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Allow plugin authors to mark users as plugin supporters on the .org repository

  1. veleno
    Member

    GCal Events List retrieves future events from a public Google Calendar and shows data in a widget.

    GCal Events List retrieve events from Google Calendar and shows data in a widget.

    To make GCal Events List work properly, you have to activate the plugin and paste a public calendar ID in the widget admin panel.

    It requires some other options. Here is the full list of params:

    1. Title (widget title)
    2. Calendar ID (you can find it in the option panel of your Google Calendar)
    3. Order by (possible values are starttime and lastmodified)
    4. Sort order (ascending or descending)
    5. Max results
    6. Start min (a valid date in YYYY-MM-DD)
    7. Start max (a valid date in YYYY-MM-DD)

    For a detailed description of calendar settings, read the Google Calendar Data API reference

    REMEMBER: your Google Calendar must be public, otherwise the widget won't show any event!

    1. Extract gcal_events_list.zip
    2. Upload the plugin folder to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
    3. Activate the plugin through the 'Plugins' menu in WordPress
    4. Configure your GCal Events List widgets through the widgets admin page.
    1. gcal-events-list screenshot 1

      The widget admin panel

    2. gcal-events-list screenshot 2

      The widget rendered in the fornt-end

    0.1: Initial plugin release

    Posted: 6 years ago #
  2. Corey Salzano
    Member

    This is a free version of a plugin with more features. This plugin redirects users to a landing page after publishing a post. Users can also be redire

    This plugin redirects users of your website to any page you like after they publish a new post or log out. You can provide any URL, so the landing pages can even be on a different website altogether. Thank you pages can help coordinate, congratulate or incentivize users who are already interacting with your website. Turn any or all user redirects on and provide a custom URL for each. Visit the "Landing pages" options page under Settings after activating the plugin.

    1. Download landing-page-triggers-free.zip
    2. Decompress the file contents
    3. Upload the landing-page-triggers-free folder to a WordPress plugins directory (/wp-content/plugins)
    4. Activate the plugin from the Administration Dashboard
    5. Visit the options page "Landing pages" under Settings

    Need help? Have a suggestion?

    Visit this plugin's home page

    0.101111

    • First incarnation of the limited but free version
    Posted: 6 years ago #
  3. Naomi C. Bush
    Member

    12345

    Thanks for the response.

    You are correct that there *currently* is not a way to discover legitimate supporters - this idea is proposing that way: allow plugin authors w/ the ability to mark forum posts the ability to mark users as supporters. And yes, this feature should add a new 'Plugins I Support' heading on a user's WordPress.org profile.

    As an aside: Why is this topic completely removed from discovery under 'Latest Ideas' when there is a precedent for ideas that are 'not core' being implemented?

    How can I at least get a 'Maybe Later'? ;-)

    Posted: 4 years ago #
  4. imath
    Member

    BP My Home makes it possible to add moveable and collapsible widgets to BuddyPress Member's home.

    BP My Home requires BuddyPress 1.7+ and adds to it the ability to add moveable and collapsible custom widgets to Member's home (siteurl/members/name_of_user). Logged in users can see their Home and choose in their settings area the widgets they want to use. They can also set their Home to be the homepage of the website.

    4 widgets comes with this plugin (My Feeds, My Notepad, My Comments, My Bookmarks ). Since version 2.0 of the plugin, you can also add regular WordPress widgets as BP My Home now uses the built in WordPress way of managing widgets.

    To set the widgets, the administrator needs to go to the Appearance / Widgets area of his backend to drag and drop the BPMH widgets (or others) into one of the two BPMH available sidebars. In the Settings of the plugin, he can also customize the names and slugs of the plugin.

    This plugin is available in French and English.

    http://vimeo.com/68876253

    You can download and install BP My Home using the built in WordPress plugin installer. If you download BP My Home manually, make sure it is uploaded to "/wp-content/plugins/bp-my-home/".

    Activate BP My Home in the "Plugins" admin panel using the "Network Activate" (or "Activate" if you are not running a network) link.

    Is BP My Home BuddyPress 1.7 ready ?

    Yes, and it works fine in 1.9 beta 2 !

    Is it possible to add a WordPress sidebar widget ?

    Yes, simply drag it into one of the two BPMH sidebars.

    What are becoming the BPMH widgets i've built for the previous version of BP My Home in version 2.0 ?

    It's important to note that they won't be loaded anymore. All the data they've created in usermetas will still be there, and you can easily transform your old BPMH widget in a new one by using the widget skeleton i've put on github.

    If you have more questions

    Use the support forum of this plugin.

    1. bp-my-home screenshot 1

      Example of a user's page.

    2. bp-my-home screenshot 2

      The BPMH sidebars in WordPress Widgets administration

    2.1

    • adapts the (admin) widgets.js for WordPress 3.8
    • fixes the bug about subdomain multisite config and the user setting that allows to make his profile page the home page of the site.
    • fixes a bug when Simple pie doesn't manage to fetch a feed, by stopping the process instead of causing a fatal error
    • now not only blogs the user is member of are available in the widget comment select box, but all blogs.

    2.0

    • BuddyPress 1.7+ ready
    • now uses WordPress built in widgets management
    • customizable names and slugs
    • now uses the WordPress built in jquery-ui-sortable javascript

    1.2.2

    • BP My Home will run on BuddyPress 1.2.9+ and 1.5 !
    • BP My Home is now the default component of the 'siteurl/members/user' area
    • fixing the rss widget bug when using the select box to change feed

    1.2.1

    • fixing the bug when viewing other member area (BP My Home is no more the default component of 'siteurl/members/user' area)

    1.2

    • new widget to display the latest posts of the blogs
    • BP My Home is now the default component of the 'siteurl/members/user' area
    • It's now possible to use this tag <?php if(function_exists('the_bpmh_bkmks_tag')) the_bpmh_bkmks_tag() ;?> to display the "Add to my bookmarks" link on page or post.
    • Widget developers can add translations to widgets using the hook add_action( 'load_widget_language_files', 'your_custom_get_locale_function' ); (check bpmh_example for more infos)
    • I also added 4 hooks so you can easily add content above or under the user widgets or above or under the user settings :
      • add_action ('bp_my_home_before_widgets', 'your_function_to_add_content_above_widgets');
      • add_action ('bp_my_home_after_widgets', 'your_function_to_add_content_under_widgets');
      • add_action ('bp_my_home_before_widgets_setting', 'your_function_to_add_content_above_settings');
      • add_action ('bp_my_home_after_widgets_setting', 'your_function_to_add_content_under_settings');

    1.1.1

    • fixes php warning message bug
    • fixes add to my rss widget bug
    • fixes notepad widget special char bug
    • new widget added : My Comments

    1.1

    • From the BPMH Manager submenu (in the WordPress backend - BuddyPress menu), you can activate the option to display a subscribe tooltip for your rss feed to allow members to add them in their widget My Feeds
    • From the BPMH Manager submenu, you can activate the option to automatically add a link in the blog(s) posts or pages in order to let your members add them to their widget My Bookmarks
    • it is now possible to directly upload a zip archive of a widget from the BPMH Manager submenu
    • new widget added : My Notepad

    1.0

    • Plugin birth..
    Posted: 6 years ago #

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