links for 2008-11-05

  • A basic plugin that excludes posts in one or more categories from appearing on the front page. This is especially useful if you use an automated posting system, like the bookmark blog posting feature, that updates your blog regularly. In such a case, you can assign these posts to an excluded category so they don't appear on the front page, but do appear in a category page.
  • This plugin was born because there was a no other real alternative to enable CMS like functionality in WordPress. The main goal was, to enhance WordPress’s functionalities, to hide some unwanted categories, from defined parts of the blog.

    Today, it can override your search results, your RSS feed listing, your category listing, and also your entry page, if you want to. This is great, for SEO reasons, for content separation, for grouping information, and handle them as real sub pages.

  • Great install guide


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