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Viper's Plugins Used

Allows you to display alphabetically what plugins you have enabled on your blog in either a table or unordered list. Also allows you to set custom des

Upload vipers_pluginsused.php to your /wp-content/plugins/ folder and activate it from the admin area.

In order to display your plugins list, you'll have to use a custom Page template. Unfortunately, this is not the easiest thing in the world to do for a novice user. I have plans to make the installation process much, much easier in the future by switching to placeholders and/or BBCode, but for now, you'll have to follow these instructions. But don't worry, they should be simple to follow.

http://codex.wordpress.org/Pages#Creating_your_own_Page_Templates

  1. Browse to your theme's folder (/wp-content/themes/[theme name]/) and download page.php (if it doesn't exist, use index.php).

  2. Rename the file to something like page_pluginsused.php and open it up with a text editor. See the WordPress Codex if you need help doing this. You can also just upload the file now if you wish and edit it via the admin area.

  3. Add the following to the top of the file to give the new Page template a name and to initiate the plugin:

  4. Find the the_content() call. We will be adding the plugin list output after this.

Output As A Table

Last Updated: 2007-4-4
Downloads: 4,410

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