A plugin that allows you to quickly and easily show off your portfolio of websites on your wordpress blog with automatically generated thumbnails.
A plugin that allows you to show off your website portfolio through a single page on your wordpress blog with automatically generated thumbnails. To show
your portfolio, create a new page and paste
[wp-portfolio] into it.
However, you do not need an account with ShrinkTheWeb to use this plugin if you capture screenshots of your websites yourself. Just can capture your own screenshots as images, upload those images to your website, and then link to them in the
Custom Thumbnail URL field.
This plugin also requires PHP5 or above.
Dan Harrison is a blogging fanatic, who has been running WordPress on all of his websites for years. Dan is a UK WordPress Developer, and runs a web development agency, specialising in WordPress development and design, such as creating new WordPress plugins and templates.
Please check the frequently asked questions page if you have any issues. As a last resort, please raise a problem in the WP Portfolio Support Forum on WordPress.org, and I'll respond to the ticket as soon as possible. Please be aware, this might be a couple of days.
If you have any comments, ideas or any other feedback on this plugin, please leave comments on the WP Portfolio Support Forum on WordPress.org.
I offer a feature for a fee policy. This means if you wish to have a new feature added, you can pay a small fee, and we'll add that particular feature to the plugin. Any features that are paid for are shared with the community. This helps to cover our costs of developing and supporting the plugin.
You can pay for requested features on the WP Portfolio Fee for Features page. Payment are handed by Paypal for simplicity. If you are prepared to wait rather than pay for a new feature, I do welcome feature ideas, which can be left on the WP Portfolio Support Forum on WordPress.org.
This plugin is licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0.