This article provides information and exemples of all available parameters for Hikari Internal Links's shortcode.
As you're probably already aware, this plugin is used to build dynamic links to a Wordpress' website internal links. These links can point to posts, pages, custom post types, comments, categories, tags, custom taxonomies, and feeds to categories, tags and a post's comments.
That's done using the
[hkLink] shortcode. It's alternatively also available the
[p2p] shortcode for compatibility with other Post to Post based plugins.
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Don't worry anymore of linking a post or a category, to later change its title or slug, or changing your posts permalinks, and creating invalid links to your own site pages.
Hikari Internal Links provides a shortcode that dynamically generates links to most Wordpress resources. You can query these resources based on their ID or slug, and these links are generated dynamically. Therefore if you change a resource's title or permalink, its links will be updated automatically.
- A shortcode generates links to internal pages dynamically
- If the permalink changes, links are updated automatically
- You can get links based on resources ID or slug
- If resource isn't found, you get a warning text surrounded by class
wpdberror, which is hidden from your visitors and shown to you with a yellow background so that it's easy to notice and fix
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If you have any kind of website, and this website has some articles/posts, you probably has a tag cloud on it. If you have this kind of website and doesn't have a tag cloud, you should.
In this article I'm gonna introduce you to tags and tag clouds, show how Wordpress's default Tag Cloud's markup is and talk about Simple Tags, a Wordpress plugin that enhances its tags management UI and also generates its own enhanced Tag Cloud.
After that I'm gonna talk a bit about Semantic and Accessibility, show how these tag clouds are ugly in Semantic and Accessibility point of view, and show how we can improve Simple Tags's Tag Cloud using its almost overlooked core configs.
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