This plugin contains a responsive widget for showing posts or pages recently visited by a visitor. Posts Viewed Recently plugin is capable to show custom post types and you can also show this widget on your page/post using shortcode provided in widget options.
With this plugin you can choose post types to show, the number of posts to display, show or hide the featured image, dimensions of the featured image and alternate image URL if featured image is not available, and display post date or not.
To show this widget in any post/page, copy and paste the shortcode generated by the widget to that post or page.
This plugin uses cookie and if cookies are not accepted or any two single posts (of selected post types) haven’t been clicked yet, no output will be displayed.
This section describes how to install the plugin and get it working.
- Install Posts Viewed Recently plugin either via the WordPress.org plugin directory or by uploading the posts_viewed_recently folder to
/wp-content/plugins/directory at your server
- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
- Drag Posts Viewed Recently widget from list of your
Available Widgetto the sidebar where you want to place the widget
- Customize the setting as per your requirement and you’re ready
How to use it?
Enable the plugin and place the widget in the sidebar wherever you want
What if some of my posts/pages have no featured image attached?
You can specify an alternate image URL in the widget option. Image from that URL will be used if no featured image found
How can I show this widget into my post or page?
Use shortcode generated by the widget to display into your page/post
Is this responsive?
Yes, widget created by Posts Viewed Recently plugin is responsive
Does this plugin has its own CSS rule for link and text colours?
No, this plugin doesn’t have any CSS rule for link and text colours. It just inherits those from your theme’s styles
- Bugfix: Missing closing tags when the number of posts viewed was more than the number of posts to show. Issue fixed
- Direct file access blocked
- Code optimization by avoiding arguments parsing till the cookie existence check
- Security bug fixes and code enhancement
- Plugin updated to show post date in the format as set in WordPress setting
- Bugfix: The widget in the sidebar and the current post, both were displaying the same publish date. Issue fixed
- Let you specify a title, post types to select, set number of posts, enable/disable featured image, its size and alternative image URL, display or not post date