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=== Quote This === Contributors: greenshady Donate link: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=3687060 Tags: widget, shortcode, plugin, post, page, quote, quotes, random Requires at least: 3.4 Tested up to: 3.5 Stable tag: 0.2 Allows the user to call random quotes with the quote_this() function, [quote-this] shortcode, or Quote This widget. == Description == *Quote This* is yet another quote plugin. It has been a script I've used on my personal blog for a few years that I figured I'd share with the rest of the WordPress community. Basically, it lets you show quotations on your blog in one of three ways: * `quote_this()` template tag for your theme template files. * `[quote-this]` shortcode for adding it to your posts and pages. * <em>Quote This</em> widget for use in widget areas. == Installation == 1. Uzip the `quote-this.zip` folder. 1. Upload the `quote-this` folder to your `/wp-content/plugins` directory. 1. In your WordPress dashboard, head over to the *Plugins* section. 1. Activate *Quote This*. More detailed instructions are included in the plugin's `readme.html` file. == Frequently Asked Questions == = Why was this plugin created? = It was just an old script I've had lying around, gathering dust. I've been using it on my personal blog for years, so I figured someone might make some use of it. = How do I call the function in my theme templates? = ` <?php if ( function_exists( 'quote_this' ) ) quote_this(); ?> ` = How do I use the shortcode in my posts? = ` [quote-this] ` = How do I use the widget? = Head over to the *Widgets* section in your WordPress admin and click the "Add" button for the *Quote This* widget. Once added, you can select how you want to display the quotes. = What are the parameters? = **type** * Which type of quotes to show. * Possible values: `all` (default), `art`, `film`, `friendship`, `individual`, `life`, `literature` **orderby** * How to order the quote(s) shown. * Possible values: `rand` (more options will be added in the future) **echo** * Whether the quotation should be printed to the screen or returned for use in a function (is not used for the `[quote-this]` shortcode.) * Possible values: `true` (default), `false` = Can I get more detailed instructions? = If you need a more detailed guide, see `readme.html`, which is included with the plugin. It has a few examples and explains everything. == Screenshots == Screenshots are not really needed, but you can see this plugin in action on the <a href="http://justintadlock.com/writing" title="Justin Tadlock's Writing">Writing page</a> of my personal blog. == Changelog == **Version 0.2** * Pretty much every line of code has changed. Yeah, so there's no much point in documenting it. Treat this as if it's a new plugin. **Version 0.1** * Plugin released.