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  1. Krzysztof Furtak
    Member

    Plugin shows/indicates progress that has been made on projects or articles.

    Plugin shows/indicates progress that has been made on projects or articles. KKProgressbar 2 is a totally new uncover of my plugin. This plugin allows you to show the progress made on your projects. The new version (2.x) segregates projects and tasks so that you can see which tasks need to be completed to finish a project. In premium version the number of projects and tasks that can be added is unlimited. Users of the old plugin (1.1.x Free and 1.3.x Premium) do not need to be worried as I took care of them as well. New plugin will detect his older friend and convert the data to the new version under the condition that user allows for it.

    Options in that version are fairly limited as compared to professional version, however, plugin has the same possibilities as version 1.1.3 with some new updates.

    Please find below all the options that you can get by purchasing professional version:

    • Unlimited number of projects that can be added

    • Much more advanced option of adjusting the display of progressbar to your personal needs

    • Free-of-charge support

    • Free and frequent updates providing new options to the plugin.

    If you are willing to support my work or you are looking for more options, feel free to purchase professional version of the plugin.

    DEMO: http://krzysztof-furtak.pl/kk-progress-bar-2

    PREMIUM VERSION: http://codecanyon.net/item/kk-progressbar-2/916225?ref=KrzysztofF

    Author Site: http://krzysztof-furtak.pl

    Thank you for choosing my product! Do not hesitate to contact me in case of any further questions or concerns.

    1. Unpack files from the patch you have purchased.
    2. Copy folder 'kkprogress' to a folder on your own server. To do it you might want to use programs meant for establishing connection with FTP server (personally, I would recommend FileZilla program. You can find guide on how to use it here). All the data needed for establishing connection with FTP server should go together with a purchased server.
    3. Next, log in to the administrative panel of your blog.
    4. Go to the tab called 'Plugins'.
    5. Find plug-in called 'KK Progressbar' and click on 'Activate'
    6. On the left hand side, 'KK Progressbar' tab should appear. From that tab, you can manage your plug-in.

    How to add a project?

    1. Go to 'Add/Edit Project' tab.
    2. Fill out a form.
    3. Click on 'Add new task' button if you want to add a task to a project right away.
    4. Continue on filling out the form. At this point you can add as many tasks to a project as you wish.
    5. Click on 'Save project'.

    How to add a task to an existing project?

    1. Go to list of projects.
    2. Click on 'Edit' button which is next to a project that you want to edit.
    3. You should be now moved to a tab of project edition.
    4. Click on 'Add new task'.
    5. Fill out a form and click on 'Add task'.
    6. Task will be saved automatically. There is no need to save the entire project.

    How to save a colour in settings?

    1. Click on a random setting field to choose a colour.
    2. You should be prompted with a window where you can a colour from.
    3. Click on a coloured icon to save the changes.
    1. kkprogressbar screenshot 1

      Administration

    2. kkprogressbar screenshot 2

      Add progress bar

    3. kkprogressbar screenshot 3

      Article / Widget

    4. kkprogressbar screenshot 4

      Settings

    5. kkprogressbar screenshot 5

      Add project

    1.1.4.2

    • FIX: Cannot use in sub directory wordpress install

    1.1.4

    • NEW: Totally new uncover of my plugin.

    1.3.2 Hotfix

    • FIX: Plugin has been adjusted to a new WordPress version (v.3.1)
    • FIX: Corrected progressbar display in edit window

    1.3.1 Hotfix

    • FIX: Issue with a framed cloud showing up has been fixed
    • FIX: Russian translation has been updated

    1.3

    • NEW: Tag allows you to either turn a cloud on or off
    • NEW: Editor which allows to change progress bar description
    • NEW: Option which allows to turn off message showing progress of project
    • NEW: Adding translation in Russian
    • FIX: Problem with apostrophes and quotation marks has been fixed
    • FIX: Function centering cloud with description has been fixed
    • FIX: Correction of Polish translation

    1.2

    • NEW: Cloud with description that shows while pointing on progressbar (in two versions)
    • NEW: Additional settings
    • NEW: Settings validation
    • NEW: Box in which people that helped in translation will be listed
    • CHANGE: New way of saving options
    • CHANGE: New look for progress windows that are used for editing
    • FIX: Corrected plugin internationalization

    1.1.2

    • CHANGE: Plugin is fully based on Ajax (no need to reload a page ).
    • CHANGE: Modified view of plugin settings.
    • FIX: Plugin bug causing issues under WordPress 3.0

    1.1.1

    • FIX: Settings save

    1.1

    • NEW: Some settings for progress bar looks

    1.0.1

    • FIX: Some bug in javascript functions

    1.0

    • NEW: Beta release
    Posted: 6 years ago #
  2. sveinhansen
    Member

    This plugin allows an admin to create simple table reports from the usermeta database table.

    Very simple reporting on usermeta data.

    Will appear in the Settings menu in the Dashboard. Will list all unique keys in the usermeta database table and allow you to select what fields to include and the order to include them.

    Pressing "Generate report" will produce a simple table with the following rows:

    ID : id of the user (not user configurable) nice_name : readable username (not user configurable) 1:n usermeta . what ever fields you select from the usermeta table

    No fancy stuff here. If you want more advanced handling of the report, copy and past to Openoffice Calc or MS Excel or whatever spreadsheet application you normally use.

    1. Unpack the .zip-file in the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
    2. Activate the plugin through the 'Plugins' menu in WordPress
    3. Access the application from the 'Setting' menu in the Dashboard.

    Will there be a more advanced version of the plugin?

    Maybe, depends on the time I have available. I already have a full-time job.

    What about performance?

    The code is not optimised for performance. To illustrate, when generating the report, the plugin first selects all the users in in your WordPress intallation. For each user, it makes a separate query for each meta-key you have choosen for the report to find the value. This could potentially generate lots of queries towards the database.

    Example: you have 1200 users in your database, and want to produce a report using 7 report fields:

    1 query to find all users: 1 query 7 queries for each user: 1200 x 7 = 8400 queries In total: 8401 queries

    I have tested it with about 200 users and genereated reports with 10+ fields. It still takes less than 5 seconds on my test equipment. The usermeta queries are all small and hits the default indexes.

    0.1

    • First release

    0.2

    • Fixed a few minor bugs

    0.3

    • Fixed styling
    • Fixed some bugs
    Posted: 6 years ago #
  3. moedee
    Member

    Looks like an interesting plugin ...
    ... but why don┬┤t edit the tag-cloud-source-code directly??

    Posted: 6 years ago #

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