Gets the content of a file from a GitHub repository and outputs using the
Settings allow default options, such as author, folder, filename to be specified. Additional options to allow the removal or conversion of WordPress headers in readme.txt files.
Available shortcode parameters:
account- account on GitHub
branch- branch to get file from
folder- folder containing the file
file- file to get from GitHub repository
repository- name of GitHub repository
startfrom- text in file to start outputting from (e.g. # Description)
htmlastext- 1 to output HTMl as text and 0 to output as HTML
shortcodesastext- 1 to output shortcodes as text and 0 to output as shortcode
All parameters except repository can be defined as defaults in settings.
Example shortcode usage:
[github-file branch="master" repository="azrcrv-get-github-file"]
Output is in markdown, but use of a plugin such as Markdown by azurecurve can convert this markdown to HTML markup.
This plugin is multisite compatible; settings need to be configured for each site.
- Update readme files.
- update language template.
- Fix bug with azurecurve menu.
Download from Github to manually install; if you already have the plugin installed, an update will be available in the admin dashboard.
I’m keen to resolve any issues and happy to consider functionality requests, so please get in touch if you want to report a problem or ask for new functionality.