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  1. vmtechnologies

    Provides widgets to show your current GOP points, rank, and badge, as well as a GOP leaderboard. Requires php5.

    Provides widgets to show your current GOP points, rank, and badge, as well as a GOP leaderboard. Requires php5.

    1. Upload the goppoints folder to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
    2. Activate the plugin through the 'Plugins' menu in WordPress
    3. Navigate to Settings - GOP Points options page and enter your GOP email address.
    4. Go to the Appearance - Widgets page and enable/configure widgets as required.
    Posted: 6 years ago #
  2. The is a support plugin for Booyah's clients.

    Posted: 6 years ago #
  3. Chip Bennett


    I didn't get it at first, but then I realized that you were talking about the Pages listing (edit-pages.php) in the wp-admin interface.

    Now that I understand, I agree 100%! I have almost 200 pages, and this idea would make my life so much easier.

    I would recommend implementing as expand/collapse links next to the Page name, and modifying the CSS to give better stylistic indication of child pages (rather than just the indentation).

    Posted: 6 years ago #
  4. codetoon

    This simple plugin dynamically embeds your Google Analytics Tracking Code in your WordPress theme.

    This is a small easy plugin that embeds your Google Analytics Tracking Code inside your theme files dynamically without you needing to hard-code it in your template files.

    This is pretty useful if you frequently change your WordPress Theme files, and now you donít need to worry about leaving out your Google Analytics code accidently just because you switched to a new theme.

    This section describes how to install the plugin and get it working.

    1. Download the plugin and upload and unzip to your plugins directory as you would usually do.
    2. Activate the plugin from your WordPress Admin.
    3. Go to the pluginís options page to add your Google Analytics Tracking Code. You can find the options page under Settings >> GA Tracking Code
    4. Save your changes. You have now successfully added your GA tracking code, and it will be automatically added to all your blog pages.
    5. To verify if your Google Analytics Tracking code has been added correctly, go to any of your blog page and View the source of your page. If the plugin is working correctly you should be able to see your Google Analytics tracking code near to the end of the page (near to the closing tag). If you donít find your Google Analytics code, please refer to the Prerequisites section below.


    • Fixed a typo in help text.


    • Added support for the new asynchronus google analytics code. Tracking code can now be embeded inside the head section.
    • Added more help text.
    • Added social plugins to make plugin popular.


    • Support for embeding tracking code at the page footer before closing body tag


    The plugin requires that your theme files have one of the following action/template tags depending on where you want to place your GA tracking code.

    <?php wp_head(); ?>

    If you want to place the tracking code inside the head section before the closing </head> tag.

    <?php wp_footer(); ?>

    If you want to place the tracking code near page end/footer before the closing </body> tag

    While these actions/template tags are widely supported by most of the theme authors, chances are there that these actions are not available in your theme file. In such a case, the plugin wonít be able to embed the Google Analytics tracking code to your theme.

    However, you can easily edit your header.php file and add the <?php wp_head(); ?> tag just before the closing </head> tag or for footer place the <?php wp_footer(); ?> tag towards the end of the file, just before the closing tag.

    Posted: 6 years ago #
  5. Andy Macaulay-Brook


    Agreed. Add more hooks for plugin authors to customise the dropdown filters too. And drag and drop ordering?

    Posted: 6 years ago #
  6. elgranerito

    I actually think this issue should have been resolved in previous versions...its very helpful, estetically and not that complicated to reprogram

    Posted: 5 years ago #
  7. Fantastic idea Flavio. If I have a large number of child pages I find it hard to locate certain parent pages alphabetically (I'm talking 50+ child pages per parent page). Would enjoy seeing this feature added.

    Posted: 5 years ago #
  8. Diogo15


    Awesome idea!

    Posted: 5 years ago #
  9. Jeremy Herve

    Glad to hear you could solve the problem with the first site.

    If you've sent us an email via the debugging center, we'll be in touch soon to help you figure out what the problem is with your second site.

    Posted: 3 years ago #
  10. Cyber Monday 2012


    Yes, this is an awesome idea that I thought should be in core already. Pagination has always been a sore point when it comes to the wordpress cms. Obviously wordpress is rapidly evolving into a general cms rather than just a blogging platform that it was originally designed for. With this comes much larger websites and many more pages.

    From an seo point of view, Google doesn't seem to like wordpress child pages and considers them to be more duplicate content that has a negative effect on rankings. Maybe having dynamic pagination that Google considers as part of the one primary page may be a good option to look at.

    Posted: 5 years ago #

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    Good idea! We're working on it