In case you need to hide the plugin update count (can’t/don’t want to update yet) you can hide it with this. Can be especially useful if you don’t want clients to wander over the the update area.
global $menu, $submenu;
$menu = 'Plugins';
$submenu['index.php'] = 'Updates';
WordPress/TinyMCE will sometimes remove code that you’d rather it not. For example, have you have tried to add a Google Map to a post without the aid of a plugin? You can’t. The iframes aren’t allowed.
Because of this, and a few other similar instances, I wrote a plugin that would let me easily bypass this filters. Continue reading Including Custom Fields Inside Your Post
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. Continue reading Add WYSIWYG controls to a particular custom field
I’ve been trying to come up with some differences between must-use and network-activated plugins. Here’s what I’ve got so far. Please let me know in the comments if I’ve overlooked anything.
Continue reading Must-Use vs Network Activated Plugins in WordPress