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  1. Yan Sarazin
    Member

    WordPress to Posterous plugin.

    Posterize will cross-post your WordPress blog post to a Posterous site. You can choose whether to link back your WordPress blog post or cross-post the full content. Also allows you to select which Posterous site to post to.

    1. If you are upgrading, it is recommended that you deactivate the plugin from the Plugins page, and delete the posterize folder from your server.
    2. Upload the unzipped contents to your /wp-content/plugins/ directory.
    3. Active the plugin from the Plugins page.
    4. Go to settings page to configure Posterize

    2.1.1

    • Fixed missing line break issues.

    2.1.0

    • Including WordPress post tags if available
    • Passing Posterize as the source in the Posterous API call

    2.0.2

    • Fixed issues where an error was thrown when “get sites” would return a single Posterous site.

    2.0.1

    • Complete rewrite from the ground up
    • No longer uses email. Utilizes the Posterous API to interact with Posterous
    • Ability to select which Posterous site to post to
    • Administrator settings panel for easy configuration

    1.0.1

    1.0.0

    • Initial Posterize version.

    Configuration

    1. Enter your Posterous email and password (used to log into http://posterous.com)
    2. Fill in site id by clicking on "Get Sites"
    3. Chose "Link back to post" or "Post full content"
    Posted: 8 years ago #
  2. I'm trying to solve this issue on this thread.

    Posted: 8 years ago #

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    12345

    hey, i really hope that this will be done!

    Posted: 7 years ago #
  4. doub123
    Member

    Add live football (soccer) charts to your blog showing polls of what people think the outcome of an upcoming football match will be.

    The exact score plugin adds rich content to your blog by adding a live pie chart to the sidebar showing what people think the result of an upcoming football (soccer) match will be. The chart can be configured to display a particular event or can be set to random mode which will rotate between populare upcoming events.

    1. Upload the exactscore.php file to your 'wp-content/plugins/' folder.
    2. Login to your wordpress admin console.
    3. Under the 'Plugins' section, you should now be able to see the Exact Score plugin. Activate the plugin.
    4. Under the 'Appearance' menu, click on 'Widgets'.
    5. Drag the 'Exact Score Charts' widget from the 'Available Widgets' section and drop it in the sidebar.
    6. Open up the widget in the sidebar in order to configure it.
    7. If you would like to display a random upcoming event then simply check 'Random Event'. This will display a random event from the most popular events in the upcoming few days
    8. If you would like to focus on one event, then enter the name of any one of the teams taking part (e.g. 'man utd') and enter the date of the match (yyyy-mm-dd format).
    9. Click on save and head over to your blog page.. you should now see the chart on the side of your blog!

    I have added the chart but I am seeing a generic bar chart returned instead of the event chart?

    The system is unable to find the team you specified in an event on the date you specified. When this happens a standard chart is returned. Try adjusting the team name or double check that the event date is correct.

    The event chart is coming up but the wrong teams are displayed?

    The system will try and match the team name as best as possible. If you put a partial team name in the field, this may result in the wrong event being displayed. For example, putting "man" in the team may match "Manchester Utd", "Manchester City" or "Numancia".

    The event chart is coming up but the wrong teams are displayed?

    The system will try and match the team name as best as possible. If you put a partial team name in the field, this may result in the wrong event being displayed. For example, putting "man" in the team may match "Manchester Utd", "Manchester City" or "Numancia".

    It's still not working! What can I do?

    Not to worry, please send an email to support@exact-score.com. We'll gladly help you to get it sorted.

    1. exact-score screenshot 1

      Sample chart

    1.1

    • Added field to allow custom label colours. This helps when displaying charts on a dark dark background.

    1.0

    • First version
    Posted: 6 years ago #

  5. Inactive

    Disables TinyMCE plugin Tabfocus thereby allowing tab characters to be typed into posts.

    The TinyMCE Tabfocus Patch is a WordPress plugin which disables TinyMCE plugin Tabfocus thereby allowing tab characters to be typed into posts.

    While attempting to write several posts including blocks of code I realized that TinyMCE was stripping out all the tab characters I attempted to type. Although I could type tab characters in HTML mode, switching between HTML and Visual removed the tab characters, infuriating me. I use CodeColorer for code coloring, and as the plugin also converts tabs to non-blocking spaces automatically I don't want tab characters that I paste in to get stripped.

    After searching for the cause of this issue I realized that the cause was the tabfocus TinyMCE plugin. Rather than going into post.php and manually removing the TinyMCE plugin from the list of plugins to be automatically loaded, I wrote this WordPress to handle it for me.

    This plugin should work with TinyMCE, TinyMCE Advanced, and most other TinyMCE mods out there.

    Special thanks to Mike Walker's TinyMCE Entities Patch which provided the basis for understanding how to hook the necessary section of code to solve the problem.

    Installation Instructions:

    1. Download the zip file for the plugin
    2. Upload the zip file's contents into your WordPress installation's plugin directory.
    3. From the Plugin Management page, activate the TinyMCE Tabfocus Patch plugin.

    What functionality is gained from this plugin?

    You can now type tab characters in TinyMCE and not have them stripped out when you post/switch from Visual to HTML mode.

    What functionality is lost from this plugin?

    You can no longer tab in/out of the TinyMCE editor.

    There are no screenshots for this plugin.

    Changes in version 1.1

    • Corrected bug which prevented other TinyMCE plugins from loading

    Changes in version 1.0

    • Initial Release.
    Posted: 6 years ago #

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