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.
If you or a designer wish to show just one Plurk, in another part of your theme you may do the following:
<?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.
*. 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!
- Daniel Santos [his blog](http://danielsantos.org/”The Back-up Brain Weblog”)
- 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
This section describes how to install the plugin and get it working.
- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
- Go to Settings, Plurkolate to set your username, nickname, language, and coloring choices
<?php plurkolate(); ?>in your templates
- 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.