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  • Plugin Author inapan

    (@inapan)

    Hi socialink,
    Could you try to be more specific?
    Perry

    I think what he mean is to create a separate page for your plugin and add a short code such as [post_widget] or <–post widget!> to call the post form on that page.

    I think what he mean is to create a separate page for your plugin and add a short code such as [post_widget] or <–post widget!> to call the post form on that page.

    don’t work

    Plugin Author inapan

    (@inapan)

    @all
    This weekend I tried two plugins to put a widget on a page:

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/widgets-on-pages/

    and

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/page-blocks/

    They both work very well together with the Quick Post Widget. As soon as I have figured out how to use a shortcode in a widget to put itself on a page with a shortcode, without the use of a separate plugin, I will build an option for that.

    For now, try for instance Widgets on Pages. Does the trick!

    inapan

    Plugin Author inapan

    (@inapan)

    @all

    Had a mail session with polkin. Works with Widgets on Pages.

    For those of you who want to put the Quick Post Widget on a page, here is a step-by-step mini-guide:

    – Download the ‘Widgets on Pages’ plugin: http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/widgets-on-pages/ (can be done from your site)
    – Install the plugin (can be done form your site)
    – Activate the plugin (can be done form your site)
    – Go to the Appearance – Widgets menu
    – On the right you see a ‘Widgets on Pages 1’ box
    – Drag the Quick Post Widget from the left to the ‘Widgets on Pages 1’ box on the right
    – Optionally configure the Quick Post Widget in the ‘Widgets on Pages 1’ box
    – Create a dedicated page and put in the page body only the shortcode [widgets_on_pages]
    – Publish the page
    – Optionally tune the appearance by changing some styles in the Quick Post Widget admin panel in the ‘Widgets on Pages 1’ box
    (for instance you may want to put ‘width: 200px’ in the ‘Captcha input’ and ‘Captcha image’ fields unders styles.

    As said, the are several other plugins to put a widget on a page.

    Good luck,
    inapan

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