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Custom Links on images within a gallery

  1. Rodrigo0
    Inactive

    Man, I just love you!! I've been struggling with this link for a whole day. THANK YOU!!

    Posted: 2 years ago #
  2. Mark (podz)
    Member

    Emailed Author: Hi, Could you send a link so the plugin can be downloaded please. Thanks.

    Posted: 5 years ago #
  3. Mark (podz)
    Member

    Emailed Author: Hi, Could you send a link so the plugin can be downloaded please. Thanks.

    Posted: 5 years ago #
  4. Marj Wyatt
    Member

    I bumped into this problem and had already bookmarked the link to the plugin mentioned above:
    http://wordpress.org/plugins/wp-gallery-custom-links/

    I just got around to installing it on WordPress 4.0 and it works perfectly!

    Thank you for the plugin, @fourlightsweb

    Posted: 2 years ago #
  5. Pat Fenis
    Member

    Works on WordPress 4.1 aswell. Thanks a lot!

    Posted: 1 year ago #
  6. This plugin used to get de sub menu refers the current item menu, and show this with a menu, for exemple a sub menu left.

    This plugin used to get de sub menu refers the current item menu, and show this with a menu, for exemple a sub menu left.

    Supose you have a big main menu, and this have a lot submenus, so, to show yours submenus in a side of your site, you create one new menu in wordpress for each submenu you have, and create codes to define which submenu you show, according the location in hierarchy's menu you are.

    This is very tiring and biggest, for just show the submenu, then this plugin do all things for you, but don't create any menu, it just get the submenu according the main menu.

    1. Upload plugin-name.php to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
    2. Activate the plugin through the 'Plugins' menu in WordPress
    3. If you install plugin and you already have a menu, you need go in your menu and save it again, for plugins set params it's need.

    1. I install plugin, set widget, but nothing show.

    After install plugin, you need save again each menu you have, to plugin set params necessary.

    1.2

    Update bug language

    1.3

    Add option to show title os widget with ancestor's name

    Posted: 5 years ago #
  7. Harpinder
    Member

    It lets user adds start and end date of a page for publishing and after end date has been passed, page's status is automatic marked as draft.

    This plugin is very useful for those who want to display their pages (on front end) from some specific date (start date) to some specific date (end date). It creates a meta box in Edit Page where Admin user can add start & end date/time. After End date has been passed, the page will expire and is saved as 'draft'. Very fast, easy to use plugin for both single & multi site installation. It uses GMT time format.

    1. Download the plugin and extract the files
    2. Upload "page-start-expire" folder to your wp-content/plugins/ directory
    3. Activate the plugin through the 'Plugins' menu in WordPress
    4. Add Start and End Date from Add/Edit Page to see the results.

    Where do I submit a question?

    This is my first attempt at a plugin, so I don't have a FAQ yet. You can contact me at singhharpinder@hotmail.com

    Which time format it support?

    YYYY MMM DD HH MM

    Does it deletes the page when its end date has been passed?

    No, it does not delete the page. It just updates the status as Draft

    1. automatic-page-publish-expire screenshot 1

      Page edit meta box

    1.0.0

    • First version.

    Thank You

    Thank you for trying my plugin!

    Posted: 5 years ago #
  8. shazdeh
    Member

    Easily include Bootstrap library (or just the parts of it you want) in your website.

    Bootstrap is a toolkit from Twitter designed to kickstart development of webapps and sites. Using this plugin you can easily embed Bootstrap's scripts and stylesheets to your webpage. You can also pick only the components you want, to avoid loading unnecessary files.

    1. Upload the whole plugin directory to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
    2. Activate the plugin through the 'Plugins' menu in WordPress
    3. Goto Appearance -> Bootstrap and change the options as you like.
    4. Enjoy!
    1. bootstrap screenshot 1

      Admin screen. It basically replicates the Customize page on Bootstrap's website with all the options.

    0.3.1

    • Minor fix for extra fields in the admin view
    • Implemented the Singleton pattern to make the plugin extendible

    0.3

    • Revamped the whole thing!

    0.2

    • Updated Twitter Bootstrap to 1.2.0
    Posted: 5 years ago #
  9. This plugin registers your site with the Online Skateboard Store Affiliate Program and automatically adds affiliated links to your blog posts.

