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Report About YOURLS Widget 0.3
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This widget lets you embed your YOURLS installation (or someone else's through API) to have a short URL service into your sidebar. It's pretty simple as for now and it does its work.

I will implement more options as inserting the password directly into the widget options menu (instead of via text-editor) in a few days. If you are using a passworded admin menu you have to edit yourls-widget-config.php. Further info in FAQ section.

Installation :

1. Upload the folder yourls-widget (keep the name intact) to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory.
2. Activate the plugin through the 'Plugins' menu in WordPress.
3. Add the widget to your sidebar via the Appearance/Widgets menu.
4. Insert the URL to the API into the widget options. Example: http://yourdomain.com/yourls-api.php
5. If the YOURLS installation is in "private" configuration (with password to access admin) you have to enter the username and password in the yourls-widget-config.php file. Further info in FAQ section.

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