Adds a shortcode to display Pinboard.in bookmarks in your content, widgets, or templates. Public feeds can be filtered by usernames or tags.
The URL patterns for public bookmarks look like this:
You can filter bookmarks by combining a username with tags:
You can filter bookmarks by up to three tags:
Please note that the URL must begin with
- description: Whether to show of hide the description of the bookmark. Default ‘show’.
- tags: Whether to show of hide the tags of the bookmark. Default ‘show’.
- date: Whether to show of hide the date of the bookmark. Default ‘show’.
- user: Whether to show of hide the username of the bookmark. Default ‘show’.
- count: The number of bookmarks to display (max: 400). Default 20.
- orderby: How to sort the bookmarks. Accepts ‘title’, ‘date’, or ‘random’. Default ‘date’.
[wp_pinboard description=”show” tags=”show” user=”show” date=”show” count=”20″ orderby=”date”]https://pinboard.in/u:username/[/wp_pinboard]
Text Widget Example:
You can print bookmarks using a text widget like so:
You can also print bookmarks directly in a template like so:
This section describes how to install the plugin and get it working.
- Upload the
wp-pinboard/directory to the
- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
- Does this plugin cache the list of bookmarks?
Yes, lists are cached for one hour. If necessary, you can manually refresh a list of bookmarks. Adding a get variable (
?wppb-refresh=1) to the URL of a page will refresh the cache of any lists of bookmarks on that particular page.
Contributors & Developers
“WP Pinboard” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.Contributors
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- First release.