizeseries.com/downloads/">here</a> and one of those might be what you need.
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Organize Series is a passion project and I don't have as much time as I'd like to build additional features requested by customers, so I focus on the things that interest me. There's a number of add-ons you can check out <a href="https://organizeseries.com/downloads/">here</a> and one of those might be what you need.
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Organize series now has <a href="http://organizeseries.com">it's own website</a> where you can find additional addons that bring extra functionality to the core plugin. I'm releasing as many addons as I can based on features users have requested but keep in mind this is done in my spare time.
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Organize series now has <a href="http://organizeseries.com">it's own website</a> where you can find additional addons that bring extra functionality to the core plugin. I'm releasing as many addons as I can based on features users have requested but keep in mind this is done in my spare time.
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Submit issues at the <a href="https://github.com/roughsmoothengine/organize-series/issues">Organize Series repository on github</a>. Or better yet contribute a pull request!
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Submit issues at the <a href="https://github.com/roughsmoothengine/organize-series/issues">Organize Series repository on github</a>. Or better yet contribute a pull request!
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Short answer is yes it does. You'll still see the series selector in the <code>Document</code> sidebar found in the editor. However there is a current quirk where if you leave the part field empty for a series assigned to a post, it will not automatically update with the part number until the page is complete refreshed. Currently this is to be expected and the part was assigned.
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Short answer is yes it does. You'll still see the series selector in the <code>Document</code> sidebar found in the editor. However there is a current quirk where if you leave the part field empty for a series assigned to a post, it will not automatically update with the part number until the page is complete refreshed. Currently this is to be expected and the part was assigned.
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Does Organize Series work with the new editor in WordPress 5.0+?
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Does Organize Series work with the new editor in WordPress 5.0+?
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<strong>DO NOT UPGRADE TO THIS RELEASE (2.5.7) UNLESS YOUR WORDPRESS INSTALLATION IS AT VERSION 4.7 and you have PHP 5.6+ on your server</strong>
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<strong>DO NOT UPGRADE TO THIS RELEASE (2.5.7) UNLESS YOUR WORDPRESS INSTALLATION IS AT VERSION 4.7 and you have PHP 5.6+ on your server</strong>
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<strong>NOTE: Organize Series now requires at least WordPress 4.7. Also, the required version of PHP is 5.6 or greater. The plugin will automatically deactivate itself if you are using less than PHP 5.6.</strong>
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<strong>NOTE: Organize Series now requires at least WordPress 4.7. Also, the required version of PHP is 5.6 or greater. The plugin will automatically deactivate itself if you are using less than PHP 5.6.</strong>
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Hey, I've got you covered there as well! In the <code>organize-series</code> folder you'll see a file called <code>seriestoc.php</code>. It's what gets loaded when you go to your series toc url (defaults at \series-toc\ but you can change this on the series options page). Chances are though it doesn't look great with your theme (the file included just gives you an idea of what you can put in the file). What you want to do is copy this file to your theme folder and then modify it to match your theme structure (see your themes archive page for an example). You don't need to put any of the WordPress loop code in this file.
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Hey, I've got you covered there as well! In the <code>organize-series</code> folder you'll see a file called <code>seriestoc.php</code>. It's what gets loaded when you go to your series toc url (defaults at \series-toc\ but you can change this on the series options page). Chances are though it doesn't look great with your theme (the file included just gives you an idea of what you can put in the file). What you want to do is copy this file to your theme folder and then modify it to match your theme structure (see your themes archive page for an example). You don't need to put any of the WordPress loop code in this file.
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Yup. Create a file named <code>taxonomy-series-{series-slug}.php</code> file and replace <code>{series-slug}</code> with the slug of your series and you'll be good to go!
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Yup. Create a file named <code>taxonomy-series-{series-slug}.php</code> file and replace <code>{series-slug}</code> with the slug of your series and you'll be good to go!
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It makes it easier for you to write a series of posts on your blog/website and have them automatically linked together.
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It makes it easier for you to write a series of posts on your blog/website and have them automatically linked together.
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Wow there are sure a lot of features and ways of customizing the Organize Series plugin. However I'm wondering can you put in ___________ feature?
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Wow there are sure a lot of features and ways of customizing the Organize Series plugin. However I'm wondering can you put in ___________ feature?
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Hang on, what I really want is to create a page that lists all the series available. You probably don't have that available do you?
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Hang on, what I really want is to create a page that lists all the series available. You probably don't have that available do you?
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But I want to customize the archive page for a *single* series, can I do that?
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But I want to customize the archive page for a *single* series, can I do that?
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