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Gregarious is the ultimate social bookmarking plugin. Everything is configurable. Share link, Digg button, stats, FeedFlare, LiveSearch and more.

Template Tags

Gregarious provides various avenues for template for theme / template designers to make use of. Tags are distributed in the individual modules as follows:

Digg button

  • digg_button() - displays a dynamic Digg-style button with the number of Diggs.

Digg extra

  • dugg_posts() - displays a HTML list of the most recent Dugg posts
  • dugg_posts_count() - displays the number of posts in total that have been Dugg

Reddit button

  • reddit_button() - displays a dynamic Reddit button

Share This

  • share_this() - displays a Share This link to submit post to social sites

Feedburner FeedFlare

  • feed_flare() displays the FeedFlare as defined in the Feedburner settings


  • post_badge() - displays content as defined in the PostBadge section of the Gregarious options page (appended to the post by default)

All the template tags are extremely customizable and take a whole range of parameters, but for brevity, they are omitted from this guide. A full documentation is in the works. You can see the progress at the official website.

Module development

It is possible, and very easy, for developers wishing to add functionality to Gregarious to develop a module. Modules follow a standard protocol so they can be developed in minutes. Documentation is still in the works, but an easy way to extend Gregarious while it's being written is to look at how the existing modules are written and follow on from there.

Support is always available - just post a comment at the official website.

Compatible up to: 2.2
Last Updated: 9 years ago
Active Installs: 60+


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