Contentside Semantic Platform


The plugin provides two ways to recommend similar posts:
* Based on the whole content of the article
* Based on a selected portion of the article

Those similar posts can then be displayed in your article, using the provided shortcode [csp_related_posts].
The theme developers can also easily integrate the related posts in their theme, using the provided function get_csp_related_posts($post).


Once the installation has been completed, all the articles must be synchronized with the Semantic Platform
by launching synchronization on configuration interface (Tools > CSP > Synchronize posts).
Once the synchronization is complete, the API can recommend similar posts through your plugin.

The plugin is used on the edit page of a post:
– a meta-box exists below the articles and allows you to find a list of similar posts.
– selecting some text, a button appears in the Gutenberg toolbar and allows you to start a similar posts search:

When selecting a post in the modal, the selected text will be transformed into a link pointing to the chosen post.



  • Initial release of the CSP Plugin with related posts recommandation, automatic categorization, automatic tagging and NER.


  • Transfer of ownership to Contentside


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  • NER


Get a CSP license

To be able to use this plugin, you must provide an API key.
If you do not have one yet, please contact Contenside.

Installing the plugin

  1. In your WordPress admin panel, go to Plugins > New Plugin, search for «Contentside Semantic Platform» and click «Install now»
  2. Alternatively, download the plugin, upload and extract the contents of to your plugins directory, which usually is /wp-content/plugins/.
  3. Activate the plugin
  4. Go to Tools > CSP and enter your API key
  5. Start the article synchronization for related posts generation
  6. Change whatever setting you want to match your needs
  7. Enjoy!


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