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How do the related widgets on my site work?

Content on your site may include one of several Related Widgets:

  • Related Articles
  • Related Events
  • Related Directory Listing
  • Related Blog Posts
  • Related Products

... as well as any custom Related Widgets.

Related Widgets have the ability to surface associated content that may have some connection with the main content. This association can be either automatic or manual.

First we show the manually related content selected when you created the initial article, blog post or other content under the related tab.

Related Subform controls the manual associations (Article Manager shown).

Learn about automatic association of content in this article: How do the automatic related widgets on my site work?

Use the Settings under Advanced to control the number of items that appear.

Related content widgets have a set number of possible slots, as determined by the relevant system settings.

Those spaces are first filled with any manually associated content (articles / events / products / etc.). Any leftover positions are filled with the automatically returned related content from SOLR, our automated process.

The number of returned results on the Related Widgets may be adjusted via System Settings. Speak to your solutions manager if you do not have access.

  • related.content.limit.articles = Related Article widget driven by the Article / Blog Post tools
  • related.content.limit.directories = Related Directory Listings / Buyer's Guide widget driven by the Directory Listing Manager tool
  • related.content.limit.events = Related Events widget driven by the Event Manager
  • related.content.limit.products = Related Products widget driven by the Product Manager

Your website may call these widgets different things. Ask your solutions manager if you have questions.

Additionally, your site may have additional or customized related widgets that may have unique system settings that accomplish this same goal. Again, speak with your solutions manager should you have questions.