Tumblr Widget
[resolved] Zero documentation for integration. Please help! (3 posts)

  1. jvanderbilt
    Posted 3 years ago #


    I'm maintaining a website in WordPress and just installed and activated this plugin. Now I'm completely lost as to what to do to integrate this thing. I don't see anything in my "Settings" tab in WordPress, so I went to the Developers tab of this very plugin hoping to find an answer, and it's a joke -- there's nothing that lets me know how to integrate this widget onto a page.. I should probably mention that I do happen to be a WordPress n00b, but at the same time I know my way around code (js and php) very well, and my programming mind tells me that I need some code to drop on my page in order for this Tumblr feed to magically appear. So what is it I'm missing? If anyone can tell me the script/code I need to drop on the page or some additional integration steps, I would greatly appreciate it.

    It would be great if you could update the integration documentation... because it's severely lacking right now.. Thanks in advance.


  2. jvanderbilt
    Posted 3 years ago #

    I think i figured it out.. It seems my theme is just incompatible with widgets... so I guess that'll do it, huh?

    There's no script or anything that I can just drop onto the page, you know, like a normal website that's not built in WordPress? Sorry, it's just that I'm new to WordPress and so far, I've constantly felt like my hands are tied behind my back... #OneUnhappyProgrammer

  3. gabrielroth
    Plugin Author

    Posted 3 years ago #

    You probably want to "widgetize" the part of your theme where you want the Tumblr stuff to appear. Google something like "WordPress widgetize sidebar" for instructions.

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