Description: Foomark WordPress Widget uses Foomark's API to take a user's foomarks in JSON format and displays them in a widget. The two settings fields needed to make it work are a Foomark username and the number of foomarks you want to display.
After Installing the plugin, go to Settings -> Foomarks to enter your Foomark username and the number of foomarks to show in the widget.
Upload the folder foomark-widget to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory Activate the plugin through the 'Plugins' menu in WordPress
aNobii WordPress Widget is a Wordpress widget which shows randomly the covers of some books from your aNobii's shelf.
What I need?
Follow these simple instructions:
* You need to install the latest version of WordPress * You need widget support (the latest version of Wordpress supports it natively; if you use an older version you can download the Widgets plugin) *...
The FriendFeed Activity Widget is a simple WordPress widget that pulls your FriendFeed stream, pretties it up a bit and shares it with visitors to your blog. It's essentially a lifestream plugin that requires just a few steps to set up.