There is a bunch of plugins shipped with Shaarli, where there is nothing to do to install them.
If you want to install a third party plugin:
- Download it.
- Put it in the
pluginsdirectory in Shaarli's installation folder.
- Make sure you put it correctly:
| index.php | plugins/ |---| custom_plugin/ | |---| custom_plugin.php | |---| ...
- Make sure your webserver can read and write the files in your plugin folder.
In Shaarli's administration page (
Tools link), go to
Here you can enable and disable all plugins available, and configure them.
In the plugin administration page, you can move enabled plugins to the top or bottom of the list. The first plugins in the list will be processed first.
This is important in case plugins are depending on each other. Read plugins README details for more information.
Use case: The (non existent) plugin
shaares_footer adds a footer to every shaare in Markdown syntax. It needs to be processed before (higher in the list) the Markdown plugin. Otherwise its syntax won't be translated in HTML.
Enabled plugin are stored in your
config.json.php parameters file, under the
You can edit them manually here. Example:
$GLOBALS['config']['ENABLED_PLUGINS'] = array( 'qrcode', 'archiveorg', 'wallabag', 'markdown', );
Usage of each plugin is documented in it's README file:
addlink-toolbar: Adds the addlink input on the linklist page
archiveorg: For each link, add an Archive.org icon
default_colors: Override default theme colors.
isso: Let visitor comment your shaares on permalinks with Isso.
markdown: Render shaare description with Markdown syntax.
piwik: A plugin that adds Piwik tracking code to Shaarli pages.
playvideos: Add a button in the toolbar allowing to watch all videos.
pubsubhubbub: Enable PubSubHubbub feed publishing
qrcode: For each link, add a QRCode icon.
wallabag: For each link, add a Wallabag icon to save it in your instance.