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ReverbNation Widgets

Description

This plugin allows you to embed music players, video
players, email collectors, show schedules, and all other ReverbNation
widgets on your blog’s posts, pages, or sidebars. Embedding is done
simply and efficiently, by the use of the [reverbnation] shortcode.
You can easily generate the widget code via the Widgets section of
your ReverbNation Control Room. Once created, simply paste it anywhere
on your blog for instant widget action!

Syntax and currently supported options

Simply use the [reverbnation]widget_url_here[/reverbnation] shortcode
where you want the widget to display.

Support

For support with the installation or use of this plugin, please email
us at support@reverbnation.com . Also, you can leave a comment on our
support portal at http://support.reverbnation.com .

Screenshots

  • A TuneWidget is an entire artist profile wrapped in to one.
  • The Player widget showcases your music
  • The FanCollector widget allows you to easily add fans to your FanReach mailing list

Installation

  1. Copy the reverbnation-widgets directory into directory /wp-content/plugins/
  2. Activate the plugin within the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress;
  3. Log in to your ReverbNation Control Room to generate your [reverbnation] widget code
  4. Use the [reverbnation] widget code in your posts, pages, and sidebars

FAQ

When will this plugin be available on wordpress.com?

ReverbNation is working to make this shortcode become available on
wordpress.com, but as yet there is no word on when this will happen.

I get an error saying “Invalid ReverbNation widget url”

Make sure you use the Widget section of your Control Room to generate the [reverbnation]
widget code. Once generated, you can paste the code wherever you want to use

Contributors & Developers

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

Contributors

Changelog

2.0

  • Moved to url instead of attributes
  • Migrated functionality to oEmbed for simplicity