How to Enforce One Category Per Post in WordPress


How to Enforce One Category Per Post in WordPress
Jennifer King

By default the categories metabox contains checkboxes next to category names which allows users to choose multiple categories. With Categories Metabox Enhanced plugin, you can change it into radio button or select options. Choosing a radio and select option will restrict users to select only one category at a time.

How to Enforce One Category Per Post in WordPress
Tami Floyd

When adding categories to posts we would recommend only using one category per post. This can be difficult for beginner to get used to. In this video, we will show you how to enforce one category per post in WordPress.

WordPress.org
Teri Powell

Previously, I used jQuery to watch the category panel on the right side, but in Gutenberg the panel is controlled by React, the old method doesn’t work well anymore.

Can you Enforce Using Just One Category Per Post in WordPress?
Joanna Patterson

By using the Categories Metabox Enhanced WordPress Plugin, you can actually eliminate the possibility of authors selecting more than one category. Start by downloading the plugin and installing it within your WordPress Dashboard. Once you’ve installed and activated the plugin, you will find the options for it under “Settings>>Categories Metabox Enhanced” in your dashboard.

How to Display Recent Posts From A Specific Category In WordPress
Treena Barry

I have just started to use Recent Posts Extended widget but for some reason i can’t get it do display what i want and where i want it to go. I run a driving school and have built my website using WP & Divi Builder. I have 7 Recent Posts Extended. One for latest customer reviews to appear on home website page for all areas served, 3 for test passes and 3 for customer reviews for 3 areas I cover which have their own page. But when I go to select the area in “limit to category” for each Recent Posts Extended I expected to see 7 categories with check boxes and there are only 5 categories available for selection. I am no developer, so understanding CSS code to use is like reading Chinese. I have trawled the web and not found the answer to suit my needs.

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