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Inline Google Docs

This plugin allows you to embed Google Document/Spreadsheet content in posts and pages using shortcode.


  1. Capability to embed single cell added
  2. Capability to import stylesheets from user-specified directory added
  3. Bug caused by WordPress URL fixed
  4. Document styling added
  5. Custom classes for documents and spreadsheets added
  6. Other minor bug fixes


  1. Critical fix for "Zend not found"


  1. Zend library reduced
  2. Support for WPMU added
  3. Migrated to v2.7, implemented Settings API
  4. Tablesorter functionality added (blue skin included)
  5. Error handling improved
  6. Links within plugin modified, folder name may now be changed by user


  1. Improved error and exception management
  2. Support for Google Apps
  3. Document images enabled
  4. File permissions corrected for improved security
  5. Additional class for tr and td to allow alternating (zebra) styling


  1. Easier table styling implemented.
  2. Improved CSS selectors: rows are now selected by class instead of id.
  3. Helper panel added to post/page form.
  4. Custom headings implemented.


  1. Caching facility added
  2. And other general debugging and code cleaning


  1. Contents of Google Documents are now housed in a <div> instead of a <p>
  2. All div's and tables generated by GDocs belong to the gdocs class
  3. All div's and tables generated by GDocs have unique id's corresponding to their document id, prefixed by gdocs_
  4. Column headings for Spreadsheets are now displayed
  5. All cells are class'ed according to their respective columns e.g. all cells in the first column belong to the class col_0
  6. All rows are given unique id's e.g. the first row has the id row_0
  7. Due to above, if you wish to style the cell at (8,4), simply use tr#row_3 td.col_7 as the CSS selector
  8. Improved error handling
  9. And other general debugging and code cleaning

Requires: 2.5 or higher
Compatible up to: 2.8.3
Last Updated: 8 years ago
Active Installs: 100+


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