LinkList


LinkList

Description

LinkList adds a list of mentioned links at the end of the post, page or feed.

Note

This is an early version of Linklist. Please report any bugs to info@elektroelch.de.

Installation

  1. Download the plugin and unzip it.
  2. Upload the folder changelogger/ to your /wp-content/plugins/ folder.
  3. Activate the plugin from your WordPress admin panel.
  4. Installation finished.

Settings

LinkList provides a varitey of settings to tweak the list to your needs. The settings are devided into three parts (posts, pages and feeds).

General settings

Here you can define if the linklist should be display on posts, pages and/or feeds at all.

Posts settings

  • Content to put in front of list
    Text to be displayed in front of the linklist
  • Style of list
    You can choose between three different styles:

    • Ordered list:
      1. link
      2. link
      3. link
      4. …
    • Unordered list
      * link
      * link
      * link
      * …
    • – Char separated list
      link, link, link, link

    The separating character is defined in „Separator character(s)“

  • Separating character(s)
    Character(s) used to separate the links if „char separated list“ is chosen above.
  • Minimum links
    Minimum number of links mentioned in the post for the list to be displayed.
  • Sorting
    Sort the links alphabetically. This function has an issue with international characters (e.g.
    German umlauts).
  • More tag
    Prevents the display of the link list on the main blog page.
  • Single post
    Prevents the display of the link list on the main blog page.
  • Last page only
    If you have devided your post into several parts using <!–nextpage–> the link list is only displayed on the lsat page.
    This list will contain all links of the post. If the list is displayed at the end of every part only the links of that
    part are displayed. The settings of „Minimum links“ applies to every part separately.

Pages settings

  • Content to put in front of list
    Text to be displayed in front of the linklist
  • Style of list
    You can choose between three different styles:

    • Ordered list:
      1. link
      2. link
      3. link
      4. …
    • – Unordered list
      * link
      * link
      * link
      * …
    • – Char separated list
      link, link, link, link

    The separating character is defined in „Separator character(s)“

  • Separating character(s)
    Character(s) used to separate the links if „char separated list“ is chosen above.
  • Minimum links
    Minimum number of links mentioned in the post for the list to be displayed.
  • Sorting
    Sort the links alphabetically. This function has an issue with international characters (e.g.
    German umlauts).
  • Last page only
    If you have devided your post into several parts using <!–nextpage–> the link list is only displayed on the last page.
    This list will contain all links of the post. If the list is displayed at the end of every part only the links of that
    part are displayed. The settings of „Minimum links“ applies to every part separately.

Feed settings

  • Content to put in front of list
    Text to be displayed in front of the linklist
  • Style of list
    You can choose between three different styles:

    • Ordered list:
      1. link
      2. link
      3. link
      4. …
    • Unordered list
      * link
      * link
      * link
      * …
    • Char separated list
      link, link, link, link
    • The separating character is defined in „Separator character(s)“

  • Separating character(s)
    Character(s) used to separate the links if „char separated list“ is chosen above.
  • Minimum links
    Minimum number of links mentioned in the post for the list to be displayed.
  • Sorting
    Sort the links alphabetically. This function has an issue with international characters (e.g.
    German umlauts).
  • Styling LinkList

    You can style the link list with CSS:

    
    

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Credits

  • Joost de Valk (Yoast) for his plugin tools (yst_plugin_tools.php). http://yoast.com/

Changelog

v0.1

  • Initial release (15 AUG 2009)

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