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Insert a Bibblio shortcode with the Classic Editor plugin 

⚠️ Important Notice

This plugin is no longer available for download

Websites that downloaded the Related Posts by Bibblio plugin before 17 August 2020 will not be impacted by this change and will continue to receive support, but no new releases are planned in the near future.

For WordPress users looking to enjoy Bibblio on their site, we recommend using our Quick Start code for an easy plug-and-play installation, or visiting our API documentation for a more custom integration. Both methods are fully compatible with WordPress and give you access to additional features that were not available within the plugin.

Quick Start code API documentation

Keeping it classic

So you've upgraded to Gutenberg but prefer the classic editor layout. You may have downloaded the Classic Editor plugin to keep the old look, but can now no longer add a Bibblio shortcode.

We're not yet integrated into this plugin, so the easiest way to add us is to use the module builder below. Simply create a layout of your choosing and click the big green button to save the shortcode to your clipboard. You can then paste that into your posts or templates.

All done? Click the button below to copy the shortcode to your clipboard

Generate shortcode and copy to clipboard


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