Add random quotes with image to your WordPress blog with this widget.
Install XmasB Quotes directly from the WordPress admin: 1. Visit the Plugins/Add New page and search for 'XmasB Quotes'. 1. Click to install. 1. Activate the plugin 1. Add the widget to your sidebar.
1. Download and unzip the plugin from 'http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/xmasb-quotes/'.
1. Upload directory
xmasb_quotes to the
1. Activate the plugin
1. Add the widget to your sidebar.
By deault the plugin looks for an image in the folder named "images" with a name that matches the author, eg. if the author is "Bart", the plugin will look for "bart.gif". If an image is found it is used, else the quotes is shown without an image or default image if specified.
Add, edit and delete quotes under Edit - XmasB Quotes.
The options for each quote:
Quote - The actual quote.
Author - The author of the quote. This is optional.
Image - The image to be used. If left blank, the name of the author will be used to search for an image.
Visible - Set this to "No" if you want to hide a quote without deleting it.
Set more general options in the XmasB quotes page under Options in your dashboard.
Show Images - Uncheck this to disable images.
Default image - If specified this image will be used if no image is found for author or specified image for quote. If extension for default image is not specified, the plugin looks for png, jpg, jpeg and gif images, in that order. Show link to author - Shows a link to XmasB.com and my plugin in the widget. Turn off if you want to.
The title for the widget can be edited directly in the Widget:
Title - The title to show with the Widget. Default is XmasB Quotes.
There is a shortcut for adding quotes almost anywhere you want: "[XmasBRandomQuote]".
Take a look at the FAQ if you have any questions, or check out the infopage on XmasB.com.. Most questions are solved in the comment section.
Requires: 2.0.2 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.3.2
Last Updated: 5 years ago
Active Installs: 800+
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