Advanced Widget Pack

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Advanced Widget Pack – WordPress Plugin

Advanced Widget pack is a collected of 15 of the most popular and useful WordPress widgets.

Advanced Widget Pack contains 15 highly useful WordPress widgets

Advanced Widget Pack contains 15 highly useful WordPress widgets

Description

The Advanced Widget Pack WordPress plugin is a pack of popular high quality widgets that allows you boost your blog SEO by displaying you most popular, recent, random posts in your sidebars. Display your blog contact information for clients to easily get in touch. Enable visitors to subscribe to your Feedburner RSS Feed. Display your favorite Flickr photos. Display a custom Google Map. Embed your favorite video directly into your WordPress blog. Display your latest Twitter Tweets in two different formats. Display your popular posts, recent posts, latest comment and tags in a jQuery tabbed interface. Display archived posts by month in two separate formats. Display a list of blog categories. Display a list of your blog page. Display a list of your blog authors. Display unlimited 125px advertisements.

Advanced Widget Pack is an all-in-one widget plugin pack that easily allows you to display the most common widgets in you WordPress blog sidebars. Widgets are responsive. You can determine the width of the widget in “pixels” or “percentage”. Custom posts types supported.

Each widget has been visually styled to the utmost highest quality ensuring visual appeal to your blog. All CSS styling is maintained in a single well commented CSS file allowing for easy modification of the style.

The first three widgets allow for display of your blog’s latest posts, most popular posts and the ability to display random posts therefore increasing exposure to older posts and articles.
Thumbnail images are automatically created for each post using the TimThumb script.

The Widget has been developed to he highest quality standards and tested in all major modern browsers.

 

Advanced Widget Pack Features:

  • Highly functional dynamic widget interface
  • You can determine the widgets width in "pixels" or "percentage or leave the width blank for a responsive layout.
  • Ability to change the Widget title
  • Display your blog’s latest posts. You determine the amount of posts to display.
  • Display your blog’s most popular posts. Determined by the amount of post comments. You determine the amount of posts to display.
  • Display a user determined amount of random posts. You determine the amount of posts to display.
  • Supports Custom Post Types.
  • Ability to display thumbnail images next to latest, poplar and random posts. You have the ability to disable this feature if not required.
  • If no image is available for a certain post, a default image will be displayed.
  • Add and display you blog contact details in a visually appealing sidebar widget.
  • Display the blog address, phone number, fax number, email address and website url.
  • Have the option to display icons next to contact details or hide if not required.
  • Allow visitors to subscribe to your Feedburner RSS Feed via email.
  • Display a desired amount of photos from your favorite Flickr account.
  • Option to use the jQuery "ColorBox" library to view Flickr photos. Included with plugin.
  • Display a custom Google Map.
  • Embed your favorite video directly into your WordPress blog.
  • Display your latest Twitter Tweets in two different formats.
  • Display Twitter Follow button to gain more Twitter Followers.
  • Display your popular posts, recent posts, latest comment and tags in a jQuery tabbed interface.
  • Display archived posts by month in two separate formats.
  • Display two separate formatted lists of blog categories.
  • Display two separate formatted lists of blog pages.
  • Display a list of your blog authors
  • Multiple widgets configurations
  • Inherits CSS styles from current active theme – fonts and colors

Extended Features:

Display your “Latest” WordPress posts and articles

Display a visually appealing list of your blog’s "latest" posts along with thumbnail images if available. The latest posts are determined by the date they were created. The post date is displayed. Supports custom post types. You can determine the width of the widget in "pixels" or "percentage". Leave the width blank for a responsive layout.

Display your “Popular” WordPress posts and articles

Display a visually appealing list of your blog’s "popular" posts along with thumbnail images if available. The popular posts are determined by the amount of comments created for that post. The total amount of comments are displayed. Supports custom post types. You can determine the width of the widget in "pixels" or "percentage". Leave the width blank for a responsive layout.

Display a list of “Random” WordPress posts and articles

Get maximum exposure to older posts and articles by randomly displaying a predefined amount of random posts. The post date is displayed. Supports custom post types. You can determine the width of the widget in "pixels" or "percentage". Leave the width blank for a responsive layout.

Display your site Contact information

Complete the widget address details and your details will be displayed in the sidebar on the front of your site.

Allow visitors to subscribe to your Feedburner RSS Feed via email.

Display textfield and allow visitors to easily subscribe to your Feedburner RSS feed.

Display your favorite Flickr photo feed

Display a desired amount of photos straight from your favorite Flickr account. Option to view the photos with the jQuery ColorBox plugin or directly at the Flickr website. jQuery ColorBox script included.

Display Google Maps

Input your coordinates and you can effortlessly display a Google Map in your sidebar.

Embed your favorite video directly into your WordPress blog.

Using the built-in WordPress oEmbed function, you can insert a video directly into your sidebar.

Display your latest Twitter Tweets in two different formats.

Stylishly display your latest Twitter feed in two different formats. Normal display or bubbled displayed. Follow button present under each list of tweets.

Display your popular posts, recent posts, latest comment and tags in a jQuery tabbed interface.

Display your popular posts, most recent posts, latest posts, tag cloud in a jQuery tabbed interface. Ability to display or hide post thumbnails and comment Gravatars. You determine how many items to display.

Display archived posts by month in two separate formats.

Display two separate formatted lists of archived posts by month. Display as a formatted list with custom image or display as a dropdown list.

Display a list of blog categories

Display two separate formatted lists of blog categories. Display as a formatted list with custom image or display as a dropdown list.

Display a list of blog pages

Display two separate formatted lists of blog pages. Display as a formatted list with custom image or display as a dropdown list.

Display a list of your blog authors

Display two separate formatted lists of your blog authors. Display as a formatted list with custom image or display as a dropdown list.

Display unlimited 125px advertisements.

Display unlimited 125px by 125px advertisement banners in any of your sidebars. Many options for each advertisement available.

 

Client Testimonials

Thanks again for the wonderful support. :) it is very impressive that you are constantly changing your plugins to be user friendly and integrate with as many themes as possible. 
Georgia, Famous Plays Pty Ltd

Quick-Start Guide

  1. Unzip plugin file.
  2. Upload the the plugin folder "advanced-widget-pack" (not just the files in it!) to your `wp-content/plugins` folder. If you’re using FTP, use ‘binary’ mode.
  3. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress.
  4. Navigate to the plugin’s settings page and enable / disable the individual widgets you wish to use.
  5. Navigate to the WordPress Dashboard widgets page, drag any of the "AWP – " widgets that you have enabled onto one of your WordPress theme sidebars and configure its specific settings.
    (Configuration settings detailed in supplied documentation)
  6. A few of the settings have a default value, replace if necessary. Hover over text-field labels for detail descriptions and instructions. Save widget configuration settings.
  7. You’re done. Enjoy.

Frequently Asked Questions

= How do I change the default "No Image available" icon =

In the widget folder there is a folder called "images". Inside this folder you will find a 75px by 75px .png image called "nothumb.png".

Simply create your own .png image with the same name and dimensions and copy it to the images folder overwriting the original.

= Does the plugin support Custom Posts Types? =

Yes, the "Latest", "Popular" & "Random" widgets support custom posts types.

Requirements

In order to work, Advanced Social Widget WordPress plugin needs the following requirements:

  • WordPress release v2.8+
  • PHP version 5+

Changelog

Click here to view the changelog