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Well I’ve got an interesting one. It’s one that you might think would not be associated with what it does, but it does. It’s called Add Category to Pages. Now we often think of just categories as something that we would put in a custom post type or just a regular post, but not a page. There are various benefits in why you would want to add a category to pages. You can embed a category-based list of pages, you can create a tag based on different archives for pages. So if you have a ton of pages that you wanted to archive, you can just archive them based on that category. Or you can also hide pages that belong to a certain category, so that’s pretty nice.

It’s a great way to be able to just kind of turn things off and on as you need them within the page structure. I think this is a very handy plugin for those who’ve had difficulties dealing with pages over posts and sometimes default over to posts when they really don’t want to. This is that nice little bridge that can help you get there. So I rated this one a 8 out of 10.

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Rating: 8/10