Blogroll

You can use this plugin to add a blogroll to your site.  It works as both a full-page list and a sidebar panel.

This plugin basically just reads an OPML file and creates a list of links from it.  Configuration options include the title for the sidebar panel as well as the heading for the full-page view.  And, of course, there’s the OPML file path.

Note that the OPML file upload is independent of this plugin.  You can use the “upload file” feature at the blog-level to upload the file and then point the plugin to that path.

Summary
BlogrollYou can use this plugin to add a blogroll to your site.
Options
Blog roll fileThis is the OPML-formatted file to use to create your blogroll.
CaptionThis is the caption for the sidebar panel that will hold the blogroll.
Heading when viewing pageThis is the heading that is displayed at the top of the page when the blog roll is viewed as a full page, rather than just a sidebar panel.
No event handlersEnable this to suppress the event handlers used for output.

Options

Blog roll file

This is the OPML-formatted file to use to create your blogroll.  For this setting, you must specify a local file path, not a URL.  The file path must be relative to the root of your blog (hence the recommendation to use the upload feature).  So if you upload it to the root directory of your blog, you can just specify the file name.  You will need to upload this file separately from this plugin.  It is recommended that you use the blog upload feature for this.

Caption

This is the caption for the sidebar panel that will hold the blogroll.

Heading when viewing page

This is the heading that is displayed at the top of the page when the blog roll is viewed as a full page, rather than just a sidebar panel.

No event handlers

Enable this to suppress the event handlers used for output.  This means that you will need to edit your templates and instantiate the plugin where you want its output to appear.

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