WordPress: Technorati Favorite Plugin

Technorati Favorite Plugin let you use your Technorati Favorites as a blogroll on your blog, whenever you add a site in your Technorati Favorites, the plugin shows the link on your blog, thus avoiding you hassels of updating two places. Installation & usage: Download Technorati Favorite plugin.Unzip and upload to wp-content/plugins/ folder and activate the plugin from […]

Technorati Favorite Plugin let you use your Technorati Favorites as a blogroll on your blog, whenever you add a site in your Technorati Favorites, the plugin shows the link on your blog, thus avoiding you hassels of updating two places.

Installation & usage:

Download Technorati Favorite plugin.
Unzip and upload to wp-content/plugins/ folder and activate the plugin from plugins page.
Add the following code to your template where you want your favorites to show up

<?php technoratifavoritelist(&rdquo;<username>&rdquo;); ?>
Or you can do this if you want an un ordered list
<?php technoratifavoritelist(&rdquo;<username>&rdquo;, &ldquo;ul&rdquo;); ?>

Note: The plugin will save the data to your /tmp dir so it does not always have to make a request to Technorati.

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WordPress, Technorati Favorite Plugin

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