This plugin enables you to add various part of your LinkedIn profile to your WordPress blog.
This was quick and easy to install, and with a little updating of the CSS (very particular to how things look on my site), I had my LinkedIn full profile showing on my resume page perfectly.
My only suggestion would be with the scrolling recommendation short code. I wanted to have them span the entire width of the DIV they were placed in, but, when set to 100%, they were over 30,000 pixels wide. Setting a width based on pixels does not work when your site is responsive. For now, I just removed this function.
Perfecto para integrar en tu página basada en wordpress tu perfil profesional de Linkedin.
Aunque pueda parecer un poco complicado lo de la API y así de Linkedin que necesita este plugin las instrucciones te permiten hacerlo fácilmente.
Por cierto, este plugin hace que según la ley europea de cookies haya que avisar de que tu página web contiene cookies de Linkedin.
Got what I wanted!
Needed to do some CSS work for my install, but plugin is easy enough to decipher. Thanks for this!
It's easy to use. Most of the linkedin profile data can be shown by using this plugin, except the personal projects.
It was easy to get the plugin working and looks good using IE9 and Chrome 33.0.1750.117m on a PC. It does not appear to work on my Android 4.2.2 Galaxy Nexus.
Does exactly what I want - brings in my full LinkedIn profile to show on the about page for a bio/resume page.
Styling is nice and elegant that comes along with it, nice default style that uses a bit of the linkedin feel.
I found some main typography styles from my theme did not cascade into the markup due to lack of using "p" tags within the content for the plugin.
Installation is a breeze because all you need to do is copy the needed short code after you've made the LinkedIn app. Works with 3.5.1.
A suggestion would be to be able to change the color of the recommendations but other then that. Great little plugin!
Great work Claude Vedovini!
I voted and favorited for this! But, like the previous comment, support for different LinkedIn Profile languages is most appreciated. I checked the workaround on the forum adding other language prefixes like en-US, but couldn't find the code snippet in question. Assume you are already working on it? :-) Thumbs up!
Could add support to add different LinkedIn profiles on different pages.