Show Endomondo workout on WordPress with EndomondoWP
Endomondo is a sports community based on free real-time GPS tracking of running, cycling, etc. Bring your mobile on the track and get a complete training log. You can show your workout on WordPress with EndomondoWP
Download the plugin from WordPress Site, install it and add EndomondoWP on page/post.
It’s easy, add the shortcode endomondowp user=“XXXX” and swap “XXXX” with your Endomondo ID. You can found your id on URL of your endomondo profile
(es http://www.endomondo.com/profile/XXXX )
I’m glad to announce the release of a new version with much more views to include in your blog! You can look at this short tutorial to see how it works… Enjoy the show!!!
If you want to control the view, you can add attributes on shortcode, it depends of type of view… for example for last-workout you can add
[[ endomondowp id="
my_id_ewp" user="1234567" type="last-workout" width=500 height=200 ]]
- user: The endomondo User ID
- type: The type of view (default is ‘last-workout’)
- id: unique id of element (default is random number)
- width: the width of page (default is 680)
- height: the height of page (default is 600)
This is the possibe type of views:
If you want to customize the style of view, you can add css and use the hook!!
|The short code||►||HTML|
You can use the EndomondoWP on your plugin! Otherwise you can use it on your current theme. In according to Codex, you can modify the current theme with “Child Themes « WordPress Codex”,
with a new “Page Templates « WordPress Codex” or simply modify directly the php file of theme. In any of this case you can add a invocation of function and you will have same action of shortcode.
Also the parameters of function are the same of shortcode.
Otherwise on your plugin or on your function.php you can add one hook to one of 4 action and you can run your custom code.
The allowed action are show below and all action have the same parameter of do_endomondowp(…) function:
- pre_ewp_show action. It’s called before do_endomondowp(…) function
- post_ewp_show action. It’s called after do_endomondowp(…) function
- pre_ewp_shortcode action. It’s called before invocation of all shortcode [endomondowp ...]
- post_ewp_shortcode action. It’s called after invocation of all shortcode [endomondowp ...]
EndomondoWP can be installed using integrated WordPress plugin installer or manually.
Integrated installation on WordPress plugin installer method
- Go to Plugins > Add New.
- Under Search, type in ’EndomondoWP’.
- Click Install Now to install the WordPress Plugin.
- A popup window will ask you to confirm your wish to install the Plugin.
- If this is the first time you’ve installed a WordPress Plugin, enter the FTP login credential information. If you’ve installed a Plugin before, it will still have the login information.
- Click Proceed to continue with the installation. The resulting installation screen will list the installation as successful or note any problems during the install.
- If successful, click Activate Plugin to activate it, or Return to Plugin Installer for further actions.
Manual installation method
- Upload ’EndomondoWp ’ folder from EndomondoWp.zip file downloaded from EndomondoWp WordPress plugin directory page to the ’/wp-content/plugins/’ directory.
- Activate ’EndomondoWp’ plugin through the ’Plugins’ menu in WordPress.
Nice plugin. Is there any plans to create some sort of “auto post” so you can auto post a new WordPress post for every workout you do? (almost like Endomondo auto posts to Facebook/Twitter)
I have written in Danish and translated it into English with Google Translate. Hope it’s understandable.
It is a great plugin you have made. Have a question to one of the functions.
I am a member of a sports club and would like to make a private challenge between members. But when I use the plugin to display the current ranking on my word press page, it displays an error.
You can see the error on the following link: http://www.pi-aabenraa.dk/udfordringen-2014/
I suppose it’s because my challenge is private and not public, and therefore the plugin does not have access to it.
Do you have an idea of how this can be circumvented?
Hope you have time and want to help.
Is the wordpress endomondo plugin compatible with buddypress? Thanks!
In general if the user can add a shortcode… they can show endomondo data
Good morning. On the Workout List, is it possible to change the distance to miles instead of kilometers? Thanks! This is a great plug-in.
Erm… sorry but this plugin doesn`t work. If i make a post with the shortcode i only see the space and the text “powered by EndomondoWP” and nothing else.
I really enjoy using this Endomondo plugin, but unfortunately it’s not compatible with the WP 4.2.2 version. When will the plugin be updated?
nice plugin.. but its still not working..maybe there is a problem on endomondo’s site??
Love the plugin, I have it working correctly on my website. But the data is being shown in metric on my website, it is set to Imperial measurements in my Endomondo account settings, is there a way for it to display on my website in Imperial?
Hello, I really like this plugin. Is there a possibility to show the info of a specific work-out in a blog post? I see that I only can show last workout but not a specific workout-id.
This is a feature I would like to see as well. Perhaps a
addition tot he short code? (I got the info from looking at the URL)
User would remain the same, workouts would be added as a type and the ID would be the unique number in the individual workout URL.
Yes that would be really great, to capture the “good” ones.
Done in the new version
Is there an solution to integrate all of my workouts as an article in the app
mmh, you can use the workout list for the list of all your workout. But if you want all the track in one unique page the unique mode is “add one short code for any workout”
Very nice plugin. But the dates at what is shown on my homepage is far to old compared to reality. I did some workout this very morning but still it shows my last workout to be in the year 2014. What am I doing wrong?
Very nice and easy to configure plugin. It’s a pity that it is not responsive design. You can see only part of workout in moblie devices.
Hello, I’m happy to read it!
Unfortunately for your question I have bad news. What I’m using is the official Endomondo view and I can’t change it. If Endomondo’s Team will decide to share a different type of technology, for sure I will do the responsive and adaptive view!
Hiya, cool plugin but is there like a login in panel for other users to use?
Thanks, but unfortunately Endomondo does not allow this kind of thing, do what I provided it the best that I can do without any law problem. I hope one day Endomondo will provide a good improvement on this aspect.
Thanks for a great plugin, but unfortunately it does not work when you’re running siteorigins Pagebuilder, Does’nt show at all.
It works when you running normal editor.
I do believe all the ideas you have presented on your
post. They’re very convincing and can definitely work.
Still, the posts are very brief for newbies.
May you please extend them a little from next time?
Thank you for the post.
Great app, works perfectly and the instructions you gave are crystal clear. Thanks, mate!
Do you have a GitHub report for this? I’d like to submit an update that would enable an [embed] code for this. I’d like to simply add the URL to the Endomono workout/profile etc on a new line in my post and have the content automatically embed. Like you can do with a YouTube link. I could create my own plugin to do this but I’d rather support yours. Thanks!