Makes it easy to pull content from one post or page and place it on another using a simple shortcode, even in a multisite environment.
The basic syntax of the shortcode is [rps-include blog=# post=#]. You do not need to specify the blog ID if you are not in a multisite environment.
It seems that there are cases where the default content filters are not applied before the content is displayed. If this is the case then you simply need to add the shortcode attribute "filter" and set it to "true".
Add the "sortcode" attribute and set it to "false". Keep in mind that using this method will remove all shortcodes from the included content, including any rps-include shortcodes that are designed to call included content that is nested inside other included content. However, this should not affect most users.
You would use the shortcode like so: [rps-include blog=2 post=500 title=true titletag=h3 titlelink=true]
You would specify the content attribute like so: [rps-include post=500 content=none]. Setting the content attribute to 'none' forces the title to show.
To easily obtain the blog ID and post ID, install the free RPS Blog Info plugin, which places that information (and much more) on your WordPress 3.3 Toolbar.
Yes. RPS Include Content supports "nested" includes. In addition, it protects you by preventing infinite loops and duplicate calls to the same content.
If you are logged in, you will see an error message appear in place of the shortcode when viewing the public site. Users that are not logged in, or do not have post/page editing permissions will not see the error message.
The included post title will appear followed by the password form, just like the default WordPress behavior.
The best way is to view the page on the public site while logged in. Each piece of source content will be marked with an "i" symbol and a vertical line appearing in theright margin. Hovering over the included content will display "View" and "Edit" buttons. Clicking Edit will take you to the source post/page.
You can include content across different Web sites as long as they are in the same network. A multisite network is a collection of sites that all share the same WordPress installation.
Requires: 3.0 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.5.1
Last Updated: 2013-5-3
3 of 5 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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