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FlagTag WordPress Plugin

Seeing as how I’m big on getting behind your sports team, I saw an initiative by White Wall Web (Disclaimer: I used to work for them) to get the internet into the World Cup Feva by adding what they call a FlagTag to your site.  I think it’s fantastic, see my FlagTag on the right of the site.  But what most people (who cant code) don’t know how to do is add the code to their website.  So I thought, let’s use my WordPress experience and slap together a plugin.  No code editing, just a simple download and upload, activate the plugin, and choose your flag! It’s that easy.

Download it here or here.

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4 thoughts on “FlagTag WordPress Plugin

  1. […] June 11th. Want an easy way to show support for your team on your WordPress site? Download the FlagTag plugin from Jeffikus. Simply upload it to your site, activate it, and then go to Settings-> FlagTag to […]

  2. […] de varios plugins. Uno de ellos, del que tuve conocimiento ayer a través de WPMU.org, es el FlagTag WordPress Plugin, una sencilla extensión que sirve para hacer lo que su propio nombre indica: añadir al blog una […]

  3. Thanks for the plugin. I’ve just installed and activated it in my blog.

    Anyway, all the country flags that are not perfectly symmetrical in the vertical axis (Uruguay, Australia, Portugal, Spain, North and South Korea, Greece, United States, Slovenia, Serbia, Denmark, Cameroon, Italy, New Zealand, Slovakia, Mexico, Côte d’Ivoire, Chile) are not correct.

    In most situations, national flags are shown in horizontal position. But if you rotate them 90 degrees counterclockwise, the resulting flags are not the ones which are shown in the FlagTag page (check, for example, the english Wikipedia page for the spanish national flag, in http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flag_of_Spain).

    Do you know how can I contact the FlagTag webmaster?

    1. Hi – thanks for letting me know, I will forward the details on to the project developers.

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