Take JSON from URL and convert it to HTML on WordPress page. The plugin parses almost any JSON and allows you to display all data on your website: import data from an API / web service to display it on your website.
- Use the templating engine to display data from the JSON-Feed.
- Define the JSON-Feed url, template for it, and other parameters like number of items to display, caching time, etc.
- Cacher with new option: If the http-API request doesn't work, you can use possibly cached JSON. Set the switch in plugin settings: which API problem should be resolved, how (either an invalid API-http response, or a non-JSON-API response, or both). This is disabled by default for backward compatibility. Recommendation: enable plugins-cacher (for example a few minutes) and select the radio button "If API-http-answercode is not 200 OR sends invalid JSON: try using cached JSON" in the plugin options.
- The template engine inserts JSON data into the template.
- You can use this as a wordpress shortcode inside the page - some additional functions like urlencoding can be called.
- Or use Gutenberg mode: then you won't have the hassle of building a shortcode, testing it, and modifying it. With the Gutenberg block, you can test it in real time and create a shortcode (if you want to stay with the shortcodes)