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WordPress Plugins. Typically created for my own use, but once in a while something comes along that should just be done to be done.
The Post Password Token Plugin has been updated for compatibility with WordPress version 3.4 and newer (tested up to 3.5 alpha). In 3.4 the post-password cookie was updated to contain an encrypted value, something that was probably long overdue, and caused the PPT plugin to fail in authenticating the post. All is well now. Update […]
FINALLY! WordPress 3.3 support is up for the TextMate Bundle. This is pretty much an update to the function definitions to add in new functions that were added in WordPress 3.3. I’ve been out of the WordPress loop for a little while now and I’m not up to speed to what some of the new […]
We’re all excited to see that TextMate 2 Alpha has been released. It was a long wait but by the looks of the Alpha it appears that the wait wasn’t wasted. There’s plenty to be happy about with the Alpha. I’ve been doing some cursory testing with the WordPress Bundle and so far it appears […]
WordPress 3.1 RC is here, so I figure its time enough to issue an update my [recently neglected, sorry ’bout that, its been busy] WordPress TextMate Bundle. All function definitions have been updated to the 3.1 RC code base. There is a tag for the 3.0 branch as it sat this afternoon. No new features […]
I just updated the WordPress TexMate Bundle with some new features. Cron/Scheduled Events I’ve never really worked with the built in Cron in WordPress but have heard others talk about how much of a pain it is. After recently reading a Sitepoint.com article on scheduling events I was able to get the jist of it. […]
Today marks the release of WordPress 3.0 and with this release the WordPress TextMate Bundle is ready for it. The bundle had been updated to support the new features in WordPress 3.0 including, but not limited to: custom post types, featured images, and WordPress MU integration. The menu has been rearranged a little bit and […]
The WordPress TextMate Bundle was just updated to include support for internationalizing strings. Its not terribly obvious how the feature can be used, so I thought that I’d do a quick outline of its features. The goal of adding this support was to make it as seamless as possible to integrate with your coding style. […]
I’m happy to announce that version 1.2 of the Post Password Token plugin for WordPress is ready to go and available for download from the WordPress Plugin Library. If you already have it installed you just might have an upgrade notice on your plugins page. Version 1.2 adds support for Custom Post Types and allows […]
Look, ma, we’re famous! Ok, not really. Thanks to the guys (and gals?) over at Bare Bones my WordPress Clippings for BBEdit are now listed on the Official BBEdit Clippings Library page. Now I’ll have to see if I can talk them in to some kind of developer discount as I haven’t had a chance […]
I can actually say that I’m timely on this one! The WordPress TextMate Bundle and the WordPress Clippings for BBEdithave been updated for WordPress 2.9 “Carmen”. There wasn’t a lot that changed as far as the bundle is concerned, most of it being about a shift in line numbers of where the functions are located […]
The Post Password Plugin plugin for WordPress has been updated to version 1.1. This new version adds a feature to hide all password protected posts from anything but direct access. With this option enabled password protected posts will not be pulled from the database unless the post is accessed directly. This allows for truly hidden […]
The Post Password Token Plugin for WordPress has been updated to version 1.0.2. This includes a minor bug fix for a permissions error when using the link from the plugins page to access the plugin options. If you’re not experiencing issues there’s no immediate need to update. Accessing the plugin from the link in the […]
November 10, 2009 | Plugins | Comments Off on Post Password Token Plugin for WordPress updated
This post is to introduce the WordPress Post Password plugin. This is a plugin designed to allow users to access password protected content without having to enter the password. This plugin was built based on an idea from, and in cooperation with, Gordon Brander. The concept is simple: when a post is given a password […]
September 8, 2009 | Plugins | Comments Off on WordPress Post Password Token plugin
Maybe you noticed already, maybe you didn’t (I’ll wager on the latter 😉 ) that recently this site got new source code highlighting in posts. Or, should I say, that it GOT source code highlighting in posts. I had made a simple Script Source viewer a while back. Something simple and straight forward that I […]
As the name implies this is a TextMate bundle to assist with WordPress development. Where I work we’re on WordPress almost every day doing this or that and it gets pretty tedious to not only remember the schizophrenia that is PHP syntax, but the schizophrenia that is my own code as well as the schizophrenia […]
After a while of using and not using this plugin I decided that it needed an update. The previous version would simply insert paragraphs of lipsum but now the plugin is set up to return a few helpful elements as well.