‘CMS’ Category

WordPress Favorite Actions and Custom Write Panels

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October 27th, 2008
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Ozh has written up a nice article on the new WordPress 2.7 Favorite Actions menu and puts out the call to developers to write a plugin that would automagically determine the favorite actions of a particular blogger and populate that menu with those options. That would be a truly useful plugin and I would love to see it. Now that we are talking about the Favorite Actions menu and we know that actions can be removed, is there going to be competition/confusion between plugin authors who want to add a link to their plugin’s admin page to the top of that menu? Anyone plan on writing such a plugin? I recently talked about a tutorial on creating Custom Write Panels in WordPress and thanks to WPCandy, have now found a pretty slick plugin that mimics that feature and adds a lot more. Flutter lets your modify your write page and […]

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WordPress As A CMS Checklist

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July 30th, 2008
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Thord Daniel Hedengren over at Devlounge has published an extensive checklist based on his experience of things to consider when using WordPress as a CMS, especially when it will be used for a client. His post covers a number of different situations you should think about ahead of time before you step into your favorite code editor. According to Thord, there are three things you need to consider before committing to WordPress: 1. Is the functionality needed covered by the WordPress core functions, and/or with the addition of (not too many) plugins? This is usually managing information pages (using Pages), and publishing news/press releases (using Posts). If I need to add a lot of custom stuff, including the custom fields, then perhaps it gets too complicated for the client. 2. Is there a good translation of WordPress available, so that your client can get the backend in their own language? […]

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Newsmashing

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March 28th, 2005
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Blogging News, CMS, LinkyLoo

Newsmashing – The new technique that will change blogging forever (sic) I don’t know about changing blogging, but it would be very useful to be able to post screenshots of an article/page on the internet with sticky notes, drawings and other annotation added on the fly by a web based software or an inline editor. Thanks A Constrained Vision

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Multi User Weblogging: An Overview

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February 22nd, 2005
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Multi User Weblogging: An Overview A very good overview of the multi-user blogging arena. The author covers a the most popular, latest tools available and provides some pros and cons for each. Anil weighs in with his support for the MT community in the comments.

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PLUME CMS

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Plume CMS: Here is another CMS system brought to my attention. It uses PHP and MySql. With a single installation of Plume you can have multiple websites, file management, multiple authors with different rights and websites in any languages thanks to a full utf-8 support. Plume CMS proposes a flexible plugin infrastructure to extend it and is fully accessible with output providing standard compliant code by default. There are some screenshots available and they look a lot like Blogger in many ways. Thanks Michael!

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GBlog

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GBlog: Another PHP based, non-database, simplistic blogging software, and No, this has NOTHING to do with Google. Via: Om

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Textpattern 1.0rc1 Released

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September 20th, 2004
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Blogging News, CMS, General

The original forum release thread can be found here. Download the new version from here. This release candidate, accoring to Dean, is mostly a fix for the backend of things with a few interface tweaks. Look through the complete list of changes in that forum topic above. Changes worthy of note include: Security and authentication fixes New (different) method of installing plugins Less tables, more “webstandardsy” Default pinger now Ping-O-Matic Changes not done yet, but in another RC or two: Theme installation engine Metaweblog xml support Batch image uploads to directly create galleries For Upgraders, dean suggests To upgrade from previous versions, BACK UP YOUR CURRENT INSTALL and simply copy everything in the distro’s /textpattern/ directory into your existing /textpattern/ directory. You will need to re-enter anything you’ve set in /lib/admin_config.php – this nasty step should be eliminated next release. Do not run _update.php! It gets run automatically when needed. […]

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WordPress Multiuser %u203A Home

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September 18th, 2004
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WordPress Multiuser: or WordPress “Mu” is a MultiUser, Smarty templated version of WordPress. I had heard some idle conversation about this version via Donncha, but this is awesome! Via: Wordlog

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Gallina

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September 6th, 2004
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Gallina: Blog by sending yourself an email to your GMail account. Slashdotted, so this might be old news. Via: Digital Media Minute

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