Thousands of blogs use the YARPP (Yet Another Related Posts Plugin) plugin, which allows you to display related posts at the bottom of a post. Did you know you can easily style the colors and fonts to match your site? Below are some simple CSS styles you can add to your WordPress site to change the look of your LinkWithin related posts.
In your WordPress admin go to Appearance > Editor. By default you should land on your theme’s style.css file. I typically scroll to the bottom and begin entering my code.
Note: Always make a backup copy of your styles.css code – I usually save mine to a .txt file just in case!
Note: You can change the default “You may also like…” text by going to Settings > Related Posts (YARPP).
Remember that in the styles above I’m using colors and fonts as examples – you should use the colors and fonts that coordinate with your website. For color options check out ColorPicker.com. For font options check out Google Fonts (you’ll need to install one line of code in your header to make the font work on your site).
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