This plu­gin is no longer being devel­oped, sorry. If you would like to take over main­te­nance of it, please con­tact me.

Back­ground: I was work­ing on my lit­tle book­keep­ing sys­tem (which just hap­pens to be a Word­Press plu­gin) and I needed some way of man­ag­ing a list of clients’ addresses. I searched around a bit, on the codex and wp-plugins.net but couldn’t find any sort of address­book util­ity. So I thought I’d write my own, and here it is.

Down­load: Since August 2007 and ver­sion 0.4 I have been man­ag­ing this plu­gin via the wordpress.org plu­gin data­base and code repos­i­tory. Go to wordpress.org/extend/plugins/addressbook to read more, and down­load Address­book.

Usage: To install, copy the addressbook direc­tory to your plu­g­ins direc­tory (by default, this is ~/wp-content/plugins/) and acti­vate the plu­gin in your plu­gin man­ager. The address­book is at ‘Man­age » Address­book’. The Codex has more about man­ag­ing plu­g­ins.

You can embed a list of your addresses in a blog post or page by putting <addressbook /> wher­ever you want the list to appear. The HTML gen­er­ated by this is semantically-markedup, so you can fine-tune the appear­ance of it through your theme’s stylesheet.

Report­ing bugs & fea­ture requests: Please leave any com­ments, bug reports and/or fea­ture sug­ges­tions on the plu­gin release posts, of which you can find a list at the end of the link below.

Address­book Plu­gin release announce­ments »

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