AcademicPress is a WordPress Plugin making academic citations and references on the Net easier: automatic formatting, building up complex lists of recent publications, footnotes and more to come (e.g. connecting to bibliography database servers). This plugin is best suited for anyone wishing to make proper citations, e.g. for researchers, institutions, universities, faculties, research groups, professionals in the industry, academic publishers, or anyone else.
Important Notice: This plugin has been created due to a split of the upcoming plugin Netblog 3.0: handling bibliographies, footnotes and other academic related stuff has been moved into this new plugin. Note that AcademicPress is not backwards compatible with Netblog 2.
Manage Bibliographic Citations
Academic Press supports Apa, Chicago, Harvard, MLA, Turabian and a built-in citation style to automatically format your references. When doing inline citations,
either use automatic formatting or contextual formatting so that your citation perfectly fits into your sentence. A simple shortcode is perfectly
fine to display the table of bibliography below your posts. More about Citations
Import/Export Popular Bibliographic Formats
This feature is in development.
Use BibTex, Endnote, Medline, RIS or other popular formats to display citations on your posts.
Use the powerful scripting engine to import data from these formats, working with these data sets (search, sort, extract, merge) using
collections, and finally to export data from a collection to other formats.
Dynamically hide additional content to improve the flow of your articles. Custom numbering formats include numeric, alphabetic (lower and upper case),
roman (lower and upper case), and greek (lower and upper case). Table of footnotes is automatically displayed at the end of each post, supporting
several options. More about Footnotes
Fast and Lightweight Plugin
Academic Press has been designed to be lightweight (use of a clean modern programming convention).
It does not create additional database tables: all data are stored in WordPress posts by using shortcodes, or in external resources (optional).
This plugin comes with a “VirtualBox” to test your shortcodes on the fly while writing articles, thus you can easily check correct citations.
You can use this VirtualBox to easily convert between BibTex, Endnote or other formats.
Clean Programming, Extendable
This plugin has been redesigned from ground up to make it as fast as possible, and to reflect latest features of the WordPress API. It can be extended to add custom citation styles, for example.
A data stream to bibliographic servers to more easily search for references, or to store the results (i.e. collections) on
external resources (e.g. bibliographic servers). And much more languages. And custom citation styles.