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Plurkolate

Description

Plurkolate gets your Plurks and puts them in a readable format on your blog. It uses the says/is/thinks… tags you know and love.

Advanced Installation

If you or a designer wish to show just one Plurk, in another part of your theme you may do the following:

*. Place <?php plurkolate(1, false); ?> in your templates

The syntax for this advanced feature is plurkolate(NUMBER, TRUE/FALSE); Where NUMBER is the amount of plurks you wish to show, and TRUE/FALSE indicates if you wish to have comments shown.

Latest Features

*. Can now be called anywhere in your theme… Will show 10 plurks, without comments.
*. Updated verbs for English… it’s like a never ending game of catch up until they release an API!

Contributors

  • Daniel Santos [his blog](http://danielsantos.org/”The Back-up Brain Weblog”)
  1. Added the language framework (specifically for Portugese Brazilian).

* Tamar Weinber her blog for typos and feature ideas.
* toxidlotus — for spotting bug when showing less than ALL plurks

Screenshots

  • An example of Plurkolate in action.

Installation

This section describes how to install the plugin and get it working.

  1. Upload plurkolate.php to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
  3. Go to Settings, Plurkolate to set your username, nickname, language, and coloring choices
  4. Place <?php plurkolate(); ?> in your templates

FAQ

What languages does Plurkolate handle?

English, Brazilian Portugese, French, and German

What about language XXX?

Send us an email and we’ll work on adding it… or add it yourself and send us a patch or a copy of your modified plugin.

Contributors & Developers

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

Contributors

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Interested in development?

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