Support » Plugin: DQ Bandcamp Library » Pain to Install

  • Most of it is simple but I can’t use as WP wont upload the theme in the theme directory, can’t find another way around this so ultimately it was pretty useless for me.

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  • Plugin Author DispQuals


    Hey Chatty, I’ve updated to version 1.5 with your comment in mind.

    I’ve removed the need for users to manually move and rename files; now you just need to copy the slug of the page you made, and paste it into a textbox on the Bandcamp Library admin page. The plugin will copy an appropriately named file to your active template directory.

    The plugin is running a check for the required file every time it is called, so the file should always be there, regardless of whether you change your template or not (a problem another user asked me about).

    Thanks for taking a look and rating my version 1.0.

    HI DispQual,

    I have installed your plugin – Bandcamp.

    Is it possible for your plugin to merge with our original theme of outside. So that, when we using your plugin , the look and feel of the site is in 1 look.

    For example: – this I used iframe to achieve this. No effective for friends (musicians) who does not knows html5, or music lovers).

    Hazman Aziz

    Plugin Author DispQuals


    Hi Hazman,

    That isn’t currently an option, but its a good suggestion so I will look into implementing it.

    Thanks for trying the plugin!

    Hi DispQual,

    Thank you for your up. It is a good plugin. I have managed to work around it by using iframes. But, for friends who are not inclince in html or codes, you might want to factor it.

    Overall good job! Try to make some link affilates between you plugin and bandcamp. You might earn something from that for yourself too.

    Hazman Aziz

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