Is your Wordpress blog feeling old and tired? Why not freshen it up with the brand new Wordpress Dribbble Widget! It's got some sweet features that are sure to make it feel right at home in your blog's sidebar.
Download it here!
If you install it on your site, rebound this shot with a screenshot and put a link to your site. I'd love to check out your portfolio.
almost 4 years ago
GET OUT YOU AMAZING MAN!
by Trent Walton
Thanks to Dave Rupert's WP Dribbble plugin, I can display my latest shots on my blog... Download it here!. Also, thanks to Dan & Rich for giving us their blessing to rock this out!
almost 4 years ago
Sweetness!! Going in my redesign FO SHO!
Awesome, nice work on the site and the plugin.
This is fantastic. Great work!
If the defaults are "on", why isn't the checkbox checked?
@Rogie, that's current my configuration. It'll auto check when you install it.
I only ask that because I just installed it and those were UNCHECKED.
@Rogie. weird. might have my first bug report.
@Krystyn. Yah. it's pulling in an RSS Feed. I'm sure you could hack the code and figure it out. Wordpress uses MagpieRSS so there's probably an equivalent on whatever platform you're working with.
This is great, thanks Dave! We were going to parse the RSS feed ourselves when we redesign our site, but this will make our lives a lot easier.
You rock! I've been trying to put my shots on my blog using RSS and it just wasn't happening. Love.
Damn now I regret going with Textpattern instead of Wordpress. Wonder how long it will be before someone comes up with a Textpattern version?
Ah very good!
If you can file it on github that'd help. thanks!
Just added it to my blog.
Now I have to factor this into the new design i'm working on!
@Paul awesome! can't wait to see your text rotated nav in real life.
I've got some updates coming on this. So if you've had any problems, it should be patched up on Sunday after some testing.
there's an update on github that should fix some errors.
by Andrea Pelizzardi
Just finished to hack Dave Rupert's plug-in.
I was needing to display my dribbble shots in a non-WP page, so I decided to apply some changes to widget.
I will publish the source as soon as possible.
Here is the mod of this plugin I made for non-WP sites. :)
I used SimplePie to get my latest shot for my social bar, this probably would have been easier :) but anyways, I went with this rollover concept. Check it out: http://dotmack.bestmedialab.com/
@Alex cool. i like your contextual dropdown. gives a bit more meaning to the Social Media icons. Using just SimplePie is nbd, Wordpress is actually using SimplePie so it's more or less the same thing ;)
Still loving this plugin!
I decided to restyle my shots after a slight website readjustment
I didn't think it deserved a whole new shot here on dribbble but let me know what you think ;)
over 3 years ago
you're an internet hero
over 2 years ago
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