February 25th, 2010
The plugin provides a variety of settings that can be accessed in the WordPress admin section:
- Control the languages in the dropdown and the text of the various UI elements.
- Enable Google Analytics tracking for translation events.
- Use new button imagery, or disable images altogether, opting for text-only links.
- Confine the translation to the post/comments, or translate the entire page.
- Disable the cookie, or allow the plugin to translate all the pages on your site automatically.
- And more…
September 29th, 2009
Yet Another Featured Posts Plugin provides an easy-to-use interface for featuring specific posts in a WordPress blog. After installing the plugin, you can feature and unfeature posts by clicking on each post’s ‘featured star’ in the WordPress edit posts page.
Yet Another Featured Posts Plugin has a variety configuration options, allowing you to control a number of display options as well as which users can feature posts. For developers YAFPP allows several output options besides the default: it can return a data array, modify the next query for WordPress’ the_loop(), and or return formatted data (which can be easily formatted through the admin panel).
Download Yet Another Featured Posts Plugin (YAFPP)
Read the documentation
How to use YAFPP
To start, download YAFPP and upload it to your site’s wp-content/plugins/ directory. Activate the plugin and go to the posts listing in your WordPress admin … Read more…
March 13th, 2008
This WP plugin is kind of pointless, since you can modify text capitalization via the CSS text-transform property: lowercase, capitalize and uppercase are all options. more info
While doing some WordPress customization recently, I ran into a problem forcing lower case output for the month headers in my blog archives.
It seems like a simple task but it turns out the WordPress templating engine prevents you from returning any strings from functions while within a template. You can use all the PHP you want, and call any function you want, but the functions in the end work by echo’ing out a result, rather than returning it. This seems like a pretty good security move, but it turns out to be pretty annoying when you’re used to object oriented code and you want to do something simple like make an … Read more…