Organize Series Options Series
This series breaks down the Organize Series Options page.
One of the ways that Organize Series makes it possible to easily and finely tune the various ways in which series related content is displayed on your blog is via the use of a templates combined with a token system. "Tokens" are just a way of referring to text indicators that point the plugin to what you want the token to be replaced with when it executes the...Read More
In this next article breaking down the Series Options page let's look at the Automation Settings section: The majority of this section controls the automatic insertion of series related information in your blog. In most cases, you will want to leave everything here as is but there are cases where you may want to have more fine control over the addition of...Read More
The Series Post List Template is used to affect the presentation of all posts belonging to a series on the single page of a post belonging to a series. In other words, the series postlist box you see on this page. By default, Organize Series inserts the contents of this template into your blog whenever a post page is displayed for a post that belongs to a...Read More
If you haven't yet you'll want to read about automation settings, tokens, and Templates before reading any further. That will give you some needed background. One of the features included with Organize Series is a Navigation strip that gets displayed with posts that are part of a series containing links to the next and previous posts in the series. This...Read More
If you haven't yet you'll want to read about automation settings, tokens, and Templates before reading any further. That will give you some needed background. In this post I'm going to zero in on the Series Meta. What is the series meta? It's basically an information strip you can associate with a post that belongs to a series for a quick overview of what...Read More