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Where Can I Find


If you are running a website for expats in a particular city/region this can be a valuable tool for people who are looking for those little (or big) items that will make their lives easier. Designed with the idea of driving traffic to expat sites using user-generated content. That’s the idea in a nutshell.

The list displays 3 columns of information. The first column is a category (which can be customized) the second is an item name and the third is the location.
The item name and location can also display optional information via a tooltip that is activated if the optional information is entered.
This list is displayed by putting the shortcode [wcifsearch] in a page or post. This plugin was designed with the intention of having no other content
within the page or post that displays the list, but other content should work just fine.


Easy method:


Download the ‘Where Can I Find’ plugin.


In your WordPress Administration, go to Plugins > Add New > Upload, and select the plugin ZIP file.


Click ‘Install Now’ Button.


Activate the plugin.


Rejoice at your newfound super powers that allow you to build a handy-dandy listing of goods and services for your locale.

Advanced method:

If you’re an advanced user you probably have a good handle on plugin installation. Use your favorite method.


There have never been any questions about this plugin, but I have a hypothetical one that you may be interested in:

I’m using this plugin, it’s a lifesaver and I really like it. How can I ever pay you back?

Answer 1. Linkback to me! with anchor text: Global Travel!

Answer 2. Hire me for your WordPress customizations.

Contributors & Developers

“Where Can I Find” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

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  • 22 Sep 2011
  • Another bugfix (line 101, wherecanifind.php in_array arguments reversed)


  • 22 Sep 2011
  • Bug fixes (I hope)


  • 22 Sep 2011
  • Fixing Errors, I’ll figure this svn thing out sooner or later


  • 10 Sep 2011
  • Packaged missing files with this version. Sorry 🙁


  • 05 Sep 2011
  • GPL2 license added