The new version of WordPress plugin “Explanatory Dictionary” 1.4. is created. The following updates have been done in this version: Read the rest of this entry »

To activate the plugins that you want to be activated automatically after WordPress installation, copy those plugins to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory, then Read the rest of this entry »

The new version of WordPress plugin “Most Commenting Visitors” 1.2. is created. The following updates have been done in this version: Read the rest of this entry »

on March 31st, 2010

An example for searching text (a word or phrase) in the directory files: Read the rest of this entry »

on March 20th, 2010

This is an image manipulation script that makes the selected photos grayscale and in the case of mouseover the colors are restored. It is easy to use, just put “grayscale” as the classes of the images. It used PHP and JavaScript for developing the script. Read the rest of this entry »

The new version of WordPress plugin “Most Commenting Visitors” 1.1. is created. The following updates have been done in this version: Read the rest of this entry »

The new version of WordPress plugin “Explanatory Dictionary” 1.3. is created. The following updates have been done in this version: Read the rest of this entry »

When building a WordPress site, there are a lot of different bits and bobs to put in place before the theme, and your site, is up and running. Of course, one of the most important parts of your site are your widgets, as they help to provide useful links and sections down your sidebars for any new visitors. Of course, one of the most common, especially if you’re a site with blog or journalistic content, is going to be your categories list.

So, say you’ve got some categories you use privately so you know which posts you used to talk about your IMAP email server, and which ones you used to talk about the times you play Foxy bingo (www.foxybingo.com). If you don’t want these categories to show up, but you do want “everyday”, “going out”, “thoughts on politics” and such to show without costing you the entire widget, there is a solution. Read on to learn how to sort this issue. Read the rest of this entry »

on February 19th, 2010

This is a widget plugin which helps to display the visitors who left the most number of comments in the WordPress blog. Read the rest of this entry »

This plugin adds links after the posts for subscribing to the post author’s posts feed via RSS. So if there are several authors in the blog, but a visitor wishes to subscribe just an author posts feed, this plugin gives that possibility to do it. Read the rest of this entry »

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