Link Summarizer appends a list of the links referred to in a post at the end of a post automatically.
You can also configure the output position when
|Author:||Christoph Erdle (profile at wordpress.org)|
|WordPress version required:||2.0|
|WordPress version tested:||2.8|
|Added to WordPress repository:||12-08-2007|
Warning! This plugin has not been updated in over 2 years. It may no longer be maintained or supported and may have compatibility issues when used with more recent versions of WordPress.
|Total downloads:||6 784|
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Can I have the admin page in my native language?
Since 1.7 Link Summarizer uses WordPress’ localization features. To use it,
set WPLANG ind wp-config.php to your locale, e.g. for german use
At the moment Link Summarizer is only available in english (default) and
german. If you want your native language to be included, please help to
translate. It’s really simple, please contact me using the plugin homepage.
I want to enable/disable the display of the summary on a single post
differtently from the default setting. What can I do? =
You can use a custom variable called “lnsum_show” (without parantheses). You
can set it to “1” to enable the summary, or “0” to disable it.
You can also use this feature to control the display of the link summary on
the index page and in RSS feeds. There are additional options available to
enable the use of the pre post settings in these areas. Check out the admin
panel of Link Summarizer for more information.
I have other plugins that interfere with Link Summarizer. What can I do?
Since 1.6.2 it is possible to adjust the priority of the plugin execution. By
default Link Summarizer uses a default priority of 20 (in opposite to
Wordpress default of 10). As most other plugins use a priority of 10 Link
Summarizer is executed after the other plugins. This is especially needed if
you use MarkDown plugins, which replace HTML shorthands with correct HTML
But if you e.g. use plugins like Twitter Tool or Sociable and don’t want to
filter out these links using regular expressions, simply set the priority of
Link Summarizer to a value lower than 10 and give it a try. But keep in mind
that if you also use plugins which need Link Summarizer to be run afterwards,
you can’t use this option and must filter out via regular expressions.
Is it possible to use CSS to style the summarizer?
Yes, since version 1.4.1 it is possible. I set the surrounding div tag to use the css class
“link-summarizer”. For details see the included file style.css.sample.
If you use then template function, the enclosing div uses the css class
The contents of the surrounding div tag can be configured completely through
the admin interface independently for the manually used template function and
the automatic variant.
To use the CSS styling you have to include appropriate CSS code in your theme
Is it possible to decide if the URL or the link text get shown in the summary?
Yes, this is also a new feature included in 1.4.1. In the Admin panel there’s an option for it.
I have special design needs.
Starting with version 1.5 the design of the output the pluging produces is completely configurable in the admin interface