Upload the SMIRC plugin to your blog (YOURBLOG/wp-content/plugins) and activate it using the WordPress plugin admin screen.
Modify settings if necessary. You can modify the following settings:
Keyword. SMIRC uses a page's (or post's) title as a search term when querying for related content. You can add a word to this search term.
Data sources. SMIRC has the ability to search one or more sources of content. This version includes Twitter and Google Blog Search. You can
indicate which sources you'd like to search, number of results from each source, and what to exclude from each source.
Header text. To better fit within your existing theme, you can set the text that is displayed above SMIRC's list of links.
Animation. You have two choices: SMIRC will either display the header and list, or display the header with an arrow -- clicking the arrow
will trigger a sliding animation reveal of the list.
Add <?=smirc($post->post_title)?> in your template where you'd like SMIRC to display content. If you don't want to use your page title (or
post title) as keywords, pass any string you'd like to the smirc() function.
Requires: 2.7 or higher Compatible up to: 2.7.1 Last Updated: 2009-4-4 Downloads: 1,840