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Add WordPress plugin to README.md #796

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ericcornelissen commented Mar 21, 2018

Closes #715

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birjolaxew commented Mar 21, 2018

I think I would prefer to have a separate section for third party extensions. That way we separate officially supported (Node, CDN and file) usage from those that we have no control over. Something along the lines of

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Node usage

The icons are also available through our npm package. To install, simply run:

$ npm install simple-icons

The API can then be used as follows:

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Third party extensions

WordPress

Icons are also available through a simple WordPress plugin created by @tjtaylo - it can be found here.

We should also have a look at #478 (possibly pointing out #388), and possibly #454 and #443, while we're at it.

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ericcornelissen commented Mar 21, 2018

I added the "Third party extensions" suggestion. However I'm hesitant to add the projects you pointed out because in my opinion they're a bit different from this WordPress plugin, except maybe for #478.

#454 seems more like a project using SimpleIcons, and #443 seems more like a fun side project rather then something people would use often (as the npm page also suggests)

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birjolaxew commented Mar 21, 2018

👍 I agree with that assessment. I've also discovered that #478 doesn't automatically pull the newest release from here, and the last update was 9 months ago - so it can be considered abandoned.

I think that this is fine for now. Nice work @ericcornelissen!

@birjolaxew birjolaxew merged commit 821866c into simple-icons:develop Mar 21, 2018

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