CloudWok WordPress Plugin
You can add the CloudWok WordPress plugin to your WordPress blog to receive file uploads from your website visitors in your cloud storage (e.g., Dropbox or Google Drive).
- After installing and activating the plugin, click on the “Settings” menu in your admin area and select “CloudWok”.
- Then you can add the shortcode (e.g., [cloudwok ref=1]) into the blog post texts or page texts and the CloudWok upload widget will be loaded at that location in your text.
Unfortunately, in some cases of custom WordPress installations, the plugin cannot be installed successfully, resulting in an empty reference [cloudwok ref=0] instead of [cloudwok ref=1] when you want to create your first new embed code on the “Settings” page. Since some users have experienced these issues and there is no easy way for us to fix it, we are going to collect alternatives for how you can add the CloudWok file upload widget to your WordPress site.
Embedding CloudWok into WordPress with Script ‘n Styles
Then I clicked on the “Hoops” tab, which works similar to the CloudWok shortcode, i.e., you can enter HTML and then reference it via a shortcode in your blog posts or pages. The figures below show the HTML code that I added and how I used the shortcode in a blog post.
This worked! The CloudWok file upload widget shows up on the blog post.
Limitations of Script ‘n Styles: