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Get your plurk

Description

  • Cache the plurk to a static page, you don’t need to read fetch feed every time.
  • Display each plurk’s link and post time (or not).
  • Widget support.
  • Externel CSS file.

TODO

  • fetch other’s people plurk and integrated with yours

Screenshots

  • /tags/1.1.3/screenshot-1.png

Installation

  • Put the “get-your-plurk” folder to plugin folders.
  • Make a cache folder like /wp-content/cache/ if the cache folder is not exists.
  • add a cache file named “cache.tmp”, now you have a cache file like: “wp-content/cache/gyp-cache.tmp”
  • chmod the “gyp-cahce.tmp” file permission to writable (chmod 666 cache.tmp).
  • active the plugin.

** command:
** cd /wp-content
** mkdir cache
** cd cahce
** touch gyp-cache.tmp
** chmod 777 gyp-cache.tmp

Contributors & Developers

“Get your plurk” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

Changelog

  • 1.1.3 – display username or not, move the cache file path, some code improve.
  • 1.1.1 – fix some css problem.
  • 1.1.0 – plurk looks and feel, and localization config file support. remove the “show link option”.
  • 1.0.5 – fix some readme error and default options.
  • 1.0.0 – first release.