The Po.et WordPress Plugin allows you to automatically submit your blog posts to Po.et. Once you install and configure it, every time you post a new blog entry it will automatically be posted through Po.et's API to the Po.et Network.
The Official Po.et WordPress Plugin can be found here: https://wordpress.org/plugins/po-et/
Go to the releases section of the repository and download the most recent release.
Then, from your WordPress administration panel, go to
Plugins > Add New and click the
Upload Plugin button at the top of the page.
You will need Phing and Git installed to build from source. To complete the following steps, you will need to open a command line terminal.
Clone the Github repository:
git clone https://github.com/poetapp/wordpress-plugin.git
From within the checked out repository, run:
The packaged zip file will be available under the build directory which is created under your locally cloned git repository.
From your WordPress administration panel go to
Plugins > Installed Plugins and scroll down until you find
Po.et. You will need to activate it first, then click on
Settings to configure it.
This field will be used to set the
author field on the Po.et Claim that is written to the Po.et Network. Set it to your name, pen name, blog's name, etc.
The URL of the Po.et API, which is: https://api.poetnetwork.net/works
You will need an API token, which you can obtain here: https://explorer.poetnetwork.net
Use this checkbox to enable or disable automatic posting.
Place the shortcode
[poet-badge] anywhere in your article to display the Po.et Badge as proof that the article was timestamped on the Po.et Network and anchored to the Bitcoin blockchain.
The Po.et WordPress plugin welcomes additions from developers. To ensure code is consistent and that all developers can focus on building great features rather than deciphering various coding styles, the Po.et WordPress Plugin adheres to the WordPress coding standards.
To ensure your code is formatted the WordPress way, you can run the PHP code sniffer using the WordPress coding ruleset. There are various ways to install both PHPCS and the WordPress coding ruleset, but the easiest method is to install it globally using Composer. Assuming you have Composer and PHPCS installed and available from the command line, run the following from a terminal (assuming you are on Linux or a *nix derivative):
You can run PHP CodeSniffer with
composer run-script lint and
composer run-script clean to automatically fix the style errors if possible.