Display a link-list or link-slider in a post or page by using a shortcode.
The purpose of this plugin is to to show the wordpress integrated links in a list or a slider by using a shortcode or a widget.
- the shortcode [linkview] can be used to add the links in a post or page
- the widget "LinkView" can be used to add links in a sidebar
- the links can be displayed in a list or in a slider
- there are many options available to adjust the output of the links (see shortcode options in the "About LinkView" page)
- the image of the link can also be displayed
- option to set additional css styles for the link-lists and link-sliders
- the required user roles to edit links can be adjusted in the settings page
If you want to follow the development status have a look at the git-repository on github.
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The easiest version of installing is to go to the admin page. There you can install new plugins in the menu Plugins -> Add new. Search for "Link View" and press "Install now".
If you want to install the plugin manually download the zip-file and extract the files into your wp-content/plugins folder.
- added option to set required user role to manage links
- added option to set required capabilities to view LinkView-About page
- some small changes in option handling
- changed plugin dir structure
- some internal code changes
- splitted admin page in about and settings page
- some css improvements
- fixed required privilegs to show admin page and to edit css styles
- added shortcode attribute num_links to limit the number of displayed links
- changed shortcode attribute link_order to lowercase (using uppercase letters is still working)
- added info message after changing the css settings
- don't use name as link item default when a not available item was choosen
- added tooltips for widget options on admin page
- Added new attributes "list_orderby" and "list_order"
- Reorganized some css styles
- Use ascending list ids instead of random number
- Internal code changes
- Changed admin page layout and help texts
- Splitted attributes table on admin page into different sections
- Added attributes "css_suffix" and "link_items"
- Added option "css for linkview"
- Fixed target in links
- Fixed html-code for defining image size
- Enable link manager (required for Wordpress 3.5)
- Include Wordpress 3.5 in version information
- Fixed queue of jquery which is required for the slider (in the old version the bad inclusion can cause issues with themes or other plugins that uses jquery)
- Fixed all php-warnings
- Added attribute "exclude_cat"
- Added help text for LinkView widget
- Added widget to show shortcode with all options in a sidebar
- It is possible to have multiple slider on one site now
- Wordpress internal jquery script is used, the plugins jquery script is removed
- Renamed admin class to avoid conflicts with other plugins
- Added possibility to set multiple categories in attribute "cat_name"
- Changed sorting of categories to alphabetic order, if no cat_name is given
- Show link name and link description in tooltip text, when the mouse is over the link
- Added attributes "vertical_align" and "list_symbol"
- Added attributes "slider_pause" and "slider_speed"
- Fixed bug to show correct image size in image list
- Initial support to show the links in a slider
- Added attributes "view_type", "slider_width", "slider_height"
- Modified html-output of link list (use own function to render output for more flexibility)
- Added attributes "show_cat_name" and "target"
- Initial release
Is it possible to use the shortcode in a widget?
Yes, a widget especially for the use of the [linkview] shortcode is included in this plugin. Insert the widget LinkView in your sidebar and set all attributes you want to change in the appropriate field.
Is it possible to add multiple slider on one site?
Yes, since version 0.3.0 you can use as much sliders as you want on one site.
Can I call the shortcode directly via php e.g. for my own template, theme or plugin?
Yes, you can create an instance of the "SC_Linkview" class which located in "php/sc_linkview.php" in the plugin folder and call the function show_html($atts).With $atts you can specify all the shortcode attributes you require. Another possibility would be to call the wordpress function "do_shortcode()".