Posts Tagged ‘WordPress Hack’

Pure CSS Asides for WP

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July 17th, 2007
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Pure CSS Asides for WP: Alister has written a post on how to setup pure CSS asides (or Linkyloo in my case, such as this post) on a WordPress blog. The technique is quite interesting and can only be achieved in themes that use the Sandbox as the core. Andy also came up with a similar hack for WordPress.com

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WP Password Reset

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May 22nd, 2007
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Reset your lost WordPress administrator password: Say you have forgotten your admin password AND the WordPress “forgot your password?” link in the admin login screen does not work for one reason or another (such as wrong email address, spam, etc.), you have no access to the database and cannot rattle off MD5 hashes from memory, then you could be in a jam. If you find yourself in this mess, you may upload this highly insecure script to your server, visit the page specified on your blog and follow simple instructions to reset your password to all its previous glory. The admin is sent an email to make sure things are kosher. Also, please remember to delete the file off your server. I can see this turning into a hack epidemic.

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Vista WordPress Gadget

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April 12th, 2007
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Vista WordPress Gadget: Get easy access to the core WordPress activities on your Windows Vista machine with this Vista Gadget for WordPress. Installation and setup should be simple. I was working on a gadget to pull the Planet’s feed but all work came to a grinding halt when I realized that Vista would not work with Cisco LEAP at school (by design I understand, LEAP is too weak) and with Safenet SoftRemote for work. So now it resides on an abandoned hard drive waiting for vendors to come up with solutions. I had it on my laptop for a total of three weeks and beside the atrocious memory requirements, was quite impressed with the product. Sidebar Gadgets are my favorite new feature in Vista and there are some terrific resources to build gadgets for those that are so inclined.

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Greasemonkey: Akismet Auntie Spam

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Greasemonkey: Akismet Auntie Spam This greasemonkey script for firefox makes dumpster diving for comments in Akismet a little less painful. Use this Greasemonkey script to squeeze and style the Akismet Spam page in your WordPress admin and make it easier to fix false positives. Works on hosted WordPress as well as WordPress.com blogs. Thanks to a comment on Paul’s blog

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WP Plugin: Feedburner Feed Stats

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March 2nd, 2007
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Feedburner Feed Stats is a simple plugin that I put together with the ideas (and some of the code) from an article that I was reading yesterday for a WordPress hack of sorts. The idea is good and the code is simple. Since a lot of people like the subscriber statistics offered by Feedburner but want to continue to offer feeds directly through WordPress, if there was a way to pass on every feed request made to WordPress transparently onto Feedburner, Feedburner would be able to gather subscription data. 45n5 came up with the concept and some of the code for the WordPress hack. I took some of that code, some more code from transparent proxy scripts, added a smattering of more code on suggestions from Eric Lunt along with the plugin framework that was already built by Steve Smith and am ready to alpha test my version of the […]

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Weekly WP WishList for 2/13/2007

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This is a new series of weekly posts that will highlight requests that are sent to us from users looking for a certain tool or functionality. In many cases the tools are either just not there, someone has not thought of it yet, not possible to acheive or the solution has been completely overlooked by us. This would a good place for suggestions, links, directions and offers of help. I will not post the requesters contact information unless expressly asked to do so. If you have asked us for help and see your request in the list, please check back this post or subscribe to the comments. If you need help or have a request or a question that you would like added, please use the Contact Form in the top menu or email one of the authors of this blog. There will be a single WP WishList post per […]

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WP 2.1 Hidden Editor Buttons

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February 7th, 2007
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WordPress 2.1 Hidden Editor Buttons An Easter Egg was found by Chris in WordPress 2.1. Just hit alt-shift-v (Firefox) or alt-v (IE) to toggle the advanced editor features/buttons in the TinyMCE WYSIWYG interface. alt-v, instead of alt-shift-v works on my Firefox. Via Reviewsaurus.com Also found via Digg: You can also use alt-shift-n to automatically spell check your post.

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WordPress Plugin Releases for 2/06

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iMP Links is a wordpress plugin that displayed your link collection from in two columns without table. Using unordered list with CSS styling. Persistent Styles allows you to have styles that are supra-theme so you won’t lose them on upgrade/replacement of your theme. WikiMap adds a map with a location to your post, add a map-page to your blog or turn your blog into a fullscreen map-community.

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WordPress Plugin Releases for 2/05

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Single Bookmark Category List displays links in a bookmark (aka blogroll) category within an unordered list tag. Simple Tagging Widget is a Widget plugin to show a tag cloud generated by the WordPress plugin ‘Simple Tagging’. Only works with ‘Sidebar Widgets Plugin’ installed. Post/Comments Time creates a chart that shows the number of posts and comments for the hours of a day. SL Study Motivation enables you to use your WordPress Blog as an Motivator for your Studies. Simple Trackback Validation Plugin for WordPress 2.x performs a simple but very effective test on all incoming trackbacks in order to stop trackback spam. Multi Column Category List generates an alphabetical listing of your WordPress categories in multiple columns. You can choose the number of columns to display, with an option to split up the list of categories by letter.

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