At the request of a user, I have added three new pieces of functionality to my WordPress plugin called link-library. These are:
- Ability to only display links belonging to selected categories
- Ability to display notes in addition to descriptions as opposed to instead of them
- Ability to display link name at the same time as link images
To help people get started with this plugin, I have added an extra file to download called links.zip. Simply unzip its contents to the directory of your WordPress theme. Once in place, you can create a new Page in the WordPress admin Manage section that uses the Links page template. Once you have your new page, you can just link to it from other parts of your blog or perhaps from the sidebar.
UPDATE: I have just updated the link-library plugin to work with WordPress 2.1. I also had to add a few parameters to the function to show all the links since they removed these parameters from the WordPress admin interface. I have only done basic testing on the plugin at this time and will test more when I upgrade my blog to version 2.1. For those who want to try using it right away, you can download the newest version of the plugin here. I also updated the usage example to show these new parameters.