WP-BibTeX

Description

The plugin allows users to generate a bibliography-style text for a publication using the provided information.
To use the plugin, users can insert a shortcode into a page with the relevant publication details, such as the title, author, journal, year, pages, publisher, volume, URL, and note.

For example, the shortcode [WpBibTeX type="inproceedings" title="Efficient Regional Memory Network for Video Object Segmentation" author="Xie, Haozhe and Yao, Hongxun and Zhou, Shangchen and Zhang, Shengping and Sun, Wenxiu" booktitle="CVPR" year="2021" paper="https://arxiv.org/pdf/2103.12934.pdf" projectpage="//infinitescript.com/project/rmnet/"] generates the bibliography-style text
Haozhe Xie, Hongxun Yao, Shangchen Zhou, Shengping Zhang, Wenxiu Sun. Efficient Regional Memory Network for Video Object Segmentation. CVPR, 2021. as well as the BibTeX cite code below.

@inproceedings{xie2021efficient,
  title={Efficient Regional Memory Network for Video Object Segmentation},
  author={Xie, Haozhe and Yao, Hongxun and Zhou, Shangchen and Zhang, Shengping and Sun, Wenxiu},
  booktitle={CVPR},
  year={2021}
}

Users can also customize the links displayed on the page, such as adding a new link for downloading code.

New Features in 3.x

Starting from WP-BibTeX 3.0, it is now possible to create a WP-BibTeX item with a featured image on the left using the new “highlighted” format.
This can be achieved by adding the img attribute to the existing shortcode. For example: [WpBibTeX type="inproceedings" title="..." author="..." booktitle="CVPR" year="2021" img="/url/to/img"]

Additionally, you can create an overlaid media (such as a GIF or video) when the mouse is hovering by adding the overlay attribute to the shortcode. To ensure compatibility with all devices, you can create a fallback media using the overlay_fallback attribute.
Here is an example of the complete shortcode:

[WpBibTeX type="inproceedings" title="Efficient Regional Memory Network for Video Object Segmentation" author="Xie, Haozhe and Yao, Hongxun and Zhou, Shangchen and Zhang, Shengping and Sun, Wenxiu" booktitle="CVPR" year="2021" paper="https://arxiv.org/pdf/2103.12934.pdf" projectpage="//infinitescript.com/project/rmnet/" img="https://shangchenzhou.com/assets/img/papers/Conf2021_rmnet.jpg" overlay="//infinitescript.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/highlights/research-rmnet.webm" overlay_fallback="//infinitescript.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/highlights/research-rmnet.gif"].

New Features in 2.x

Additionally, it is possible to personalize the links shown on the page. By default, each citation has two links, namely [BibTeX] and [Download PDF]. However, it is now possible to include custom links by accessing the option page.

Suppose a new field is created with a Field Key of code and a Field Name of Download Code. The code attribute is then used in the [WpBibTeX] shortcode as follows:

[WpBibTeX type="article" ... code="https://link/to/the/code"]

After adding this shortcode, a new link, [Download Code], will appear on the page after the [BibTeX] link.

Supported BibTeX Entry Types

Currently, this plugin support following BibTeX entries types:

article

  • Required fields: type, title, author, journal, year
  • Optional fields: volume, number, pages, month, publisher, url, note
  • Short code example: [WpBibTeX type="article" title="Title of the citation" author="First Name1, Last Name1 and First Name2, Last Name2 and First Name3, Last Name3" journal="Journal Name of the citation" year="2016" volumne="1" url="The download link of the article" note="(IF=1.000)"]

book

  • Required fields: type, title, author, publisher, year
  • Optional fields: volume, number, series, edition, month, address, isbn, url, note
  • Short code example: [WpBibTeX type="book" title="Title of the citation" author="First Name1, Last Name1 and First Name2, Last Name2 and First Name3, Last Name3" publisher="Publisher of the citation" year="2016" address="The address of the publisher" url="The download link of the article"]

inproceedings

  • Required fields: title, author, booktitle, year
  • Optional fields: volume, number, series, pages, month, organization, publisher, address, url, note
  • Short code example: [WpBibTeX type="inproceedings" title="Title of the citation" author="First Name1, Last Name1 and First Name2, Last Name2 and First Name3, Last Name3" booktitle="The name of the conference, such as CVPR" address="The address of the publisher" year="2016" note='<span style="color: red">write anything you want</span>']

mastersthesis

  • Required fields: title, author, school, year
  • Optional fields: month, address, url, note
  • Short code example: [WpBibTeX type="mastersthesis" title="Title of the citation" author="First Name1, Last Name1" school="The place where the citation was written" year="2016"]

phdthesis

  • Required fields: title, author, school, year
  • Optional fields: month, address, url, note
  • Short code example: [WpBibTeX type="phdthesis" title="Title of the citation" author="First Name1, Last Name1" school="The place where the citation was written" year="2016"]

unpublished

  • Required fields: title, author
  • Optional fields: month, year, url, note
  • Short code example: [WpBibTeX type="unpublished" title="Title of the citation" author="First Name1, Last Name1"]

Screenshots

  • Output Preview
  • Options Page

Installation

  1. Upload WP-BibTeX folder to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
  3. Enjoy!

FAQ

  1. Who need this plugin?

Researchers who need to display their publications in their homepage can use this plugin to manage and list their works easier.

Reviews

ഒക്ടോബർ 27, 2017
The plugin is so great without database. It can easily generating publications with shortcode. I hope this plugin stays actively updated!
ഒക്ടോബർ 17, 2017 1 reply
An excellent plugin for listing publications. It can generate BibTeX code automatically, it is great!
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Contributors & Developers

“WP-BibTeX” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

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Changelog

3.0.1

  • Fix the bugs causing non-UTF-8 author names cannot display correctly.

3.0.0

  • Support display highlight publications which allows to display an image for a publication.

2.2.7

  • Fix some bugs that cause WordPress fatal errors.

2.2.6

  • Fix the bug when generating Ph.D. thesis BibTeX items.

2.2.5

  • Fix some bugs.

2.2.4

  • Support arXiv publications.

2.2.3

  • Fix bugs causing update failed.

2.2.2

  • Open link in a new window.
  • Remove impact_factor field for journal articles.
  • Don’t display note field in BibTeX.

2.2.1

  • Fix bugs in bibliography style text.

2.2.0

  • Allow use HTML tag in note field.

2.1.0

  • Add field note for add custom text for citations.

2.0.1

  • Fix bugs for PHP version lower than 7.

2.0.0

  • Support customize fields for citations and these fields will be displayed as a link in the page.

1.1.0

  • Highlight the blog owner himself/herself in bibiography text.

1.0.0

  • Complete basic function for convert citation information to BibTex and bibiography style text.