- Upload the whole
amazon-machine-tagsfolder into the
- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress. Make sure that you don’t run it on
localhostas XML files on the server need to be reached from the outside.
- Get your own Amazon Web Services Access Key Identifyers.
- Create a
wp-content/cache/directory with permissions set to 755, or 777 if you create the directory as
<?php AMTAP::get_items(); ?>in your sidebar and start using machine tags.
amtap-blog.cssif you like.
- If you want to use tags in a blog article, write
Tested up to:
Require PHP Version:
The plugin hasn't been transalated in any language other than English.
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