Posts Tagged ‘wordpress-plugin’

WordPress Developers’ Toolbox

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WordPress Developers’ Toolbox: Smashing Magazine has put together a quite large list of various tips, tricks, tutorials, documentation, resources, themes, design help and everything else in between for WordPress. As a matter of fact, I am surprised that it was not released as an “eBook”. I do wish that the data was organized better, with better linking within the article, better headings, smaller and fewer pictures and a better way to navigate. But the collection is quite large and there is lots of information there to browse through.

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WordPress Plugin Competition 2.5 Winners!

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Thank you for your patience. The judges have been corralled for their results, the results have been tallied, public votes have been added in and tallied and we are finally ready to announce the winners of the WordPress Plugin Competition 2.5 May we have a drum roll please? Thank you prizes: $10 to every participant as a thank you for their hard work and dedication. $250 prize from WPMU First Prize for the best WPMU compatible plugin from Incsub goes to Vote2Publish Consolation prize for the best WPMU compatible plugin goes to WP Wall Consolation Prize Winner is Prelovac 12 month blogclub subscription from Blogalized Copy of OIOPublisher Advertising Plugin Third Prize Winner is WP Easy Uploader $200 Country codes of the world poster Copy of OIOPublisher Advertising Plugin Second Prize Winner is Manageable $700 Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Vegas for the PC and Enemy Territory: Quake Wars Copy of […]

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WordPress Mu Plugin Competition

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August 21st, 2008
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Hot in the heels of our own WordPress Plugin Competition (of which the results should be declared very soon), the folks at WPMU.org are running a WordPress MU plugin competition! The competition is already very much underway, with almost US$1500 worth of prizes already pledged and 8 great plugins submitted, ranging from XML-RPC add ons to simple domain mapping. And there’s still a month to go (entries close September 24th), so get your MU hats on and submit your best and brightest! The process is much the same as at Weblog Tools Collection. Plugin authors can register at the site and write up their own plugins for publication, guidelines and more on that can be found here. Then there will be prizes (and some rather snazzy badges) for judged and peoples choice winners and ranking entries. If you’re interested in adding to the prize pool, Andrew and James would love […]

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WordPress Plugin Releases for 07/05

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July 5th, 2008
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WordPress Plugins

StumbleUpon Favorites StumbleUpon Favorites is a widget based on the default RSS widget that was developed to allow the sharing of bookmarks with blog visitors. This plugin makes it much easier to use and customize the list grabbed from your own StumbleUpon account. Automated Picture Posting Plugin PICS (Picture Increment Cron System) is a WordPress Plugin designed to allow you to automatically post pictures to your WordPress blog at a administrator determined timed interval. WP Wall “Wall” widget that appears in your blog’s side bar. Readers can add a quick comment about the blog as a whole, and the comment will appear in the sidebar immediately (without reloading the page). Live Blogroll This plugin shows a number of ‘recent posts’ for each link in your Blogroll using Ajax. When the user hover above the link the rss feed from the site is automatically detected and a number of recent posts […]

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WordPress Plugin Releases for 6/30

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June 30th, 2008
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WordPress Plugins

Semi-manual Breadcrumb Navigation This plugin allows you to add breadcrumb navigation to your WordPress installation. Unlike other WordPress breadcrumb plugins, this one allows you to manually control the breadcrumb structure. At the same time it takes care of a few things automatically, hence the name. WordPress Exploit Scanner This plugin searches the files and database of your website for signs of suspicious activity. It will not stop someone hacking into your site, but it may help you find any uploaded or compromised files left by the hacker. When a website is compromised, hackers leave behind scripts and modified content that can be found by manually searching through all the files on a site. Some of the methods used to hide their code or spam links are obvious, like using CSS to hide text, and we can search for those strings. Drop Caps Adds mark-up to your posts and pages which […]

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WordPress Plugin Competition Q&A

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How do I start writing on the Plugin Blog and submit my ideas for feedback from readers? After you have registered yourself on the Plugin Blog or if you already have a registration but do not have author permissions, please contact us with your details and a little information about the plugin(s) you are planning to enter into the competition and we will enable your account. This is a security precaution and we apologize for any inconvenience. When should I submit my plugin? We recommend that you submit your plugin to us at the end of the competition. This will give you enough time to test the plugin for any bugs and resolve them. You will have time to look into feature requests from your visitors. This will also ensure that you don’t need to submit multiple bugfixes to us. We prefer receiving a single final version for our records. […]

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WP Plugin: Magnify.net Multimedia Search and Embed

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Magnify.net has released a media search and upload tool in the form of a plugin for WordPress (and for Movable Type). The plugin requires WordPress 2.5 or above and the plugin lets the user search and embed video and images from a variety of networks into their posts. The plugin also provides the ability to shoot and publish videoblog posts using a webcam from within the WordPress and Movable Type platform and users can search and embed video from YouTube, AOL, Yahoo, BlipTV, Metacafe, DailyMotion, Clipsyndicate, Google Video, Veoh, Red Lasso, and more. Install is relatively simple, though it involves more than just uploading one file. The plugin adds a small button to the post page and provides a search and embed interface for the various multimedia elements including a tab for webcam capture and embed. I would imagine a natural extension of this plugin in the form of enabling […]

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Woopra and WordPress: Unofficial Coolness Guide

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April 27th, 2008
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Woopra was opened up to the world at the Dallas WordCamp where I met John for the first time. His talk was not on Woopra but he introduced it to the event in a very short, three minute spiel. Since then Woopra has generated a tremendous amount of buzz in blogging circles. In short, Woopra is a stats tool for websites that lives as an application on your desktop (among other places) and can provide live webstats on your visitors. I like it since it is fast and since the developers gave me an opportunity to look at the insides early on, I have developed quite a fondness for it. They are in growth mode and with the recent upgrade to their desktop client, they can support more locations and are in the process of approving a large number of new users for their service. All of that being said, […]

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WordPress Plugin Uninstall Tool

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January 9th, 2008
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In response to Jeff’s post regarding uninstalling plugins, Andrew Rickmann has created a tool that adds an uninstallation option on the plugins page. The uninstall option will only show up if the plugin has been deactivated and if the plugin author has created an uninstall file. Click image for larger size — Uninstall Option for Hello Dolly Andrew is unsure of the demand for a tool like this, so please let him know your thoughts on having an uninstall option on the plugins page.  Update Jan 11: Andrew has released a second iteration of the uninstall tool.  Click here to check it out.

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