Burrowing through Status-Q

Back in June I mentioned that I’d installed my variation on the ‘Related Entries‘ plugin for WordPress. Newer readers may have missed this, so I thought I’d mention it again – it’s really quite good.

As well as being on the front page, each Status-Q post has a page of its own in the archive. You can get to it by clicking on the post’s title. After the text, you’ll see a list of possibly-related previous posts. It’s remarkably good at finding relevant ones, so you can browse through the archives by following a chain of topics, should you be so inclined…

Have a look at the bottom of this recent post if you’d like an example.

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