How to Display Link Description with Blogroll in WordPress


How to Display Link Description with Blogroll in WordPress
Bernice Carlson

Update: Please note that Link Manager was sort of removed in WordPress 3.5. We recommend that you use WordPress menus because they are much more flexible. See details in this article.

How to Display Link Description with Blogroll in WordPress
Malisa Gerald

Update: Please note that Link Manager was sort of removed in WordPress 3.5. We recommend that you use WordPress menus because they are much more flexible. See details in this article.

Create Link Lists and Blogrolls in WordPress
Ernest Cook

XFN stands for XHTML Friends Network and allows you to indicate the relationship you have with the people you are linking to by defining how you know, or are associated with, them. The following table lists the different relationships you can assign to your links. Link Relationship (XFN) is kind of a silly bookmark-type assignment that indicates how well you know the person whose site or blog you’re linking to by defining your relationship with her. You can find more information on XFN at XFN (XHTML Friends Network).

How to Make a Blogroll Showing New Blog Entries on WordPress
Jinny Lay

Set up the WP Social Blogroll plugin. Click the “Settings” section on the left side of the screen and select “WP Social Blogroll” on the expanded menu. Type a name for the blogroll in the “Blogroll Title for Sidebar Widget” field. Click the “Use Google Feed Discovery” and “Use Google Favicon Discovery” check boxes to have WP Social Blogroll use Google services to automatically find the latest post and favicon for each link. Click the “Blogroll” check box under “Categories.” Select the desired appearance for the blogroll widget under the “Display Options” heading. Scroll to the bottom of the page and click the check boxes to indicate which details the blogroll widget should display for each link, such as “Show title of latest post” and “Show icon.” Click the “Save Changes” button. Click the “Appearance” section on the left side of the screen and select “Widgets.” Drag the “WP Social Blogroll” button to the sidebar area on the right side of the page and click the “Save” button.

Be the first to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.


*