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Automatic Indexing without plugin

Automatic Indexing without plugin

If you prefer to create the table without using a plugin, you can create a custom template file for your WordPress theme that displays all your posts and pages in a table format. Here’s how:

  • Create a new file in your theme directory and name it something like page-index.php.
  • Add the following code to the top of your file to define the template name and enable it to be selected in the WordPress page editor:

php

<?php

/*

Template Name: Index Page

*/

?>

  • Add the following code to the rest of your file to display the table:

<?php get_header(); ?>

<div id=”primary” class=”content-area”>

  <main id=”main” class=”site-main” role=”main”>

    <table>

      <thead>

        <tr>

          <th>Title</th>

          <th>Excerpt</th>

        </tr>

      </thead>

      <tbody>

        <?php

          $args = array(

            ‘post_type’ => array(‘post’, ‘page’),

            ‘posts_per_page’ => -1,

            ‘order’ => ‘ASC’,

            ‘orderby’ => ‘title’

          );

          $posts = get_posts($args);

          foreach ($posts as $post) :

            setup_postdata($post);

        ?>

          <tr>

            <td><a href=”<?php the_permalink(); ?>”><?php the_title(); ?></a></td>

            <td><?php the_excerpt(); ?></td>

          </tr>

        <?php endforeach; ?>

      </tbody>

    </table>

  </main>

</div>

<?php get_footer(); ?>

This code creates a table that includes the title and excerpt of each post and page, ordered alphabetically by the title.

  • Save the file and upload it to your theme directory.
  • In the WordPress page editor, create a new page and select the “Index Page” template from the “Page Attributes” section.
  • Publish the page to display the table.

That’s it! Your WordPress site now has a page with a table that indexes all your posts and pages alphabetically and includes a short excerpt, without using a plugin.


To create a single page that indexes all your posts and pages in one place, you can use a combination of the previous methods. Here’s how:

  • Create a new page in the WordPress page editor and give it a title like “Site Index”.
  • In the “Page Attributes” section, select the “Index Page” template that you created in the previous answer.
  • In the content editor, add the following shortcode:

python

[table id=0 /]

This shortcode will display the table of posts and pages that you created in the page-index.php template.

  • Save and publish the page.

Now, when you visit the “Site Index” page on your WordPress site, you will see a table that indexes all your posts and pages in one place, ordered alphabetically by title and including a short excerpt for each post and page.

Now without using the theme editor, simple code on index wordpress page

You can create a simple WordPress page that displays a table of your posts and pages without using the theme editor. Here’s how:

  • Create a new page in the WordPress page editor and give it a title like “Site Index”.
  • In the content editor, add the following shortcode:

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[posts_table columns=”date,title,excerpt” links=”title” order_by=”title” sort_order=”asc”]

This shortcode will display a table of all your posts and pages, ordered alphabetically by title and including a short excerpt for each post and page.

  • Save and publish the page.

That’s it! When you visit the “Site Index” page on your WordPress site, you will see a table that indexes all your posts and pages in one place, ordered alphabetically by title and including a short excerpt for each post and page.

Automatic Indexing without plugin
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