You can automatically add “likes” to your posts, pages, blog index page, archive pages, and search results by simply enabling them in the ZillaLikes settings. It’s a simple really.
Want to exclude certain pages or posts? You can do that right from the settings page. You can even customise the count postfix to make it say whatever you want (e.g. “x zombies absoultely loved this”). Want more flexibility on where likes appear? No problem. Just use the ZillaLikes shortcode or template tag to literally put likes anywhere on your WordPress site. Oh, and it’ll work even if you’re using a caching plugin – handy!
Want to see an live example in action? Check out our other site PremiumPixels.com to see “liking” in all it’s glory.
Please Note: Being a free product, this plugin is distributed as-is without official support. Verified theme customers however, will have access to support for this plugin in the forums.
Installation and Usage
Installation is simple as peas.
- Download the zip file using the “get it” link above.
- Upload the /zilla-likes/ folder to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory.
- Activate the ZillaLikes plugin through the “Plugins” menu in WordPress.
- Configure your settings in the new “ZillaLikes” menu which appears.
- That’s it. Let your users like away.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I display the like count with a shortcode?
Sure, you can use the
[zilla_likes] shortcode in your pages and posts.
Can I add the like count to my template files?
Yep, you can use the following PHP code
if( function_exists('zilla_likes') ) zilla_likes();.