Do you run a law blog? Want to give your readers fresh legal news? This WordPress plugin adds a sidebar widget that displays a mix of current legal ne
This free WordPress plugin was designed for bloggers who want to add legal news content to their website(s). You blog's own content will be combined with fresh legal news from LexisNexis' legal news website, [Lawyers.com] (http://Lawyers.com "Lawyers.com").
Combine Your Content With Fresh Headlines: This WordPress plugin will display a mix of fresh legal news headlines that your predetermine intermixed with your blog's own content.
No 3rd Party Branding: This plugin is "White Label". The design is determined by your WordPress theme and no other logos or branding will be displayed or marketed to the end user.
Customized Legal News: You customize what types of legal news (bankruptcy, family law, etc.) is displayed to your readers in the easy to use admin screen.
Adjustable Content Display: Ability to add a character limited summary option to display excerpts from stories directly on your blog.
Continuous RSS Scrolling: Headlines will vertically scroll at a speed you determine, allowing a large amount of content to be displayed in a small box.
Easy Installation: No coding knowledge required to configure this plugin. Just activate the plugin and drag and drop the widget to sidebar and check the front end.
Scalable Performance: Based on the latest WordPress feed fetching technology for enhanced performance and scalability
Multiple Flavors of RSS Supported: Supports all major types of RSS and Atom feeds including: RSS 0.91 (Netscape), RSS 0.91 (Userland), RSS 0.90, RSS 0.92, RSS 1.0, RSS 2.0, Atom 0.3, Atom 1.0
Easy Configuration: Easy to use configuration settings screen
Multiple sources of legal news categories: bloggers can select specific types of headlines to be displayed in widget (Divorce, current events, Family Law, etc.) in admin interface
Configurable name for headline box: Call this widget box whatever you want (ie. Top Legal News, Name-Of-Your-Blog News, etc.)
Coming soon * (Got more ideas? Tell us!)
Requires: 3.0 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.4.2
Last Updated: 2012-8-10
1 of 1 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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