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=== Wordpress Popular Posts === Contributors: Ikki24 Donate link: http://rauru.com/ Tags: popular, posts, widget, seo, wordpress Requires at least: 2.0.2 Tested up to: 2.6.2 Stable tag: 1.2 Adds a widget to show the most popular posts in your Wordpress blog. == Description == Wordpress Popular Posts is a sidebar widget to show the most popular posts in your blog. Many options has been included in it so you can customize it to your likings. Features: * Widget's title is by default **Popular Posts**. However, you can change it to whatever you want. * Wordpress Popular posts will display up to 10 entries by default. This setting can be changed as well. * It can also display comment count for each entry. Enabled by default. * If you want to, you can limit the amount of characters displayed for each entry listed. If activated, you can also limit the excerpt to display a certain number of characters (25 by default). Disabled by default. == Installation == 1. Download the plugin and extract its contents. 2. Upload the `wordpress-popular-posts` folder to the `/wp-content/plugins/` directory. 3. Activate **Wordpress Popular Posts** plugin through the 'Plugins' menu in WordPress. 4. In your admin console, go to Design > Widgets (or Presentation > Widgets for Wordpress 2.3 and lower), and drag the Wordpress Popular Posts widget to wherever you want it to be, and click Save Changes. 5. *optional* In your admin console, go to Design > Widgets (or Presentation > Widgets for Wordpress 2.3 and lower), click Edit on **Popular Posts** and customize it to your likings. Once you're done with it, click on Change and then on Save Changes. = Placing Wordpress Popular Posts in your templates = If you want to use **Wordpress Popular Posts** in your templates and not as a widget, simply place `<?php get_mostpopular(); ?>` where you want your listing to be shown. Easy, huh?. **v.1.2** I've added a few parameters to the function so you can tweak **Wordpress Popular Posts** to your liking. **USAGE:** `<?php get_mostpopular(TITLE, NUMBER-OF-POSTS, SHOW-EXCERPT, SHOW-COMMENTS, CHARACTERS); ?>` **Example:** `<?php get_mostpopular('Popular Posts', 15); ?>` **PARAMETERS:** * **TITLE** (*string*): refers to the title of the widget. Default is `Popular Posts`. * **NUMBER-OF-POSTS** (*integer*): refers to the amount of entries to be retrieved. Default is 25. * **SHOW-EXCERPT** (*boolean*): if set to TRUE, it'll limit the number of characters shown for each entry listed. Default is FALSE. * **SHOW-COMMENTS** (*boolean*): if set to TRUE, comments count will be displayed next to each entry listed. Default is TRUE. * **CHARACTERS** (*integer*): refers to the number of characters to show per entry. Default is 25. == Frequently Asked Questions == No FAQs so far. == Screenshots == No screenshots available at the moment.