Integrates Pinterest and it's different assets and goodies with your WordPress site.
How can I display Pin-it button on my WordPress site? Make use of WP Pinterest Options to set the Pin-it button on your WordPress posts, pages and excerpts.
Can I use any shortcode to display the Pin-it button? Yes. You can use shortcode [pinit] to display the Pin-it button inside a post, page or a widget. The shortcode [pinit] displays Pin-it button with no-count by default. But you can control the Pin-it button layout from the shortcode this way: [pinit layout="horizontal | vertical | none"].
What if I want to display Pin-it button through my Theme directly? Can I use a PHP function supported by the plugin to do so?
<?php echo wp_pinterest_pin_it_button('horizontal | vertical | none'); ?> function in your WordPress theme to display Pin-it button via PHP.
Okay, how to display Pinterest follow button now? Go to WP Pinterest Options and set the Pinterest Follow button to appear on your WordPress posts, pages and excerpts.
Any shortcode for the Pinterest Follow button? Yes. Use the shortcode [pinme] to display the Follow button inside a post, page or a widget. Supply your username this way: [pinme username="your_pinterest_username"] The shortcode will display them small-red Pinterest Follow button by default. You can control the button's layout from the shortcode this way: [pinit username="your_pinterest_username" layout="large-white | medium-white | icon-white | tiny-white | large-red | medium-red | icon-red | tiny-red"].
Can I display Pinterest Follow button through a PHP function in my Theme?
<?php echo wp_pinterest_follow_button('your_pinterest_username', 'large-white | medium-white | icon-white | tiny-white | large-red | medium-red | icon-red | tiny-red'); ?> function in your WordPress theme to display the follow button via PHP.
How to use Pinboard widget? As simple as you use widgets on your WordPress. Just drag-drop the widget to your sidebar and input the required information. - Username field is required. Here, you should enter your Pinterest username. - Pinboard name field is optional. If you want to input a Pinboard name, go to your Pinboards on Pinterest, copy a board's name and put it in there. If you leave the Pinboard name field blank, the widget will automatically show your recent pins. - You can specify the width of your pins through Pin Width field, but it is completely optional. - Similarly, you can specify the height of pins in the Pin Height field, it is optional too. - Next field, the Maximum Pin Height field helps you to control the maximum width of your pins. Say if you have a very heighty image in your pins, you might utilize this field to specify a height limit for such pins. Optional. = NOTE: Leave 'Pin Height' blank in order to use this attribute, since 'Pin Height' is already fixing the height of the pins, declaring Pin Maximum Height will be of no use, if you're already using 'Pin Height' field. - With the next option, You can show / hide Pin Description to appear with Pins in the Pinboard. Pin description is shown by default. - In the next option, you can show a Pinterest Follow button or 'More Pins' link beneath your Pinboard. This is also an optional field. If left blank, the icon-text-white i.e. small-white Pinterest icon with text "More Pins" will be shown. - Last option lets you specify the number of columns for the Pinboard. While using more than single column, adjust 'Pin Width' to get the best layout for your pinboard.
Can I display the Pinboard through a shortcode? Yes. The shortcode [pinboard] lets you display the Pinboard inside a post, page or a text widget. Use the Pinboard shortcode this way: [pinboard username="your_pinterest_username" pinboard="your_pinboard_name" pins="number_of_pins_to_show" pinwidth="width_of_a_pin(optional)" pinheight="height_of_a_pin(optional)" pinmaxheight="maximum-height-of-a-pin(optional)" title="0|1" link="large-white | medium-white | icon-white | tiny-white | large-red | medium-red | icon-red | tiny-red | text-icon-white | text-icon-red" columns="number_of_columns_pinboard_should_have"]
What's the PHP function to show the Pinboard?
Use this function to show the Pinboard through PHP:
<?php echo wp_pinterest_pinboard('your_pinterest_username', 'your_pinboard_name', 'number_of_pins_to_show', 'width_of_a_pin', 'height_of_a_pin', 'maximum-height-of-a-pin', '0|1', 'large-white | medium-white | icon-white | tiny-white | large-red | medium-red | icon-red | tiny-red | icon-text-white | icon-text-red', 'number_of_columns_pinboard_should_have'); ?>
In case you want to skip an option in the function, leave the option blank, i.e.
<?php echo wp_pinterest_pinboard('your_pinterest_username', '', 'number_of_pins_to_show', '', '', '', '0|1', 'large-white | medium-white | icon-white | tiny-white | large-red | medium-red | icon-red | tiny-red | text-icon-white | text-icon-red', 'number_of_columns_pinboard_should_have'); ?>
Requires: 3.1 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.4.2
Last Updated: 4 years ago
Active Installs: 2,000+
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