Allows you to import a Tumblr into any widgetized area of a WordPress blog.
Tumblr Widget allows you to display the contents of a Tumblr in any widget-enabled area of your WordPress blog. You can import all Tumblr posts, or only those posts with a specified tag, or specify certain categories (photo, link, quotation, etc.) to display.
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Title: The title you want to appear above the Tumblr on your WordPress page. Leave blank if you like.
Your Tumblr: The URL of the Tumblr you want to import. It doesn't have to contain 'tumblr.com'. Leave off the 'http://' at the beginning.
Tag to show: Enter a single tag to display only posts with that tag. Leave blank to show all Tumblr posts.
Tag to hide: Enter a single tag to hide all posts with that tag.
Maximum number of posts to display: This number is a maximum, as the text suggests.
Link title to Tumblr: Turns the widget title into a link to your Tumblr's URL. If you don't enter a title in the title field, you won't get a link.
Link to each post on Tumblr: When checked, this displays the date of the Tumblr post, linking the date to the original post on the Tumblr site.
Images link to Tumblr post: By default, images in photo posts link to a large image file. When this box is checked, they link to the Tumblr post instead.
Add inline CSS padding: Adds a CSS style rule adding 8 pixels of padding above and below each Tumblr post. Disable to prevent it messing up your own CSS.
Set video width: Resizes videos to help them fit in your theme. Enter a value in pixels. 50px is the minimum. Height will be adjusted automatically in proportion to the width you choose.
Show: Include or exclude different post types in the feed.
Photo size: Tumblr provides each photo in six different sizes. Whichever size you choose to display, the image links to the 1,280-pixel version.
Requires: 2.8 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.2.1
Last Updated: 2015-4-21
Active Installs: 8,000+
3 of 4 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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