Another SlideShare plugin from the WordPress community!

Many SlideShare users are also WordPress users. In fact, SlideShare widgets are embedded into WordPress more than into any other social network. I am constantly amazed by the enthusiasm of the WordPress community. Joost de Valk has made it even more easy to embed SlideShare widgets into WordPress.org. He noticed that we offer a special embed code for WordPress.com users. His new plugin allows WordPress.org users to use that same embed code. Just install this plugin and then you can use the WordPress.com embed code to embed a SlideShare widget.

18 Responses to “Another SlideShare plugin from the WordPress community!”

  1. Robert Werz

    I am a regular WordPress user and I use several plug ins for my task.This will be another assistant I hope.Thank you for sharing this plugin with us.

  2. Ian

    This looks like a really nifty plugin. I too run a few wordpress blogs and any plugin that makes life easier is a welcome addition. Very cool.

  3. Debbie

    I’m a new user at WordPress. I should try this one. Never thought that I could have slideshare embedded at my wordpress blog. Thanks for the info!

    -Debbie
    at: http//medicsalertbracelets.com/

  4. Surrey Wedding Photographer

    I run my blog on Word Press – absolutely love it.

    WordPress rules in the CMS and blogging market – the fact that it is open source and allows developers the ability to create fab plug-ins like the Slideshare means that it’s a true winner for us the user.

    I just love the whole WP community; everyone wants to help everyone and as a result WordPress as a product is so rich in it’s plug ins, and that ensures that we have so much choice and flexibility in creating and evolving our websites/blogs.

    Keep up the goodwork slideshare, love your products!

  5. Robert

    Sorry about this, but how do you embed this plugin? I usually let my brother handle plugin(s) installation, but I do want to know how to install plugins.

    Can anyone help me?

  6. David W

    I’m not much of a WordPress user unfortunately, but I know my way around blogs and help a few friends out with their content. I will definitely pass this on to them!

    David W.
    Writer, EnviroSelects

  7. judy

    Thank you so much for sharing this plug in. I use wordpress and any plug in I can get is very helpful.

  8. Sara

    Ive been a huge fan of this plugin and Joost for a long time.

    Joost seriously has some of the coolest info. for anything WordPress related.

  9. Villa

    “Sorry about this, but how do you embed this plugin? I usually let my brother handle plugin(s) installation, but I do want to know how to install plugins. Can anyone help me?”

    Just go to your Dashboard/Plugins and click on “add new”. Type slideshare in the search box and click on “search plugins”

    Choose your plugin and click on “install now”

    Simples :-)

  10. art

    I think that this technology may be just what I need to help with my business, so where can I find out more?

  11. Toni Eatros

    I have my blog supported by WordPress and I’m not using its features for now. In fact, I’m editing a post this time and I searched for cool stuffs to be put on my blogs. WP indeed is an awesome site for blog market and most of the blogger I met are using WP that is why I am convinced to focus on using WP as my blogsite. Regarding the plugins, can you teach me how to install this in my WP? Usually I just ignore it but today I guess site content attracts the readers more, that’s why I’m working on it.

  12. Brad Richards

    @ Villa: Thanks so much for the tip, I know it wasn’t really meant for me but I did have the same dilemma as Robert. Incorporating the slideshare widgets ought to make it easier for my blogging team. I’m really new to WP, because previously, I always had some help building up my other sites. Wish me luck.

    Brad
    Admin, chess pieces