    This plugin is the fastest way to turn your WordPress blog into a profitable revenue source through affiliate marketing.

    In a typical Affiliate Program you must register for an account on the merchant's website, wait for approval, read through countless pages of documentation, request access keys and affiliate ids, copy/paste affiliate links into your blog posts, etc. in order to place affiliated links in your blog and be paid when people follow your links to the merchant's site and make purchases.

    With this plugin, we do all of that for you.

    When you activate the plugin, it creates your affiliate account with onlineskateboardstore.com using your email address and site name from your WordPress settings and sends you an email with your affiliate account info so you can login at http://www.onlineskateboardstore.com and see your affiliate sales reports.

    When your site displays a blog post, we automagically replace any of our industry buzz words with links that include your affiliate id so that when a visitor to your blog clicks on a link and is taken to our site to complete a purchase, you get paid!

    All you have to do is blog about topics related to our site. We take care of the rest.

    It doesn't get any easier than this to enter the world of paid blogging through affiliate marketing.

    1. Download the plugin file ccpa.zip
    2. Unzip ccpa.zip file on your computer.
    3. Upload the ccpa folder to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
    4. Activate the plugin through the 'Plugins' menu in WordPress

    How do I add affilate links to my blog posts?

    It is as simple as writing a blog post about the skateboarding industry.

    The plugin will automatically replace industry buzz words like decks, trucks, wheels, bearings, completes, longboards, hardware, etc in your post with links to onlineskateboardstore.com with your affiliate id embedded in the links so that when a reader of your blog follows a link from your blog post to onlineskateboardstore.com and makes a purchase, we update your affiliate account with the order and you get paid.

    It's as easy as downloading the plugin, activating the plugin, and writing posts about the skateboarding industry that contain the buzz words mentioned above.

    What buzz words in my post will get replaced with affiliate links?

    The plugin will find any skateboarding industry buzz words in your posts and replace them with affiliate links to onlineskateboardstore.com

    You can use the categories from http://www.onlineskateboardstore.com as a reference for buzz words to use in your blog posts.

    Example:

    There is a category for risers, if your blog post contains the word risers in the text then the word risers will automatically become an affiliate link to the risers category page on http://www.onlineskateboardstore.com

    1.0.0

    • Initial Distribution
    Posted: 5 years ago #
  10. MemberBuddy
    Member

    A collection of all handy theme related shortcodes, provided as a plugin so as to be theme agnostic https://github.com/OneManOneLaptop/theme-shortcode

    A collection of all handy theme related shortcodes, provided as a plugin so as to be theme agnostic. This plugin is a work in progress and as such cannot be relied upon for production use at this time due to fluctuations in CSS class names. The aim here is to aggregate all the wordpress shortcodes in one location using the best practices for performance. Please help out by testing the plugin and reporting bugs on the github issue queue. https://github.com/OneManOneLaptop/theme-shortcodes

    I will be documenting each shortcode at http://onemanonelaptop.com/docs as time allows.

    Here are some of the shortcodes currently defined 'chart','esc','adsense','map','comment-published','comment-author','comment-edit-link','comment-reply-link','comment-permalink','comment-count','category-group-posts','post-title-link','post-title','post-author-link','post-author','post-terms','post-comments-link','post-published','post-edit-link','post-shortlink','post-url','post-date','post-cats','post-tags','post-views','page-nav' 'the-year','site-link','site-login-link','query-counter','nav-menu','breadcrumbs','child-pages','sibling-pages','list-pages','bloginfo','popular-posts','plus','like','tweet','tweetmeme','twitter','odesk','gravatar','w3c-valid','plugin-downloads','plugin-rating','plugin-compatible','plugin-last-updated','plugin-list', 'plugin-required-version','plugin-download-link','wp','github-projects','github-issues', 'gist', 'jsfiddle','gtmetrix','pagespeed','yslow','stylesheetdirectory'

    1. Verify that you have PHP5, which is required for this plugin.
    2. Upload the whole theme-shortcodes directory to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
    3. Activate the plugin through the 'Plugins' menu in WordPress

    0.0.1

    Original Release

    Posted: 5 years ago #

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    This idea is under consideration