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edshelf Widget

Adds a shortcode and template tag for embedding an edshelf widget onto your site.

Do I need to use this plugin to embed an edshelf widget?

If you want to embed this widget within a blog post, then yes. The WordPress text editor strips out JavaScript by default. Since the edshelf widget's embed code uses JavaScript, simply copying and pasting the embed code seen on edshelf will not work.

This widget gives you the next best thing: a shortcode for your blog posts and pages that will automatically embed the edshelf widget for you.

If you know PHP, a template tag is also available.

I only see one widget. Is that it?

Yes, edshelf only has one widget so far. More will be coming. Stay tuned!

How tall can I make the widget?

As tall as you want!

How can I set the width of the widget?

We don't offer that option yet, but the widget will automatically stretch to 100% of whatever space you put it in - so if you know HTML and CSS, you can just set the width of the parent container holding this widget.

Can I embed more than one widget to a page?

Yes! Embed as many as you would like.

Is this widget available in other languages?

Sorry, not yet. We do intend to offer multiple language support in the future though.

Where can I go for more help?

If you need additional assistance, email us at support@edshelf.com.

Requires: 2.9 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.2.2
Last Updated: 2015-6-24
Active Installs: 50+

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