Posts Tagged ‘Plugins’

WordPress plugins update

January 4th, 2010 by Martin

After quite long time I manage to save some time for my WordPress. There was a big gab between versions and there were some new releases of WP. So to be short I updated two public plugins:

There are still two public plugins to update and also I am thinking about releasing some private plugins for free.

Happy using :)

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Never ending problems with Google XML Sitemap plugin

July 30th, 2009 by Martin

From time to time I have some problems with my WordPress installation. It is usually related to upgrade to a new version and plugins of course. It is expect able for plugins to stop working with new version of host code. Most of plugins works well, but Google XML Sitemaps plugin causes a lot of pain to me. I believe it is every upgrade. I am feeling frustrated, because I can not publish or generally manage my posts without ending on blank page. I am not feeling about debugging these issues (sorry), I am feeling more like to reinvent the wheel and write my own plugin. I know that it is not an open source way (no I do not want to fork it), but I think I can make it more simple and better. ;)

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WordPress plugin updates

February 20th, 2009 by Martin

After quite a long period I finally found some spare time for work on my WordPress plugins. I did some small fixes and moved Custom Logo and Plugin List into WordPress Plugin Directory. It is only a beginning. I am working on rest of my plugins and also one brand new plugin. As usually this new plugin idea came from everyday practise ;).

Happy WordPressing :)

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Update to WP-Custom Logo plugin

September 28th, 2008 by Martin

I just released a new version of WP-Custom Logo plugin for WordPress blog engine. Current version is 2.1 and contains some minor fixes. No change in functionality.

You can of course choose between zip file or tar.gz file for download. Feel free to contact me if you have any comments.

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Status of my WordPress plugins after 2.6

July 25th, 2008 by Martin

Well, I like WordPress more and more, especially after version 2.5. But also version 2.6 has many new improvements and usability features. WordPress is really great blog engine. No doubt about it. But back to my point – plugins. User interface of WordPress improved so much, that some of my plugins for enhanced functionality are now not necessary, because now it is part of WordPress core. Like enhanced plugin management for example. Also content management improved, but this is field where I want to stress my WP Enhanced Management Plugin (I am finally finishing work on a new release :)). But I am expecting that more and more this additional functionality (that is useful of course ;)) will be incorporated into core WordPress.

Anyway, I am finishing work on a new release of these plugins (all for 2.6):

All these plugins will be released within couple of days. Not all of them are backwards compatible with 2.4 or older version of WordPress.

Happy blogging :)

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Update on WP Plugins

July 6th, 2008 by Martin

Well I announced my personal WP Weekend, couple of weeks ago. And if you noticed it you are maybe curious about its results or outputs. I did some migration for WP 2.5.1 for all webs that I am running and maintaining and it also forced me to upgrade all plugins that I made (not only that public ones;)). It was quite a loot of work, but I did it. Work is not complete yet, because there are 2 more plugins left for migration. I believe that I will release new versions of my public plugin this weekend. Please if you are interested return in a three or four days for updates.

Happy blogging :)

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My WordPress weekend

June 19th, 2008 by Martin

After very long time being out of WP and related technologies I am announcing WP Weekend. I hope I will fix all my WP plugins to make them work with latest WordPress version (finally ;)). So if you are interested in my plugins, please stay tuned. :)

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Just another WordPress enhancement plugin – WP Enhancement Management

March 19th, 2007 by Martin

Yes I wrote another WordPress plugin. Its idea was inspired by both WordPress Ideas and my own needs. So shortly. This plugin enhances user experience with managing posts/pages/categories. This first release is only Beta, so please check for an updates soon!

Features

Well there is not much to describe, it is really best to take a look at screenshots. Plugin enhances three types of WP content:

  1. Posts – select/unselect all post, deletion of selected posts and possibility to assign selected items to preselected category
  2. Pages – select/unselect all pages, deletion of selected pages
  3. Categories – select/unselect all categories, deletion of selected categories

Technology

All its functionality is done using JavaScript, so it requires browser with enabled JavaScript support. Content items are managed using AJA’X’ approach (’X’ for that I am not using XML for communication with server ;)). Please report me any cross browser issues with JavaScript!

Installation

  • As always simple ;)
  • Unzip plugin and upload it to your WordPress plugin directory
  • Activate plugin using WordPress administration interface and you should be see difference (unless you have disabled JavaScript!)

Usage

You can of course choose between zip file or tar.gz file for download. Feel free to contact me if you have any comments. Happy using.

Update to version 1.11

I did some bug fixing and released an updated version of this plugin. It also covers all reported issues(problems with UpdateMonitorAgent and some more).

Update to version 1.12

Well this new version has only minor changes. I did some enhancements based on comment by Bruce. Shortly. I changed order of categories in select box as well as list not only categories with posts (as WP default), but also empty categories.

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Plugin Update Monitor – my ultimate WP plugin monitoring solution

March 15th, 2007 by Martin

Well I always want to know some statistical data about my WordPress plugins usage. I also wanted some system for notification my plugin users… So I decided to write a small custom system based on WordPress and SOAP using PHP. I already added it to all my plugins so if you are using some of them you will see it in action shortly ;).

Plugin SOAP opera

As I said it is based on SOAP. I distribute each of my WP plugins (or plugins/software I want to monitor) with SOAP client and display notification about updates including priority within administration interface of plugin. That was for client part. Server SOAP part is also implemented in PHP. Now comes the funny part. Administration interface to this monitor is also WP plugin, so as far as all data are stored as WP plugin tables(using server side SOAP) it was quite easy to integrate it WP stylish quickly.

What it can do

Now what it can do. It simply tracks plugin update requests. It also allows you to manage plugins and store/view its history. I think you can see it from following screenshots. This plugin is only for my internal use, but if you are interested contact me.

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Update

SOAP sounds sexy but there was problem with SOAP support on servers where my plugin client was running… Not on all of them, but it is a issue. I am already working on some client side SOAP implementation as alternative. I also added support for displaying of my WP plugins ticket at Mantis bug tracking system I use. It is just a view, but it helps ;). You can see it at last screenshot.

This plugin is still under development and I will post updates here…

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My new WordPress plugin – WP Enhanced Plugin Manager 1.0

March 7th, 2007 by Martin

Yes I wrote another WordPress plugin. Its purpose is simple – add some additional functionality to WordPress default plugin management. Its original idea came from discussion here and I am already thinking about Backup/Restore plugin activity configuration as new feature for next version of this plugin ;).

All its functionality is done using Javascript, so it requires browser with enabled Javascript support. Plugins are activated using AJA’X’ approach (‘X’ for that I am not using XML for communication with server ;)). Please report me any cross browser issues with Javascript!

Update

Ok, I did some bug fixing and released an updated version of this plugin with support to Save/Load configuration as well as export. I know that export sounds strange, but I will be working on import functionality as well ;).

Installation

  • Unzip plugin and upload it to your WordPress plugin directory
  • Activate plugin using WordPress administration interface and you should be see difference (unless you have disabled Javascript!)

Usage

You can of course choose between zip file or tar.gz file for download. Feel free to contact me if you have any comments. Happy using.

Update to version 1.1

Ok, I did some bug fixing and released an updated version of this plugin with support to Save/Load configuration as well as export. I know that export sounds strange, but I will be working on import functionality as well ;). It also covers all reported issues(IE7 JS error, problems with UpdateMonitorAgent and some more).

Screenshots

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