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  1. kwiat
    Member

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    Please implement a feature that allows me to switch on a 301 status code for my whole blog.

    Not at least for WordPressMU this would free a huge amount of unused domains and weblogs - for example for lots of people start blogging somewhere at wordpress.com and then move with wordpress.org's CMS to their own webhosts.

    Search engines would then - as users directly acessing the old blog - be fair and correctly forwarded to the new weblog and bloggers can keep the publicity they have received in the current search engine's index.

    Thank you very much.

    Posted: 10 years ago #
  2. trevorturk
    Member

    This plugin allows you to dump the content of your WordPress Pages onto a single webpage. Enable the plugin and append "?page_dump=1" to your site's U

    This plugin allows you to dump the content of your WordPress Pages onto a single webpage. Enable the plugin and append "?page_dump=1" to your site's URL like so: "http://example.com/?page_dump=1" to see the results.

    Posted: 9 years ago #
  3. majelbstoat
    Member

    Random header images tied to Gengo post groups. Based on code from the Random Header plugin by Kamiel Martinet. Licensed under the MIT License, Copy

    Random header images tied to Gengo post groups. Based on code from the Random Header plugin by Kamiel Martinet. Licensed under the MIT License, Copyright © 2006 Jamie Talbot.

    Posted: 9 years ago #
  4. vertino
    Member

    The Category Cloud Widget is a widget that displays your categories as a tag cloud in your sidebar.

    The Category Cloud Widget is a widget that displays your categories as a tag cloud in your sidebar.

    1. Firstly, if you are running WordPress 2.1 or lower, please make sure you have the Widget plugin available at http://automattic.com/code/widgets/
    2. Copy category-cloud.php to your plugins folder, /wp-content/plugins/widgets/
    3. Click the 'Activate' link for Category Cloud Widget on your Plugins page (in the WordPress admin interface)
    4. Go to Presentation->Sidebar Widgets and drag and drop the widget to wherever you want to show it.
    5. Use the configuration menu to customise the widget.

    How do I find the widget configuration menu?

    In the WP Admin, navigate to Presentation->Sidebar Widgets. Click on the small configure icon in Category Cloud widget; Edit options to suit your requirements; Save changes; Done.

    Does this work with the Sidebar Modules (SBM) plugin?

    Yes, it should work fine with the latest version of SBM. Just remember that you will need to activate the widget via the Plugins panel.

    Can I modify the permalinks of the category URLs?

    No you can't. That is beyond the scope of this plugin.

    How do I change the colour of the links?

    Since every WordPress Theme is styled differently, sometimes the CSS styles aren't applied to the Category Cloud widget. If you are experiencing any problems with the style (i.e. the colour of the links), add the following CSS rules to the style.css file in your theme:

    .catcloud a {color:blue;}
    .catcloud a:hover {color:red;}
    

    Make sure that you change the colour values above to match your theme's style/colour-scheme.

    My theme puts each category link on a new line, how can I stop this?

    Sometimes theme developers do include CSS style rules that force each hyperlink in your sidebar to be on a new line. The easiest way to prevent that from happening is to add the following CSS rule to your style.css file in your theme:

    .catcloud a {display:inline!important;}
    

    I can't find the configuration menu for the widget!

    For more information about how to administer and configure your widgets, please refer to the WordPress documentation:

    http://codex.wordpress.org/Widgets_SubPanel http://automattic.com/code/widgets/use/

    Examples

    You can see this in action on my site: http://leekelleher.com/linklog/

    Special Thanks

    Thank you to Matt Kingston, as this widget was based on his Weighted Categories plugin. Thanks to Peter Hasperhoven for introducing the 'minimum number of posts' option.

    Posted: 9 years ago #
  5. mattvapor
    Inactive

    Thanks for the plugin! Works very well! Currently use it on our project blog: http://blog.clickonline.org.au

    Thanks again! :)

    Posted: 9 years ago #

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