Totally agree with hkan and others - keep it the way it is!!!
Totally agree with hkan and others - keep it the way it is!!!
The plugin gives bloggers a easy way to provide a link for readers to contact them without using scripts or work arounds such john(at)doe.com.
Using this plugin will allow direct communication bewteen the writer and the readers without exposing the writers email address to spammers or spam bots.
The plugin appends a link at the end of all the bloggers posts. This link is to the bloggers Yougler Profile page where readers can read a little bit about the blogger or blog and send mail-forwarded email. This keeps the blogger from getting spam while allowing the writer and readers to communicate easily.
In order to use the Yougler Profile you must first set up an account at Yougler.com. It is quick, easy, and free.
After that, login to your WordPress blog, go under the Users tab and set your website address to your Yougler address. For example if your Yougler username were john, enter 'http://www.yougler.com/john'.
Download the Yougler plugin from WordPress to your desktop. Upload the entire Yougler plugin folder to your WordPress plugins directory under wp-content/plugins/. You may also visit our plugin page at this link .
Activate your plugin under the WordPress Plugins tab.
Click options, click Yougler, set add signature and Yougler link at end of post to yes. Enter whatever signature you would like to add to the end of your posts in the box provided or you may leave this blank. Click update and you are done.
The Yougler Plugin will now create a link to your Yougler Profile page at the end of all your posts. The link name will be your Display name publicly as: setting under the Users tab in WordPress.
Yougler will display the authors name and url on each post so if a blog has multiple bloggers this should not be an issue.
Your Yougler page will provide a form mail page for your readers to contact you. On your Yougler page you can also tell your readers a little about yourself or your blog. You can also add a picture (and maybe some more things in the future).
Do not worry, Yougler is Spam free.
If you like Yougler please feel free to donate at http://www.yougler.com/_donate.php OR even better, tell others about Yougler in your blogs. Yougler has many uses so look the site over.
Help make Yougler Blogger Profile popular by blogging, digging, and bookmarking it. Since Yougler is a free site we have no advertising budget. We also hope to add some cool new features in the future.
You can contact me with comments and suggestions at Yougler.com/pete.
BTW your readers can also insert their Yougler Profile URLs in their comments so other readers can contact them too without getting spammed.
Thanks and enjoy!
The Free Music Widget will allow you to display song feeds or individual bands from the unsigned band web on your WordPress blog. The widget offers three feeds (Song Charts, Newest Songs, Editors Picks), and you can display 1-20 songs from any genre. The feed is cached locally for 1-hour. You may also display the songs from one specific band by inputting their band id from the unsigned band web. The widget has been tested with wordpress 2.5 and WPMU 1.3 but should be compatible with older versions.
There are currently over 10,000 songs, and more songs are added daily. You will have plenty of fresh content for your widget.
If you find a band that you like, just navigate to the bands home page and identify the ID which is the number at the end of the band url. Add this number to the widget admin panel and switch from feed to artist.
No the songs are streamed from the unsigned band web.
Listing 5 songs from techno feed with song image
Listing 5 songs from techno feed without song image
This plugin gives you two additional inputs when Writing or Modifying a Static Page. One is for the page's menu label (anchor text), the other is for the title attribute within the link. By default there is no title attribute (as of 3.3). This plugin gives you more flexibility and will help to improve accessibility/usability.
Just leave the menu label box blank and it will use the default value which is the same as the page header.
Okay, then either set the same value as your menu label or use %%menulabel%% so that it will always copy whatever the menu label is set to :)
Then you don't need this plugin as you can control the anchor text and title attribute within those settings.
Screenshot of the additional text fields
Support is provided at http://www.stuffbysarah.net/wordpress-plugins/page-menu-editor/
Sidebar Widget for your blog. Brings you the latest Miami Heat news and provocative insights of veteran NBA writer Ira Winderman.
This section describes how to install the plugin and get it working.
Screenshot of the active widget on a blog.
Updated RSS Feeds
The online demonstration wiki can be found at http://unibrennt.at/wiki/index.php/Online-Demo
PLEASE DONT FORGET TO ADD YOUR SITE TO THE DIRECTORY OF PARTICIPATING WEBSITES!!! http://unibrennt.at/wiki/index.php/Liste_der_teilnehmenden_Blogs_und_Websites
This plugin is based on VDS Page Peel, which was originally developed by Ralf "Arby" Brostedt
v1.1 - Bugfix "Warning: Cannot modify header information - headers already sent" v1.0 - Initial Release
The folks that defend the folder inside the zip-file are the ones that should be embarrassed and not working with software!
It is dead easy to make a folder and unzip something there if you really need that.
BUT - to unzip something without that folder is impossible.
So to accomodate both, remove the folder. This gets WordPress in line with others like Joomla.
If you do not have the folder inside the zip file, you actually have a choice.
You want to unzip it right where it is now? Fine, go ahead and do it.
You want the files in a folder? Created the folder, move ONE file and unzip it.
If you are still un-zipping locally and then uploading every single file by ftp, then you need to get a new job.
What everyone else have to do:
Unzip locally, re-zip, upload and unzip on the server.
This is not a HUGE problem. It is an annoyance. But it is a legitimate one, and if you are not able to see that, then you have the wrong workflow.
Of course, it now only applies to first installs as upgrades are now handled automatically. I have never had it so easy keeping online software up to date :-)
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