This is a simple WordPress plug-in aimed at giving credit where credit is due.
I am talking about those wonderful plug-in creators who make our life easier, allowing us to do wonderful things without any knowledge of php. After completing my website I felt I had to thanks those people and quote them somewhere. This plug-in lists all the plugins you are using. The plugin can inserts a simple html list into any post/page.
Plugins List allows to insert a simple list of your plugins into you posts and pages through a shortcode. If you’re into customisation, you can specify a format argument and indicate the exact data you are after. There’s also an option to display also inactive plugins.
Click here to download Plugins List.
Upload the plugin to your wp-content/plugins folder and activate it.
At the simplest, you can use plugins list this way:
You can customise the output specifying the
format argument. Here’s an example:
The placeholders are:
#LinkedAuthor#. I guess their meaning is self evident.
If, for some obscure reason (I cannot think of any), you want to list also the plug-ins you have installed but are not using, here’s the formula:
The plugins list can be freely styled with css, just place any class or id attribute on the
format string, or on the elements surrounding it.
For a demo of Plugins list, check my credits page.
This plug-in is free. You can use its code for whatever purpose comes to your mind, as long as you respect the GPL license.
The plugin is currently released ‘as-is’, but feel free to signal any problem commenting this page. I’ll be happy to do my best to solve it.