Blogs Widget

Show a feed of recently updated blogs, with avatars, from across an enter Multisite network.

Version 1.0.9.4

  • WordPress 3.8 compatibility

Changelog

Version 1.0.9.4
  • WordPress 3.8 compatibility

Version 1.0.9.3
  • Blog Template compatibility fixes

Version 1.0.9.2
  • SQL query improvements

Version 1.0.9.1
  • WordPress 3.5 Compatibility
  • Fixed plugin link

Version 1.0.9
  • More internationalization improvements

Version 1.0.8
  • Rename language files for clarity

Version 1.0.7
  • Allow users to exclude template blogs

Version 1.0.6
  • Fixed: Order most recent

Version 1.0.5
  • Display only public blogs

Version 1.0.4
  • Fixed: Widget options not saved

Version 1.0.3
  • Multiple blogs widgets
  • Fixed: Undefined function 'get_blog_avatar'

Version 1.0.2
  • 3.1+ compatibility update

Version 1
  • WPMU 2.7 Compatible

Downloads 16,526

Compatibility Multisite 4.2.2

blogs widget is an incredibly simple, effective and configurable way to show recently updated sites across your entire network.

Help visitors discover new content and provide users another way to engage. Add a clear simple feed to your homepage or any widget area on your Multisite.

Enhanced your network

Setup and configuration is native to core. Simply drag the Blogs widget into whatever sidebar should display the content feed.

Adds an entirely new widget
Adds an entirely new widget

Simplicity and control

Mange each element with clear simple controls. No hidden modules. Adjust each option right from the ‘Widgets’ screen.

A familiar configuration panel
A familiar configuration panel

Share and see fresh content from across your Multisite network at a glance with Blog Widget.

For help with installing plugins please refer to our Plugin installation guide.

Once installed go to Plugins in the network admin dashboard and Network Activate the Blogs Widget plugin.

To Use:

1.  Once activated you just go Appearance > Widgets in the admin area of any site on your network.

2.   Drag the Blogs widget to your desired sidebar

3.   Configure the blog widget to your preferred options and then click Save

4.  When you view your site you will now see it displayed in your sidebar.