Collaborative bibliography management for authors in WordPress.
Enhanced Bibliplug creates a central repository for researchers to organize and display their academic work either individually or in a collaborative environment. This plugin is designed to synchronize with Zotero accounts.
Key features include:
References can be displayed on any post/page using short code bibliplug.
displays a single reference.
displays references by author/editor last name.
displays references by author/editor first name.
displays all books.
displays all references under category chapter7.
displays all references with tag biology.
displays all references published in 2008.
displays references with abstracts. Default is 'normal'.
[bibliplug keywords='biology, genome']
displays references with any given keywords.
[bibliplug order_by='last_name, year-, title']
displays references first ordered by first author's last name, then by publish year in descending order, then by title. You can also sort by first_name (first author's first name), date (publication date), and type (publication type). By default, text fields are sorted alphabatically from A-Z, dates are sorted from oldest to newest, and numbers are sorted from small to big. To invert the sorting order of a field, add "-" at the end of the field name to indicate that the field should be sorted in descending order.
You can mix-match any arguments except:
Other than types shown in the drop down box when editing a reference, there are two super types you can use.
All references are shown in Chicago Style Author-Date System.
Author list can be displayed on any post/page using short code bibliplug_authors.
display a single user by its user id.
displays all users with user info and bio.
displays all users with user info.
displays all users with profile pictures.
Note: You can use id and format in the same short code instance.
phpZotero version 0.2 by Jeremy Boggs, Sean Takats.