Plugins WPeMatico and Automatic Post Tagger are incompatible by default, because tags generated by APT are being overwitten by WPeMatico when it’s importing posts to the database. To resolve this issue, you’ll have to modify one of WPeMatico’s files. Here’s how. (Tested on WPeMatico v1.1.92 and APT v1.7) (more…)
Everyone who has been complaining about my inability to release new APT versions more often than just once a year now has the opportunity to motivate my lazy butt by supporting me on Patreon. (more…)
Thanks to password managers we don’t have to remember the vast majority of our passwords; but we still have to remember something – that is at least the master password. Even though it’s usually often used, there is always the possibility that one might forget it and thus lose all their passwords. So what can be done about this? (more…)
This post shows how to add tags to posts even if keywords are not enclosed by word separators. (more…)
If you have a page with a lot of input fields (usually 1000+) and it seems that some of them aren’t being sent when submitting the form, the cause may be a low
max_input_vars limit in your PHP configuration. (more…)
So I finally released a new version of APT. It’s been a while; v1.5 was released more than a year ago actually. This update was really long overdue. As always, you can download it from the Plugin Directory. (more…)
You can either install a tweaked version of APT called Automatic Category Adder, or you can modify APT with just a few simple steps described below.