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This plugin allows you to add a widget to sidebar with quotes from your published posts. The quotes will be shown with link to the rest of the post. Also, it allows you to add some useless knowledge facts.

If you want to place quotes somewhere in the theme file you can use the function

The parametar are:
_num – number of displayed qutes (default: 1)
_blank – on|off, open the link in a new window (default: β€˜on’)
_credits – on|off, display autho’s credits (default: β€˜on’)


2015-04-02, version 0.3.5
    New: add the quotes anywhere you want in the theme; function show_mmdyk ();

2015-03-13, version 0.3.2
    Update for WordPress 4.1.1

2012-10-09, version 0.3.1
    Bugfix & version compatibility

2011-05-20, version 0.3.0
    New: display multiple facts in a widget
    New: open link in new windows
    Bugfix: CSS styling is easier now

2010-01-11, version 0.2.1
    Bugfix: Problem with Cyrillic letters solved

2010-01-08, version 0.2
    Options page added.

2010-01-08, version 0.1
    First realase!


  • Widget
  • Adding quotes


  1. Upload plugin to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. Activate the plugin through the β€˜Plugins’ menu in WordPress


Are there any plans for new version?

Yes. Some new features I plan to add:
* easyer way to edit quotes / facts


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