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  1. xandertan
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    Sidebar widget to easy customize and display your date and time of multiple timezones. All settings are available from Sidebar Widget Admin.

    A widget that can be easily set to display date and time of multiple timezones. The javascript function is taken from Proglogic and is written by Stijn Strickx. The code is then modified to fit widget format.

    1. Download world-clock-widget plugin and unzip it.
    2. Upload the folder world-clock-widget to your WP plugin folder /wp-content/plugins/ directory.
    3. Go to Plugins > Installed, activate the plugin.
    4. Go to Appearance > Widgets, add the widget to a sidebar and save.
    5. Check the Frequently Asked Questions to learn how to add, edit and remove clocks.

    Do you have any screenshot?

    Yes, the screenshot is in my personal blog.

    What is Daylight Saving Time?

    Daylight saving time is the convention of advancing clocks so that afternoons have more daylight and mornings have less. Click here for more information

    Does world clock widget support Daylight Saving Time?

    At the moment world clock widget supports only North America Region, i.e. Alaska, Atlantic time, Central time, Eastern time, Indiana (East), Mexico, Mountain time and Pacific time. More regions will be added in the future.

    Does world clock widget cater the Daylight Saving Time for 2010?

    Daylight Saving Time changes on yearly basis, at the moment world clock widget only supports year of 2009. Support for multiple years will be added in the future.

    I go to the world clock widget control, how do I add a new clock?

    Type your City name (for display purpose, name it whatever you want); Select your Timezone; (Optional) Tick the Daylight Saving Time; Click Save.

    How do I remove the existing clock(s)?

    Under the Existing Clock, tick Remove (your_city_name); Click Save.

    How do I edit the existing clock?

    Under the Existing Clock, click on the clock that you want to edit; Click Save.

    1.0.0

    • Major code modification.
    • Added a choice of text alignment (left, center or right).
    • Added a feature to display the widget horizontally.
    • Added option to use server time, instead of client time.

    0.8.0

    0.7.1

    • Fixed the negative minute.

    0.7.0

    • Edit function fix.
    • Added in worldclock.xml.

    0.6.1

    • Installation directory fix.
    • Added in Changelog page.

    0.6.0

    • Edit function.
    • 15, 30, 45 minutes difference support.
    Posted: 8 years ago #
  2. Joost de Valk
    Member

    Uses your current theme to display login, registration and profile pages instead of the WordPress look and feel.

    The Customize Your Community (CYC) Plugin for WordPress was conceived by Sugarrae will help you theme your backend WordPress pages using your existing WordPress theme and will not show obvious traces and branding of WordPress on the registration, lost password, login and logout pages to all users. Additionally, the CYC plugin will also theme profile.php pages for all registered users that are labeled as "Subscribers" in your administration panel as well as redirect "Subscribers" to their profile page upon login, bypassing and hiding the traditional WordPress dashboard".

    It also adds in the possibility to show a captcha on the registration form.

    More info:

    Changelog:

    • 1.2.1: Bug in previous fix.
    • 1.2: Fixed log out bug mentioned here
    • 1.1: Added captcha.
    • 1.0: Initial version.
    Posted: 8 years ago #

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    Yet more:
    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/rb-internal-links/
    RB Internal Links does a good job at making my post linking internal.

    A great start will be to combine Insights with RB Internal Links, and include links with both plugins.

    The most important thing is making links easier to manage and keep from going bad. Beyond that it is nice to be able to manage all of my personal bookmarks in some fashion.

    Posted: 8 years ago #
  4. Amir Helzer
    Member

    Prevents dead links between any post or page by guaranteeing that all links always point to the current addresses (permlinks).

    This plugin will make sure that any link you enter to other posts or pages will always stay valid. When documents that you link to move, change slugs or even when the entire permlink structure changes completely, links will be correct.

    It does so by replacing all internal links to their default link format (e.g. /?p=N or /?page_id=M). Then, when rendering, the default links are changed to the current permlink values.

    Supports

    • Posts
    • Pages
    • Categories

    Fixing existing contents

    The plugin can scan existing contents (posts and pages). It will automatically convert all live links and would suggest how to fix links to pages that have moved.

    Reverting

    The plugin lets you return all links to their current permlink structure in the database, so if you choose to deactivate the plugin, things go back to the exact way they were.

    SitePress

    This plugin is part of SitePress - a collection of plugins that turn WordPress into a fully featured multilingual content management system.

    1. Place the folder containing this file into the plugins folder
    2. Activate the plugin from the admin interface

    Can this plugin break existing links?

    No. It will only replace correct links to their default link scheme. Broken links will have to be dealt with manually.

    Version History

    • Version 0.1
      • First public release.
    • Version 0.2
      • Improved link replacement.
      • Improved suggestions for broken links.
      • Added absolute links for categories.
    • Version 1.1
      • Supports PHP4, Works correctly if blog is installed in a directory and not in root
    • Version 1.1.1
    Posted: 8 years ago #

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