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  1. spiritfly
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    This plugin convert macedonian cyrillic characters in post titles into latin characters. You can use this plugin for creating human-readable links.

    It converts the Macedonian cyrillic characters of the title posts into latin to build better, readable and Search Engine Friendly urls.

    For example:

    Lets say you want your wordpress to be in Macedonian. So you intall wordpress, install the Macedonian language files, translate the template menus and stuff to Macedonian, but after your first post with title: "Здраво Свет!" you noticed that the url of that post has become something like:

    http://www.mkwordpress.com/%C7%E4%F0%E0%E2%EE%20%D1%E2%E5%F2

    instead of the good for eyes url:

    http://www.mkwordpress.com/zdravo-svet/

    This happens because cyrillic characters are not supported in urls and so the code translates them into browser readable language. Now this has two main disadvantages:

    1. It's not good for visitors, because it doesn't look human, and some may even think they have been hacked (yup, there still are paranoic people out there :) )
    2. It is bad for search engines. Let say someone writes the phrase "zdravo svet" on google and if you have your urls set up with this plugin then you will rank higher.
    1. Upload mk-to-lat.php to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
    2. Activate the plugin through the 'Plugins' menu in WordPress
    3. Go to Options->Permalinks and change from Standard to Custom and in the field below add:

    /%category%/%postname%/

    Thats it. If you have any previous posts with cyrillic titles, you may have to edit and save them again for the url friendly urls to appear.

    Why wouldn't I simply use urls like /%C7%E4%F0%E0%E2%EE%20% in them?

    1. It's bad for your visitors. It's disrespectful and unprofessional because it doesn't look human. Some may even think they have been hacked or something(yup, there still are paranoic people out there :) )
    2. It is bad for search engines. Let say someone writes the phrase "zdravo svet" on google and if you have your urls set up with this plugin then you will rank higher.

    Why did you made this plugin?

    Because I love my country Macedonia, MACEDONIA for the MACEDONIANS! :)

    A brief Markdown Example

    Ordered list:

    • Build Search Engine Friendly URLS
    • Don't scare other Macedonian citizens by providing long and unreadable urls

    Here's a link to Technoish. You can use the Contact Us button or the Forums to get in touch.

    Pozdrav! :))

    Posted: 8 years ago #
  2. DeannaS
    Member

    This plugin provides a way for site admins to allow blog creators more options for blog name (less restrictive than built-in defaults).

    When non-site admins sign up for a new blog via the wp-signup.php page, they are subjected to the following restrictions on their site name (that site admins are not subjected to):

    * No dashes are allowed.
    * No underscores are allowed.
    * The name can not be all numeric.
    * Name must be at least 4 characters long
    

    This plugin allows site admins to override each of those restrictions, toggling yes/no for the first three settings, and adding a minimum length for the name.

    This plugin only affects blog creation via the sign up page. It does not affect blog creation via site admin -> blogs -> new blog

    1. Place the cets_blog_name_restrictions_override.php file in the wp-content/mu-plugins folder.
    2. Set parameters via Site Admin -> Options
    1. Can I set a minimum length of greater than 4 characters. No - the plugin works by filtering the error codes returned from WordPress. No error code is returned if the name is more than 4 characters long.
    1. wpmu-blog-name-restrictions-override screenshot 1

      Administrator's option settings.

    2. wpmu-blog-name-restrictions-override screenshot 2

      User View of underscore or dash error in blog name creation.

    3. wpmu-blog-name-restrictions-override screenshot 3

      User View of default length error in blog name creation.

    1. Updated the error code checking and error codes to use WP3.0 site language.
    Posted: 7 years ago #
  3. Just another event management plugin.

    Wait for stable release. This is not yet mature. Dangerous.

    What about foo bar?

    Do not ask me.

    Posted: 7 years ago #
  4. Show yahoo pictures in your blog posts or anywhere in your template. Simple add the plugin tag to your template. Customize the picture output with a "

    Show yahoo pictures in your blog posts or anywhere in your template. Simple add the plugin tag to your template. Customize the picture output with a "keyword".

    1. Upload jb-yahoopics.zip to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
    2. Unzip the file.
    3. Activate the plugin through the 'Plugins' menu in WordPress
    4. Open up your blog template (single.php) and add this code: <?php echo yahooPicsShow("some keyword","0","8"); ?>, a few lines below the_content() line. Replace the some keyword with a keyword for pictures you want to show.

    Visit: http://www.jimmyburnett.com/jb_yahoopics for more detailed instructions.

    Where can I get more help?

    You can get more help here: http://www.jimmyburnett.com/jb_yahoopics

    Who made this plugin?

    I did. :-)

    1.0

    • Initial release.

    Arbitrary section

    A brief Markdown Example

    Ordered list:

    1. A plugin to easy show related pictures in your blog posts or on anywhere in your template.

    Posted: 7 years ago #

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