Tag: related entries
- tags: expresso store, related entries, related products, multi-relationships, nested relationships, view after entry
Related Entries Module made for show Customer's visited Entries. "Related Entries" is an intelligent as well as a very useful plugin that keeps track of visitors' visited entries and store them in database. This plugin will suggest your site visitors with Entries which were mostly explored by other visitors. These suggestions display on pages that are based on the current Entry.
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EE’s related entries features allow you to fetch parents or children of a particular weblog entry, but not siblings. Sibleengs allows you to fetch those siblings and their data. Please note that this is a test release.
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Landing Page is an ExpressionEngine add-on that allows you to display relevant entries when a visitor is referred to your site from a search engine. It is a great tool for helping your visitors to find what they are looking for quicker and easier.
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- tags: tags, related, ranking, tagging, relationship, relationships, rank, tag, channel entries, cloud, content, related entries, publish, edit, entries, solspace
ExpressionEngine 2, ExpressionEngine 3
Establishing interesting and useful relationships within the content on a website is a powerful method of retaining visitors and bringing them back. The Solspace Tag add-on is an intuitive relationship tool. It lets you freely apply relevant tags to entries on your site. You can then display in your templates the relationships that emerge within this data to improve your visitors' experience. Relationships develop over time, naturally, intuitively. Tag brings this natural progression to your website.
The Related Entries module simplifies the relating of entries in a powerful way. You no longer need to create “relationship” fields, and more importantly, no more scanning through a mile-long dropmenu list of weblog entries to find your “match.” Even better, you can now relate more than one weblog entry if you wish!