26 de Ago, 2015
Linkedin_Oauth allows users to login into your wordpress using their linkedin account, it will set a login button on your login page and uses a shortcode to put the button wherever you want it to show.
== Description ==
Linkedin_Oauth allows users to login or optional register into your wordpress site using their linkedin account, it will set a login button on your login page and uses a shortcode to put the button wherever you want it to show.
Major features in Linkedin_Oauth include:
* Add a button to the login page of WordPress.
* Allow to locate the login button wherever user wants with shortcodes.
* Allow to set a redirection URL after login for any page or post.
* Allow to set if user can register with their Linkedin credentials if does not exists on Worpdress or just an error login message.
PS: You’ll need to set an id and secret pass on Linkedin developers API, just go to this web site and create an aplication https://www.linkedin.com/secure/developer.
== Installation ==
Upload the Linkedin_Oauth plugin to your blog, Activate it, then enter your id and Secret and redirect after login URL.
1, 2, 3: You’re done!
== More Features ==
Shorcode use [[linkedinbtn]]
To use the shorcode option into a Widget you have to add the following line to your functions.php into your theme add_filter(‘widget_text’, ‘do_shortcode’); and then add[[linkedinbtn]] inside a text widget
To add the linkedin button directly to your php code, you can use do_shortcode(‘[[linkedinbtn]]’); whatever you want to show it
To add it as a shorcode, just add [[linkedinbtn]]
UPDATE RELEASED 0.1.6 20 Dec 2015 cause a change for next WP4.4 and new features
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