As of WordPress 3.2, this implementation can be finicky – mostly an issue with inserting images into the right editor.
However, WordPress 3.3 (as of this note, is in beta 2) in getting an Editor API which will make adding 2nd (and 3rd…) editors to a single page much more reliable. If you don’t see me post an update by the end of the year – 3.3 has a tentative release date of sometime near the end of November 2011 – ping me here or on twitter @trepmal.
I work with a lot of less-than-tech-savvy people. Explaining how to use custom fields on their WordPress site is scary for both of us…
So I’ve been working on this plugin, this is definitely still rough around the edges, so if you spot any major issues, please let me know. (more…)
If you’re trying to style nested items in
wp_list_pages() the task can be daunting. You’ll apply a style to an
<li> then have to unapply those styles for the nested
<li>s, and if you’re dropdowns get any deeper, you CSS can become overwhelming. It’s a little better if you don’t care about IE, because then you can use those fancy CSS selectors like
ul > li, or
ul li > li to target certain depths. But if you’re stuck fighting with IE, maybe this will help.
Just a shell of a plugin for quick testing. Doesn’t do anything out of the box except create a page under Settings called “Empty Plugin”.
This has moved to its own page: https://trepmal.com/plugins/easy-random-quotes/
Add your own selection of quotes and pull them randomly into posts or pages with a shortcode, or into the template with template tags.
It also has a widget!
Easily change the colors of the metabox headers using a simple page in the admin area.
Currently submitting plugin to the WordPress repository, will post a link (hopefully) soon. (more…)
Maybe it’s just me, but grabbing the ID for a specific blog in WordPress Mu is way too many steps. This cheezy little plugin just puts the ID under the Site Admin menu as a dead menu item. Nothin’ fancy, but it saves time.
Update: I recommend using my completely new version Add New Default Avatar. Click the link to go check out the details. This plugin is no longer being maintained.
Not happy with the default avatar options built into WordPress? Neither was I (actually, I never gave it much thought – someone else pointed it out to me).
So, I put my fingers to work and made a plugin that will allow you to a new picture and set it as the fall-back options for commenters without gravatars. Other features include:
- Enable/Disable without activating/reactivating
- WPMU compatible
Questions/Comments/Issues? Let me know in the comments. (more…)