Add a custom Widget to display your profile photo, social media links and contact information.
|Author:||Juan Sanchez Jr. (profile at wordpress.org)|
|WordPress version required:||3.5|
|WordPress version tested:||4.8.3|
|Added to WordPress repository:||30-10-2014|
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:||11 844|
|Active installs:||1 000+|
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This is an example widget created with the plugin
Here is what the Widget form looks like in the WordPress admin section
- Upload the
personal-contact-info-widgetfolder to the
- Activate the Personal Contact Info Widget plugin through the ‘plugins’ menu in WordPress
- Configure the plugin by going to
Appearance > Widgetsin the WordPress Admin Dashboard, drag the Personal Contact Info Widget to a Sidebar or Widget area, and start filling out the details.
I installed and activated your plugin Widget, but how do I configure it?
To configure the new Widget (Personal Contact Info), go to
Appearance > Widgets in the WordPress Admin Dashboard, drag the Widget to a Sidebar or Widget area on the right, and start filling out the details.
I changed the profile image style, but only square and thumbnail work on my website?
The Image Style feature is based on CSS3, which is only available on newer internet browsers. Most users will see the styles, however older computers with outdated browsers may not see the image styles (will default to square).
What is Font Awesome, and do I want to load it?
This plugin utilizes special fonts (Font Awesome) in order to display the various icons on your website. In order to see these icons, Font Awesome has to be loaded first. The problem is that some themes and plugins may already be loading it on your website.
To avoid Font Awesome from loading more than once on your website, I have made this an opt-out feature. If you are not sure if your current theme or plugins are already loading Font Awesome, just check the “Do not load Font Awesome” box in the Advanced Options section (in the configuration options for your Widget in the WordPress Admin Dashboard under Appearance > Widgets). If your Social Media icons disappear on your website, simply go back and uncheck this option and save the changes again.
- NEW Feature – Option to make email, phone number and website information clickable!
- NEW Feature – Widget alignment ( left, center, right )
- NEW Feature – Adjust spacing between text
- NEW Social Icon – (Stack Exchange)
- Fixed – Website field not appearing on widget
- Fixed Tooltip on help menu
- NEW Feature – Allow adjustable photo width
- First version