MND Filmography Documentation

InstallationBack to top

You can install the plugin one of two ways:

After installing the plugin, you must activate it. In your admin panel, go to Plugins and find MND Filmography. Click the Activate link under the plugin's name.

Tip: To read more about installing plugins correctly: WordPress Managing Plugins.

License KeyBack to top

After you activate the plugin, you'll be redirected to the license key page, where you kave to add and activate your key in order to use the plugin.

Your license key has been send to you in the Purchase Receipt email or, if you are a registered user at MonicaNDesign, you can also find it in your account.

After you activate your license key, you'll see the Filmography section appear in the main navigation in the left side of the screen.

ProjectsBack to top

The projects work the same way posts do, including categories and tags.

The custom metaboxes and fields make the plugin's main functionality. The custom fields cover most needs in displaying a project page for movies, TV series and shows, voice work and more. Empty custom fields don't appear in the published project.

If you want more content, like trivia, award list, reviews, add it in the main editor and it will be displayed below everything else.

Project Details

The custom fields are self-explanatory, covering a big range of possible data.

Project List

The content of this custom fields is displayed in the project list and category/tags archives.

Project Links

Also self-explanatory: related links regarding the project (multimedia, official sites, and purchase options).

Tip: To read more about using the WordPress posts: WordPress Posts - Make some content .

ShortcodesBack to top

A shortcode is provided to display the project list: simply add [project_list] in any page/post where you want to show the list.

The following parameters can be used with the shortcode: category and tag - only one. Ex: [project_list category="movies"], [project_list tag="superhero"]. To call the category/tag wanted, use the category/tag' slug.

TemplatesBack to top

To ensure the plugin can displays your content in optimal contitions, verify that your site's theme uses the wp_head(), body_class(), post_class(), & the_content() template tags (standard in any professional theme).

Project Page

By default, the plugin injects your content directly in the page, above any content added in the main editor. To do this, it searches your template folder for the single-project.php file. If it isn't available, the plugin uses the page.php template. If page.php also doesn't exists, it uses single-project.php in /mnd-filmography/templates/.

If you want to customize the output in the project page (ex: modify the fields order):

Project List

To display the project list and category/tags archives, the plugin uses the archive-project.php file in your theme first, or in /mnd-filmography/templates/ second. The projects are displayed automatically when published and are sorted by the published date.

If the default template doesn't match your theme's markup, or you want to customize it:

Project Navigation

To display a previous/next type of navigation between projects, simply use the following tag in the single-project.php template:

<?php mndfilm_project_navigation(); ?>

Tip: To read more about using the WordPress templates files and tags: WordPress Templates.

ImportantBack to top

Every time you create a new project category or tag, you need to flush the permalinks: go to Settings → Permalinks and click the button Save Changes. You don't need to make any modification.