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Onedrive for Business Display for WordPress

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SKU: o365 onedrive display Categories: , , Requires: WordPress 4.0 or higher Compatible up to: WordPress 5.6


The “OneDrive for Business Display for WordPress” plugin is used to show OneDrive for business files and folders online in WordPress. The display types are grid view and list view.
We have created a shortcode with several configuration options to achieve this functionality.

The below shortcode configuration will show the contents from a specific OneDrive for Business folder and it’s associating subfolders in a custom grid view with lightbox support.

{o365_onedrive_view folderid="1faPsd4" template="view.php" title=" " pagination="" subfolders="yes" sort="name" maxresults="10" columns="name,size,id,lastModifiedDateTime,createdBy,folder" userbinding="yes" id="o365"}


  • Support for any OneDrive folder and it’s subfolders.
  • Define a custom template or use several that we provided to customize the look and feel of your file displays.
  • Show the preview of documents generated by OneDrive for business in the display.
  • Define “maxresults” amount for the display.
  • Support for pagination in displays.
  • Define the OneDrive for business columns to be shown in or make available in your display.
  • Multiple OneDrive for business display shortcodes on the same WordPress page.
  • Public and private display support for lists in WordPress.

Some reasons to use this solution:

  • Great for adding organizational data to your website that you want to be hosted from your OneDrive for business service, that could also be related to other business processes in office 365.
  • OneDrive for business folders and files can be created and modified from the OneDrive for business mobile application provided by Microsoft.
  • OneDrive for business folders and files can be configured to show publicly or can be private, requiring the user to login to view the items.


  • Office 365 with OneDrive for business service.
  • Office 365 User with Global Administrator role.
  • WordPress Website with Administrator access.
  • Some CSS tweaking.

Change Logs

Onedrive for Business Display for WordPress – 2.0
  • New: Upload image (Allowed users to upload the files to OneDrive from WordPress without login to Onedrive.)
  • New: Search Form (Added search form to filter the OneDrive items.)
  • New: Sub Folders (Added support to show parent and subfolders data.)
February 4, 2020
Onedrive for Business Display for WordPress – 1.4
  • New: Custom templates (Added support for custom template from theme files so users can create the templates as per there requirements and based on theme layout.)
  • Fix: warning (Removed PHP warnings.)
  • Fix: Minor bugs
November 21, 2019
Onedrive for Business Display for WordPress – 1.3
  • New: Public or Private view (Added parameter in the shortcode to show the data to logged in or guest users.)
  • New: Multiple shortcodes (Updated plugin to added multiple shortcodes on the same page.)
July 25, 2019
Onedrive for Business Display for WordPress – 1.2
  • New: Preview image (Added item thumbnail image before item for item preview.)
  • New: Pagination (Added pagination to grab the data in chunks from OneDrive.)
February 26, 2019
Onedrive for Business Display for WordPress – 1.1
  • Fix: Redirect URL mismatch issue
  • Fix: layout issues in IE (Fixed messed up layout issues in internet explorer.)
  • Fix: Responsive issue (Fixed layout issues for all devices.)

November 8, 2018
Onedrive for Business Display for WordPress – 1.0
  • New: Show OneDrive Folder items (Show OneDrive files to WordPress without login to OneDrive account using the simple shortcode.)
  • New: Limit results (Show limited results by max result parameters for better layouts that fit your theme structure.)
  • New: Show items with pagination ( Show pagination so the user can view all the files.)
July 6, 2018
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