This plugin enables you to add various part of your LinkedIn profile to your WordPress blog.
No, it doesn't. But there is a premiun extension, WP-LinkedIn Multi-Users that changes the behavior of this plugin so that shortcodes and widgets show the data of the author of the post or page.
No, it doesn't. But there is a premiun extension, WP-LinkedIn for Companies that provides shortcodes and widgets for company profiles and company updates.
The volunteer experiences section is already in the template but is not
activated by default. To activate it you must add the relevant profile fields to
to the list of fields, the minimum is
volunteer. To get the full data
The projects section is already in the template but is not activated by default. To activate it you must add the relevant profile fields to the list of fields:
For other sections see Showing more of your LinkedIn profile with WP-LinkedIn.
components used. To solve the incompatibility it's better to choose one of the
component and use only this one. To change the component that is used by the
recommendations' scroller you will need to customize the
There can be several reasons to that problem, check the following:
Verify SSL peeroption on the plugin's settings page.
the page as been moved to the
recommendations.php template. If you
customized that template you must add the following line to the top of your
Try regenerating the access token from the settings page, the plugin needs new authorization to access your network updates.
Unfortunately not, LinkedIn has bigger pictures but they make only the 80x80 version available to theit API. If you want a bigger image you will have to provide it and modify the profile template to show this one.
Requires: 2.7 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.9.2
Last Updated: 2014-7-16
1 of 6 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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