This plugin enables you to add various part of your LinkedIn profile to your WordPress blog.
<br/>tags introduced in the middle of HTML
<img>tags containing line breaks
esc_urlin the templates.
wp-contentfolder instead of your theme's folder. No need to create a child theme anymore or have the templates overwritten when you update your theme.
LI_DEBUGvariable. Set that define to
wp-config.phpfile and debug information will be printed by the plugin as HTML comments (especially usefull when debugging customized templates).
li_pictureshortcode that enables you to print the original profile picture.
Network Updatestemplate that was messing up the update text.
esc_urlin templates when printing links.
wpautopwhen printing recommendations text.
languages:(language,proficiency)in the list of fields to activate it.
trueto see what template file is used. The file path will be printed inside an HTML comment just before the template output.
trueotherwise they are printed as HTML comments.
linkedin_oauthtokento enable extensions to override the LinkedIn API oauth token.
linkedin_templateto enable extensions to override the template to be used.
wp_enqueue_scriptto templates for more flexibility.
WP_DEBUGis turned on (allows for having a dev environment without the access token being invalidated each time you switch).
readme.txtfile to move some details from the "Installation" page to the "Description" page.
pre-wrapin the stylesheet to using
nl2brin templates in order to better preserve the text formatting.
clear: noneon recommendations
blockquoteotherwise the scroller might not work.
fieldattribute to the
[li_profile]shortcode to override the list from the settings and enable having several different profiles.
intervalattribute to the shortcode and the widget to control the scroller's speed.
Requires: 2.7 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.6
Last Updated: 4 weeks ago
Active Installs: 6,000+
0 of 2 support threads in the last two months have been marked resolved.
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