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Embed any link from the web easily as a beautiful Content Card.
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Embed any link from the web easily as a beautiful Content Card.
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Content Cards
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Content Cards
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You can also override a number of other options using this hook. For example, here we set the theme to "default-dark": You have to log in to add a translation. Details
You can also override a number of other options using this hook. For example, here we set the theme to "default-dark":
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To do this, you can use the <code>content_cards_options</code> hook, like this: You have to log in to add a translation. Details
To do this, you can use the <code>content_cards_options</code> hook, like this:
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If you are running this plugin on a multisite, you may wish to set site-wide settings and disable the Content Cards settings page on each separate blog. You have to log in to add a translation. Details
If you are running this plugin on a multisite, you may wish to set site-wide settings and disable the Content Cards settings page on each separate blog.
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This plugin requires WP_Cron to be in proper working order. You have to log in to add a translation. Details
This plugin requires WP_Cron to be in proper working order.
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<strong>Shortcode</strong> You can also add custom CSS classes on card-by-card basis using <code>class</code> attribute in the shortcode: You have to log in to add a translation. Details
<strong>Shortcode</strong> You can also add custom CSS classes on card-by-card basis using <code>class</code> attribute in the shortcode:
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<strong>Filter</strong> Adding a class is easy thanks to the <code>content_cards_css_classes</code> filter. You have to log in to add a translation. Details
<strong>Filter</strong> Adding a class is easy thanks to the <code>content_cards_css_classes</code> filter.
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Adding CSS classes to the content card container You have to log in to add a translation. Details
Adding CSS classes to the content card container
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Also since <code>v0.9.1</code> you can use <code>'favicon'</code> key in <code>get_cc_data()/the_cc_data()</code> to display favicon if the remote site provides one. You have to log in to add a translation. Details
Also since <code>v0.9.1</code> you can use <code>'favicon'</code> key in <code>get_cc_data()/the_cc_data()</code> to display favicon if the remote site provides one.
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Content Cards provides five new template tags: <code>get_cc_data()</code>, <code>the_cc_data()</code> and <code>the_cc_target()</code>: You have to log in to add a translation. Details
Content Cards provides five new template tags: <code>get_cc_data()</code>, <code>the_cc_data()</code> and <code>the_cc_target()</code>:
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Main skin template is <code>content-cards.php</code>. If no other skin templates are defined, Content Cards will fall back to this one, the same way WordPress falls back to <code>index.php</code>. If you want more granular templates, you can provide <code>content-cards-{$type}.php</code> templates, (<code>content-cards-website.php</code>, <code>content-cards-article.php</code>, etc.). <code>$type</code> is based on <code>og:type</code> meta data provided by website. You have to log in to add a translation. Details
Main skin template is <code>content-cards.php</code>. If no other skin templates are defined, Content Cards will fall back to this one, the same way WordPress falls back to <code>index.php</code>. If you want more granular templates, you can provide <code>content-cards-{$type}.php</code> templates, (<code>content-cards-website.php</code>, <code>content-cards-article.php</code>, etc.). <code>$type</code> is based on <code>og:type</code> meta data provided by website.
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All skin template files can be found in <code>content-cards/skins/*</code> directory and they can be overwritten by providing the same template in active theme. For example, if you want to overwrite Content Cards stylesheet, You should add <code>content-cards.css</code> to Your theme directory. You have to log in to add a translation. Details
All skin template files can be found in <code>content-cards/skins/*</code> directory and they can be overwritten by providing the same template in active theme. For example, if you want to overwrite Content Cards stylesheet, You should add <code>content-cards.css</code> to Your theme directory.
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Content Cards come with two default skins - <code>Default</code> and <code>Default Dark</code> - created by Stanislav Khromov. These skins are designed to provide minimal structural styling and blend in nicely with active theme by inheriting the font from the theme. You have to log in to add a translation. Details
Content Cards come with two default skins - <code>Default</code> and <code>Default Dark</code> - created by Stanislav Khromov. These skins are designed to provide minimal structural styling and blend in nicely with active theme by inheriting the font from the theme.
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