Plugin that allows you to automatically add favicons to your blog's links.
Noio Iconized Bookmarks has 3 functions:
Upon activation there is a function available that works just like WordPress' built-in
wp_list_bookmarks. The function is called
list_iconized_bookmarks(), and it takes the same arguments as the original. The function takes images from the link_image field of each link. The images are displayed in front of the link, with
class="favicon", and it is up to the user to define a proper style.
There is also a replacement Links widget available, to get iconized bookmarks into your blogroll. This widget has one option, which is the arguments string, with the same arguments that are passed to
Iconizing might be a bit of a stupid name, but what this function does is add favicon-URLs to each of your links' image fields! So you can just add a bunch of links to your blogroll, then run the plugin, and all favicons will be correctly set. You can start the plugin from the N.I.B. (Noio Iconized Bookmarks) panel in the settings panel.
Requires: 2.8 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.0.5
Last Updated: 2011-2-20
Active Installs: 70+
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