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Amaplug – Amazon WordPress Plugin (Miscellaneous)

This plugin displays bestseller lists and single products on your WordPress posts and pages. You can search (and show) products with specific category, browse node id or a simple keyword. Amaplug is using the Amazon Product API.


  • 2 different shortcodes for displaying bestseller lists or single product
  • Available languages are german and english (custom translation possible – files included)
  • Displayed data is completly in order with Amazon terms of service (currentness of data)
  • Compatible to the following Amazon pages: de|com|co.uk|ca|fr|co.jp|it|cn|es|in|com.br
  • Every product link will include your tracking id to receive sale commissions
  • Shows current price, sale (if available), star ratings and some more
  • Custom fields available – get additional data und use it in template
  • 3 different styles (silver, light and dark yellow) available
  • Automatic updates via your WordPress dashboard supported
  • Easy configuration. No expert knowledge needed!
  • Clean code well documentated
  • Clean configuration (admin) panel
  • Full responsive functionality

Plugin requirements

Before installing the plugin, please check that the following conditions are met on your server:

  • PHP 5.4 or greater
  • MySQL 5.0.3 or greater
  • WordPress 3.4 or greater (tested up to 4.1.1)
  • PHP curl and/or PHP fopenenabled

Change Log

2015, January, 12 - v 1.0.0
- Initial release


Redux Framework – https://reduxframework.com/; Container Queries Prolyfill – https://github.com/ausi/cq-prolyfill; Amazon ECS PHP Library – https://github.com/Exeu/Amazon-ECS-PHP-Library; Plugin Updater Class – http://autohosted.com/


Our demo with some shortcodes can you finde here: http://demo.amaplug.de/

Quick Start

Install, Setup, Usage :) You can use now two kinds of shortcodes – inside posts, pages or something else.

For Single Item you can use:

[amaplug_single keyword=”YOUR_ASIN_OR_ISBN”]

For Bestseller List you can use:

[amaplug_bestseller keyword=”CATEGORY_OR_NODE_ID_OR_KEYWORD”]

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