Udorami.com is a social list site. Lists can be built by a single
user or a group. Lists can be public or group viewable. The groups
that build the list can be different from the groups that can view
the lists. Public lists can be embedded in WordPress websites using
this plugin. The lists can be displayed in several different style,
from a compact text only to masonry grids. Note: udorami-lists
uses the Salvattore masonry library.
See js/LICENSE for further information.
- Prerequites: you need to have a Udorami account.
- Upload the plugin files to the
or install the plugin through the WordPress plugins screen directly.
- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
- Settings->Udorami Lists – Add your API_Key to configure the plugin.
This can be found in on the My Account page in the Udorami tool.
Can we view a private list?
Not at this point in time. We may have a bridge between WordPress
accounts and Udorami accounts in the future.
How do I configure the plugin?
Login to Udorami, View your account. There is a unique API Key generated
for each Udorami customer. Grab the API Key, login to your WordPress
site as an admin. Select “Configure Udorami” under settings and paste
the API Key in.
How do I show a list?
When viewing a list on the Udorami site you’ll notice the list number
on the URL: http://www.udorami.com/wish_lists/view/
While editing a post or page you can add a short code to view any
[ udorami_list list= ]
Are there other options?
Yes, when you configure the plugin with your API key you will find
additional documentation on other available options for the plugin.
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Contributors & Developers
“Udorami Lists” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.Contributors
Added nodescr option to go with the new list layout option.
Refactored for easier maintenance. Tested for newest version of WordPress.
Added two new layouts, masonry with pictures only and a more compact
list for widget areas or pages of links.
Tested with WP 5.1.1 and Gutenberg. It works!
DIVI has made the fix in 1.3.5 not work as they appear to be enqueuing
another version of Salvattore regardless of whether it’s needed or not,
even on a non-builder page. Sigh. So, I’ve modified Salvattore to use
a different data- name. Instead of data-columns, we’re using
data-umicolumns. This should prevent the conflict. I’m including the
original Salvattore version as well as a modified one so a diff can
show what’s been changed easily if somone needs to upgrade the version
of Salvattore in this plugin. Unlikely as it hasn’t been upgraded in
two years, but who knows.
In addition I solved the case where an item will drop to the bottom
of the column because there isn’t enough width in the area it’s being
rendered in. This was due to a small padding I added between columns.
Using percentages now instead of pixels.
Only enqueue the js/css if the shortcode is actually on the page.
This helps with the conflict issue with the DIVI blog module (grid mode)
Added some better error handling when is_wp_error is true.
Fixing up plugin to indicate udorami.com the company owns the plugin
Running with WP_DEBUG produces some issues, these are fixed.
Getting ready to submit the plugin to the WP repository.
Added notitle, and nolink options.
Notitle – don’t show the list name
Nolink – don’t link back to an internal Udorami list.
- Minor bug fixes
- Become responsive in the masonry grid
- Added a masonry grid layout
- Initial version.