Blogroll Links displays a list of URL links and related info in a Post or Page on your WordPress Blog. It is often used for tagged, social links.
For people who maintain their Web site or blog using the WordPress blog content management system, blogroll-links is an open source WordPress plugin that uses WordPress’ built-in Blogroll feature and presents links to friends’ home pages and own pages on social networking sites using XFN in the links.
Features of this plugin
To learn more about this plugin, please read my blog post about it titled Social Graphs API: WordPress Plugin: Blogroll Links
See this plugin in action at the following Posts and Pages powered by WordPress:
The two lists, first one of links to my own pages on various social networking sites and the second one of links to some of my friends’ pages are generated by this plugin. Yes, those social networks’ logo pictures are also taken by the plugin from the WordPress standard Blogroll links. Code:
<h3>My Pages on Social Networking Sites</h3>
[blogroll-links categoryslug="rajiv-web" sortby="link_name" sortorder="desc"]
Old syntax for legacy support:
<!--blogroll-links category-slug="rajiv-web" sort-by="link_name" sort-order="desc"--><!--/blogroll-links-->
<h3>Web Sites of Some People I Know</h3>
[blogroll-links categoryslug="people" sortby="link_name" sortorder="desc"]
This list of charitable organizations with brief descriptions is generated by the plugin. Code:
This list of search engines is maintained as Blogroll links in WordPress. Code:
The featured links shown under the “What’s featured here?” section shows the links I’ve categorized as featured in WordPress’ Blogroll links. Code:
<a title="featured" name="featured"></a>
<h2>What's featured here?</h2>
[blogroll-links categoryslug="featured" sortby="link_name" sortorder="desc"]
Thanks to Dave Grega, Adam E. Falk (xenograg) for their contributions to this code.