The WP-SeedBank plugin turns any self-hosted WordPress blog into a community seedbank (or seed library). :D

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    Very good! This plugin is actively maintained and the last update was released 3712 days ago.
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    The latest stable PHP 8.3.8 was released on 06 June 2024
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17 April 2014


24 July 2013


  • Version 0.4


<p>The new Seed Exchange request/offer screen. In addition to your post title and content, you use the "Seed Exchange Details" box to fill in the details of your seed exchange posting in a madlibs-style form. You can also use the "Scientific Names" box to categorize your seed according to its biological classification, if you know it.</p>
<p>The Batch Exchange page lets you upload a file to create many seed exchanges at once.</p>
<p>The "Seed Exchanges" screen gives you a heads-up display of all the seed exchange postings. You can click on the links in the column to filter your view; in this screenshot, clicking on "Swap" in the "Exchange Types" link will filter the list so it only displays seed swaps. You can also sort the list according to the Quantity, Seed Expiry Date, or Exchange Expiry Date by clicking on those column headers.</p>

About WP-Seedbank


Why doesn’t my post for, say, Cauliflower show up in the WordPress search?

The Seed Exchange posts you’re creating use WordPress taxonomies, which WordPress doesn’t include in search results by default. This means that if you’re creating a Seed Exchange post for a given vegetable, but the only place the name of this vegetable appears is in the plugin’s custom “Common Name” field (and not in the post’s title or content), then WordPress can’t find that posting based on a simple keyword search. If you’d like to make the WP-SeedBank’s taxonomies searchable, too, we recommend the Search Everything plugin.


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How to install WP-Seedbank

  1. Download the plugin file.
  2. Unzip the file into your ‘wp-content/plugins/’ directory.
  3. Go to your WordPress administration panel and activate the plugin.