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February 7, 2021
8:25 am
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In my older post from a year or so ago, i was able to add link to source at the end of each post, but now when i add new feeds I cant seem to find where that option is anymore to add link to sources at the end of each post.


Please could you direct me in the right direction

February 19, 2021
3:22 pm
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sp_userofflinesmall Offline

Here is a quote from the Login to see this link.:

Post title, Post content and Post excerpt

CyberSEO Pro allows you to define HTML templates for post title, post content and post excerpt. You can use these text boxes to define the layout and contents of the posts, generated by the plugin. The following predefined tags are available:

  • %post_title% – post title;
  • %post_content% – post content;
  • %post_excerpt% – post excerpt;
  • %post_excerpt_notags% – post excerpt with stripped HTML tags;
  • %link% – a link to source;
  • %post_guid% – post GUID;
  • %media_description% – post media description (if media attachments are included);
  • %enclosure_url% – the enclosure URL (if attachment enclosure is included);
  • %xml_tags[name]% – an XML tag value, where name must be replaced with the actual XML tag name;
  • %params[name]% – a value of the specified feed URL parameter. E.g. if the feed URL is, the %params[_nkw]% will be replaced with “books”.
  • %custom_fields[name]% – a custom field value, where name must be replaced with the actual custom field name;
  • %custom_fields_attr[name][attr]% – a custom field attribute, where name must be replaced by the actual custom field name and attr must be replaced by the XML attribute name;
  • %media_thumbnail[n]% – a link to the media thumbnail, where n is its integer index (if media attachments are included).

So if you want to add a link to source somewhere in your post body, just add this into its template:


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