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TDisplays links from, Technorati, Reddit, Digg and TailRank that is relevant to the current category of your blog. Eg: Your visitor browses the ‘humor’ category of your blog; the links will come from “” and so on. This means that you do not have to change any code for each specific category.


  1. Download plugin
  2. Upload it to wp-content/plugins
  3. Navigate to Plugins page and activate
  4. Place code in the category.php file of your current theme, where you want the links displayed.
  5. You’re done!
  • For links: <?php Delicious(10,false,false); ?>
  • For Technorati links: <?php Technorati(10,false,false); ?>
  • For Reddit links: <?php Reddit(10,false,false); ?>
  • For Digg links: <?php Digg(10,false,false); ?>
  • For TailRank lnks: <?php TailRank(10,false,false); ?>

Parameters Within the brackets, the first value specifies how many links you want to display, the second one specifies whether you want to display descriptions or not, and the third one truncates the title.


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