Ancient World Linked Data for WordPress

Description

Ancient World Linked Data for WordPress — Awld.js is a javascript library for Ancient World Linked Data, developed by the Institute for the Study of the Ancient World. This plugin adds functionality and visual elements to your WordPress powered website, based on links to stable URIs relevant to the study of the Ancient World.

Available resources

  • Arachne (arachne.uni-koeln.de)
  • Encyclopedia of Life (eol.org)
  • GeoNames (geonames.org)
  • Internet Archive (archive.org)
  • Library of Congress (lccn.loc.gov)
  • Munzkabinett Berlin (smb.museum)
  • Nomisma (nomisma.org)
  • Numismatics (numismatics.org)
  • Open Context (opencontext.org)
  • Papyri (papyri.info)
  • Pelagios (pelagios-project.blogspot.com)
  • Perseus (data.perseus.org)
  • Pleiades (pleiades.stoa.org)
  • Portable Antiquities Scheme (finds.org.uk)
  • Sudoc (sudoc.abes.fr)
  • Trismegistos (trismegistos.org)
  • Wikipedia (en.wikipedia.org)
  • Wikipedia FR (fr.wikipedia.org)
  • Worldcat (worldcat.org)
  • Yale Art Gallery (ecatalogue.art.yale.edu)

About awld.js

Awld.js is a project of the Institute for the Study of the Ancient World (ISAW). The project is overseen by Sebastian Heath. The initial implementation of the library was written by Nick Rabinowitz.

Find out more about the awld.js project on Github.

Terms of Use

Neither the name of the New York University nor the names of its contributors may be used to endorse or promote products derived from this software without specific prior written permission.

Copyright

The awld.js library is copyright © 2012, Institute for the Study of the Ancient World, New York University. All rights reserved.

Disclaimer

The awld.js project is currently in the proof-of-concept, pre-alpha, use-at-your-own-risk stage.

Screenshots

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Installation

Minimum Requirements

  • WordPress 3.3 or greater

Automatic installation

Log in to your WordPress admin panel, navigate to the Plugins menu and use the search form to search for this plugin. Click Install and WordPress will automatically complete the installation.

Manual installation

  1. Download the plugin to your computer and unzip it
  2. Use an FTP program, or your hosting control panel, to upload the unzipped plugin folder to the plugin directory of your WordPress installation.
  3. Log in to your WordPress admin panel and activate the plugin from the Plugins menu.

FAQ

Where can I find documentation?

Find out more about the awld.js project on Github.

Where can I report bugs or request new features?

Bugs related to the awld.js library can be reported on GitHub.

Bugs related to the WordPress plugin can be reported on the WordPress support forums or on GitHub.

Idem for feature requests.

Can I contribute?

Checkout and contribute to the awld.js source code on GitHub.

Checkout and contribute to the plugin source code on GitHub.

Contributors & Developers

“Ancient World Linked Data for WordPress” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

Changelog

0.2.1 – 19/08/2015

  • Use PHP 5 style constructor

0.2.0 – 19/10/2014

  • code cleanup
  • Add GeoNames support
  • TinyMCE 4.0
  • requires WP 3.9 or higher

0.1.3 – 02/03/2013

  • Minor update
  • code cleanup
  • 3.5+ admin interface

0.1.2 – 09/06/2012

  • new module: Internet Archive (archive.org)
  • updated papyri.info module
  • added more awld types to editor plugin
  • updated admin documentation (Munzkabinett Berlin, numismatics.org and sudoc modules)

0.1.1 – 03/06/2012

  • Initial release 0.1.1