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This plugin lets you replicate your Discogs collection into your WordPress website.
It creates a new custom post Records, and then creates a post for every record you have in your collection on Discogs.

In order to download images from Discogs you have to create a Discogs app within your account at this link:

After the creation insert your Consumer Key and Conusmer Secret, then authenticate.
After that you can sync your Discogs collection images with your WordPress website.

A shortcode is available to show your records on your pages.

Made by imbeard


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  1. Install the plugin (Upload the discpress folder manually to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory, or upload the zip with the WordPress installer).
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress.
  3. Follow the instructions on the DiscPress page in the WordPress settings.


Works like a charm

Great plugin. Does exactly what it says and works flawlessly. There are of course details that can be improved but for the price it is great out of the box.


This plugin is perfect for when you want to link your Discogs with Woocommerce. I had some trouble initialising, but the very friendly developers (Imbeard) really helped me out! 5/5
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Contributors & Developers

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  • Minor fixes and changes


  • Added shortcode to display records on pages
  • Updated OAuthSimple library


  • Minor fixes and changes.


  • Plugin cleanup when uninstalled.


  • Better image download management, to prevent duplicate images.


  • Fixed a bug in records deletion
  • Now you can sync without authorization (but you won’t be able to download images)
  • Minor fixes and changes


  • Images downloads back at one at a time
  • Better management of images placeholders
  • Minor fixes and changes


  • Import can now handle multiple values in one field (for example multiple labels)
  • Added import fields: id, year
  • Removed import field: entity-type
  • Minor fixes and changes


  • Improved collection syncing: now managed by AJAX, new records fetched from Discogs are added, existing ones are updated, old ones are deleted
  • Improved images syncing: now grabbing 10 images at a time
  • Fixed CSS conflicting with other WordPress elements
  • Minor fixes and changes


  • First version released