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Embed your source from gist into WordPress easily.
- Embed your source from gist into WordPress easily.
- You simply have to paste the URL of your Gist.
- You can embed a specific revision of the Gist.
- You can embed an individual file that is part of a multi-file Gist.
You can embed your program sources from gist by simply pasting the URL like below.
- A plugin installation screen is displayed on the WordPress admin panel.
- It installs it in
- The plugin is made effective.
Copy URL from gist.github.com.
You simply paste URL into WordPress.
It just appears!
- Testedn on WordPress 4.7
- Sync version number with WordPress core.
- Add Chinese translation. Thanks dallaslu!!
- Leave a link to gist when is_feed().
- Update tests.
- Add readme.md
- Got it to work on Press This.
- Fix responsive css.
- Add feature embedding gist's revision.
- Fix css styles for twentyfifteen.
- Fix problem with JetPack 2.9. Thanks rickrduncan for patch.
- fixed for new permalink structure.
- Fixed to specification changes of Gist.
This plugin gives you the ability to change the appearance of your RSS feed.
This plugin gives you the ability to change the appearance of your RSS feed. You can easily add images from custom fields, read more link, category list, tag list and any custom code before or after the feed items. Also, the plugin allows you to delay feed publication for several minutes. It is helpful, when you made some mistake and you will have time to fix it before the post went to RSS and all other services like facebook or twitter.
- Go to your WordPress admin dashboard -> Plugins -> Add new, then search for Rss Manager and agree to install it.
If it didn't work, try this:
rss-manager-plugin folder to the
- Activate the plugin through the 'Plugins' menu in WordPress
- Go to Rss Manager options page to change the settings.
Custom code settings
- Added WordPress built-in thumbnails support
- Fixed bug with unsaving options.
- Plugins first svn publication
Makes sense. Is that in the "Theme options panel" of those themes or in the index.php?
I mean it's in the theme code. It's how people chose to write the theme. I use Genesis, and it's something I can filter.
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