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HashLibs

Description

Display hashed URL values in your page content using simple shortcode. Ex. Visit josh.dvvvvvvvv.com/#name=Bob – replace ‘Bob’ with anything else for a different result.

Installation

  1. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
  2. Use the plugin’s shortcode [echo-hash param_name] in the content of your pages and posts, replacing ‘param_name’ with the name of the parameter you wish to display.
  3. Use hashes in your URL to display their value in the page.

For instance, if your page URL is http://mysite.com/page/#name=John Doe/age=43, then ‘John Doe’ will be displayed wherever [echo-hash name] is inserted, and ’43’ will be displayed wherever [echo-hash age] is inserted.

Ex. Visit josh.dvvvvvvvv.com/#name=Josh or josh.dvvvvvvvv.com/#name=Josh/salutation=Mr. – replace ‘Josh’ or ‘Mr.’ with anything else for a different result. My WordPress page content is simply: Hi [echo-hash salutation] [echo-hash name] – you can replace ‘salutation’ or ‘name’ with anything else and place as many as you like anywhere in your content that you like.

FAQ

What is this for?

To make magic happen.

Contributors & Developers

“HashLibs” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

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Changelog

0.5

  • Created.