A plugin extending the functionality of WordPress for academic blogging.
Academic Blogger's toolkit is an open source WordPress plugin providing an all-in-one solution for effective academic blogging.
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For a constaintly updated, exhaustively detailed, introduction to this plugin and all its features, please visit the plugin's GitHub Repository.
To dive right into the documentation, check out the Academic Blogger's Toolkit Wiki!
- Insert formatted references on the fly using PMID, DOI (CrossRef, DataCite, & mEDRA), URL, or ISBN.
- Manually insert formatted references from over 15 types of references.
- Import a full bibliography from your favorite reference manager using an exported
- Automatically format references for every citation style on planet earth (over 1300).
- Fully interactive reference list which lives beside the post editor.
- Search PubMed from the post editor and insert references instantly.
- Inline citations display full formatted references on the frontend when hovered with the mouse (or when tapped on mobile). No more scrolling down and losing your focus!
[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5k72Dh8L2BA] (Video above is of version 3.0.0 - Many improvements and features were added since then)
If you're a developer and would like to contribute, you can do so via this plugin's GitHub Repository.
I have a suggestion for a new feature. Would you be interested in considering it?
I found a bug. Who should I contact?
Yikes! I'm sorry about that. Please report all issues on the Academic Blogger's Toolkit GitHub Repository.
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- Upload the
acadmemic-bloggers-toolkitfolder to the
- Activate the plugin through the 'Plugins' menu in WordPress.
Overview of the reference manager screen.
Overview of the manual reference insertion screen.
Overview of the PubMed search window.
Demo of desktop citation tooltips.