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WordPress Plugin Releases for 12/4

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Calendar Cloud displays yearly calendars containing 12 months weighed by their post counts.

fGallery Categories Widget allows you to show a link to the different galleries you made with the fGallery plugin.

Limit Posts Automatically lets you automatically choose when to cut your post excerpts on the front page.

WP-Members restricts WordPress content to be viewable by registered site members.

wp-richcomments lets your blog subscribers attach flickr photos and YouTube videos to their comments.

User Level Themes allows a site administrator to select different themes for users with and without administrative access rights.

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  1. WPUser says:

    You need to indicate when a theme is a pay theme vs a free theme.

  2. Binh Nguyen (15 comments.) says:

    Only Users Level Theme sound useful. Why would u weight the month? Isn’t tag cloud already making your pages too busy?

    fGallery also sound good.

    Limit Posts Automatically… is it as good as Post Teaser?

  3. Keith (7 comments.) says:

    Binh – Thanks for the positive feedback on my User Level Themes plugin! You can check out the official User Level Themes Blog for more information on this plugin. If you have any requests for feature enhancements or you find any bugs you may let me know about them via the User Level Themes Forum.

  4. Shawn Honnick (3 comments.) says:

    I’m looking for a plugin or hack that will make a WordPress site show certain blog content for logged in members and other content–like a static page within WordPress to visitors that are not logged in. I thought maybe WP-Members was this, but it seems to only restrict posts.

    Is there such a plugin or maybe a way to code my WordPress installation to show a static page that exists within WordPress to visitors without showing / giving them navigation / access to blog posts?

  5. Monika (40 comments.) says:

    Hi Keith
    use role manager, you can create new roles and with this feature it is possible to do what you would like to do. But the user have to register to your blog.

    regards
    Monika

  6. cbutlerjr (1 comments.) says:

    Keith, there are a bunch of ways to do that. As Monika says, role manager would work. Or, you could use WP-Members and add the static content into the login area (or change it to be the static content).

    Or if you want a hack, you could simply add a conditional statement to your template using the results of is_user_logged_in (a native WP function), i.e. if true – show one thing, if false – show your static content. Even better, you could use add_action(‘init’, ‘your-function’); and have your function check is_user_logged_in, then redirect users to your static content.

    But again, ultimately, the user has to be registered for the blog. That is a big part of what WP-Members is for – enhancing that process.

  7. Dave (1 comments.) says:

    I like the richcomments plug in. Good for some video review sites.



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