delicious tagroll shortcode

Description

The delicious tagroll for WordPress plugin adds a new shortcode to WordPress, the [delicious_tagroll] shortcode. The shortcode creates a tag cloud from your public delicious tags.

Live demo: http://soderlind.no/bookmarks/

For more information, please see the plugin home page

Screenshots

  • Demo
  • Adding the [delicious_tagroll] shortcode to a page

Installation

Requirement

  • PHP: 5.2.x or newer

Manual Installation

  • Upload the files to wp-content/plugins/delicious-tagroll-shortcode/
  • Activate the plugin

Automatic Installation

  • On your WordPress blog, open the Dashboard
  • Go to Plugins->Install New
  • Search for “delicious tagroll”
  • Click on install to install the delicious tagroll shortcode

WPMU Installation

  • If you want to change the shortcode defaults, edit the ps_delicious_tagroll.php file
  • Upload the file to wp-content/mu-plugins/

Usage

Parameters

  • username=”delicious username” (the only mandatory parameter, if you forget this parameter, my tagroll will be displayed)
  • title=”tagroll title” (default =”My Delicious Tags”, use ” ” if you don’t want a tagroll title)
  • count=”number of tags” (default=”100″)
  • sort=”alpha or freq” (default = “alpha”)
  • showcounts=”true or false” (default = “false”, show tag counts)
  • mincount (default mincount=”10″), eg. show only tags with 10 or more links
  • minfont=”12″
  • maxfont=”35″

FAQ

What are shortcodes?

Shortcode, a “shortcut to code”, makes it easy to add funtionality to a page or post. When a page with a shortcode is saved, WordPress execute the linked code and embedds the output in the page.

Writing your own shortcode plugin

Contributors & Developers

“delicious tagroll shortcode” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

Changelog

2.2.2

  • Tested & found compatible with WP 4.7.

2.2.1

  • Change feed URL to feeds.del.icio.us

2.2.0

  • Add scripts to shortcode only when the shortcode is used.
  • Update plugin for WordPress Coding Standards.
  • Tested & found compatible with WP 4.5.

2.1.4

  • Tested in WordPress 4.3

2.1.3

  • Tested in WordPress 3.9, bumped version number
  • The plugin no longer supports PHP 4.x

2.1.2

  • Bugfix, You need this version if you are using PHP prior to version 5.3

2.1.1

  • Replaced LastRSS with WordPress built in methods and set/get transient for caching. See function ps_delicious_tagroll_get_tags() in ps_delicious_tagroll.php
  • Added a new optional attribute:
    • tags (default empty), used to filter which tags you’d like to display eg. tags=”javascript,jquery,nodejs”

2.0

  • Delicious removed their javascript feed so I had to do a total rewrite
    • Creates the tag cloud server-side (good for SEO) and lets you change the look and feel using the included style sheet.
    • Uses the Delicious RSS feed API
    • Caches the feed for one hour. Delicious might block you if you access their feed API too often.
  • Some attributes are removed from the shortcode (you can change these using the ps_delicious_tagroll.css style sheet in the plugin directory):
    • mincolor
    • maxcolor
    • flow
  • Also removed the attributes
    • showname
    • showadd
    • icon
  • Added a new attribute:
    • mincount (default mincount=”10″), eg. show only tags with 10 or more links

1.1

  • changed parameter name=”true” to showname=”true”
  • added missing parameter showcounts=”false”

1.0

  • initial release