This time we’ll talk about WordPress link management. In every WordPress website, users will list some websites they often visit (mostly blogs). WordPress calls this blogroll, which is actually what we call friendship links.
In the WordPress management background, blogroll is listed separately for management. The blogroll tag has three sub tags, which are:Manage blogroll，Add linksandImport link。
Under the manage blogroll tab, you can view information about all links. To facilitate management, you can view according to a certain category, and provide sorting by name, link ID, address, score and other ways. Note that the sorting here refers to the sorting in the background control panel, not the sorting in the front display mode of the website.
Here, you can see the names (and descriptions), URLs, categories, relationships, visibility and other information of all links. You can also edit or delete links.
In addition, you can select all the links you want to delete and clickDelete selected links, delete more than one link at a time.
This is where we often add links. Let’s take a look at how to add links and what the information means.
The main thing is the name, address and description of the link. The name is the name of the website you want to link to, which will be displayed on your webpage; the address is of course the URL of the link; the description is a summary of the website. When users mouse over the URL, the description information will generally be displayed.
The classification information of the links shown on the top right, you can classify the links you add into one or more classifications. The default is added to the blogroll category.
Below the classification information is the target window that the specified link opens. _Blank means to open in a new window, and “top” means to open in the outermost window. Another option is not specified by default.
Below the classification information are the links that you specify to be visible. Visible by default. However, if you want a link not to be displayed on your website, but you do not want to delete it, you can specify invisible here.
Under add link, there is a link network. This network mainly reflects the relationship between you and the target link, such as specifying the relationship between you and the other party, the degree of interaction, the living relationship, etc. This network is reflected in the rel attribute of the hyperlink. If you feel in trouble, you can ignore it.
Under the relationship network, you can specify some advanced properties for the link you want to add, such as the image address can be associated with a picture, the RSS address can add its RSS source address, and the note information can write down some other additional information to be noted here. Finally, there are options for scoring links, from 1 to 9, which means that you evaluate this website, and 0 means no evaluation.
At the bottom of the page, there is also an applet for bookmarking links. You can put thatSearch for itBookmark to your browser bookmark, when you meet a good website to add to your own site, directly click the bookmark. This is basically the same as the WordPress bookmarking applet we mentioned earlier.
This import link function allows you to directly import an OPML file, whether it exists on the network or on your computer, and classify these links into existing categories.
The so-called OPML is the abbreviation of outline processor markup language. It is a file format conforming to XML specification. OPML file can contain a large number of URL information, which can be used to exchange URL and RSS feed.
At present, WordPress supports OPML import function, but it does not support OPML export function.