Wordpress organize series not updating
However, maybe if you think of things this way, you won’t feel so bad for posting and not updating: Think of posts as newspaper articles.
Do you go back in time and think, “Last February’s newspaper doesn’t tell me about this March’s weather forecast.
The paid version is only recommended if you think you need it.
Types by itself is a great plugin and it also handles custom fields and custom taxonomies.
If I find a post that Google thinks is relevant but it’s dated 2010, it might not be what I’m really looking for.
Another way to think about posts is as your publicly-accessible journal.
Another plugin to consider for curating content (even if not using custom post types) is Posts 2 Posts, which enables “Efficient many-to-many connections between posts, pages, custom post types, users.” Once you figure out the post types your Word Press site will use, you’ll want to group similar items together.
However, I recently found Super Post, which seems like a full-featured alternative.
As your website’s content grows in quantity and scope, it can be a challenge figuring out the best way to organize and present it.
In this article, we will go through all of Word Press’ content management options.
Grrr.” No, because you, the reader, are made aware of the item’s expected usefulness, typically just a single day.
Likely, your posts have value lasting more than 24 hours, but time-dependence is one of the reasons I advocate for displaying each post’s date (and sometimes even dates updated) within the theme and/or in the permalink.