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What I mean by series is like writing a book. A reader should be able to click on the book and then proceed to read the chapters. I can probably mimic it by creating a page and then linking it to a series of posts. I am looking for a more natural way to present and navigate.

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I've used this plugin for a client site I did a while back...it might do what you need...Organize Series plugin

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I have installed and configured the plugin. Organizing works well. I see references to a table of contents but couldn't find it. – James Sep 7 '10 at 18:31

Justin Tadlock's Series plugin is great, and it uses a lot less resources than the Organize Series plugin. It's simple, and based off of WP's custom taxonomies, and is built by a reputable WP programmer.

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Thanks. The plugin lacks documentation on the WordPress.org site. I would have to try on a dummy site to figure out. – James Sep 7 '10 at 22:36
The documentation is all in the readme. Justin is very good about that. – Dan Gayle Sep 7 '10 at 23:58

Just to clarify. Organize Series uses WP's custom taxonomies as well. Also, I now have it hosted at organizeseries.com. Not knocking Justin's plugin though - he's doing a lot of great stuff for WordPress :)

I hope orgseries works well for you James.

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Thanks Darren. It works perfectly for my needs. Nice new web site. – James Nov 12 '10 at 17:13

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