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mojoLive Profile Widget



This plugin is developed on GitHub at here
If you have any issues, would like to contribute or have feature requests please do it there.




  • This is an example of the mojoLive profile widget on the default twentyeleven theme.


  1. Upload mojolive-wordpress-plugin to /wp-content/plugins/
  2. Add the “mojoLive Profile Widget” to your sidebar
  3. Enter your mojolive username into the widget settings


This looks weird on my blog

I have made my best attempt to make this widget look good on the default templates that ship with WordPress.
Still, you might need to tweak the css to make things look just right.

Take a look at {mojolive_widget_install_dir}/css/widget.css

I’ve noticed that some templates will tend to conflict with the css in the widget. Careful use of the !important tag might help here.

How does it work?

Well it’s pretty simple actually. Mojolive has a public API that offers access to any users public profile data.
Once the sidebar is rendered the first time, it is cached for about 1200 seconds or until your edit the widget settings again.

Contributors & Developers

“mojoLive Profile Widget” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.




  • README.txt fixes


  • Initial Release