Return the html editor back to a sans font instead of the new consolas font

  1. dcannon1

    Customizable widget area that displays posts from the same categories as the current post.

    Small, lightweight (under 7k) widget that shows posts from the same category as the current post. Several options for customization along with numerous ordering criteria for posts. Displayed only on single post pages. Based on Related Links by Category by Andrew Stephens


    • Title - Set the title of the widget (or leave blank)
    • Number of Posts to Show - Set how many posts are listed in the widget
    • Order By - Choose how the related posts will be ordered (including random posts)
    • Show Category Names - Toggle whether category names are displayed above groups of posts
    • Link Cat Name to Archive - If category names are being shown, choose to have them link to the category archive page for that category
    • List Posts Multiple Times? - If a post is classified under multiple categories use this toggle to determine if it will be shown under each category, or only under the first category it shares with the current post. This should be set to no if you are not displaying the category names

    First time installation instructions

    1. Ideally install this plugin using the WordPress administration area.
    2. Optionally, download the zip file, unzip and upload the directory to your wp-content/plugins directory
    3. Go to plugins in your WordPress admin area and activate the plugin
    4. Go to Appearance - Widgets and then drag the Related Links by Category widget and drag it to the sidebar of your choice
    5. Customize the options (more details under plugin Description) or go with defaults
    1. related-posts-by-category-widget screenshot 1

      View of the widget in the WordPress admin


    • Initial Release
    Posted: 6 years ago #
  2. elfin

    A simple Wiki plugin, well hopefully.

    Basic Wiki functionality for your blog.


    • Content menu code based entirely on Matt Beck's wiki-menus plugin.
    • Footnotes code based entirely on Andrew Nacin's simple footnotes plugin.
    • Wiki style [[ ... ]] interlinking based entirely on harleyquinedotcom's Interlinks plugin.
    • Content menu javascript uses Andy Langton's show/hide/mini-accordion script
    • Capabilities/roles uses code by Justin Tadlock
    • amended and hacked together by Rich Pedley
    1. Upload esimple-wiki to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory or automatically install from the dashboard.
    2. Activate the plugin through the 'Plugins' menu in the WordPress Dashboard.

    How do I list wiki pages?

    Currenty to list all wiki pages I suggest creating a page called wiki, and using the [wikilist] shortcode.

    What Wiki functiobality is there?

    Currently not much. You can create a wiki page, a Table of Contents is created automatically from your headings (<h1>-<h6>). You can also use the shortcode [ref] to enclose a footnote that will be appended to the bottom of the page. You can use [[ and ]] around a post title within your page and it will be automatically turned it into a link for you. You can also use the more advanced wiki style [[Post Title|This is a link to a post]]. If a link is red then the page doesn't exist.

    Does this work with WordPress MultiSite

    It has not been tested, feel free to test and let me know.

    Where can I get support?

    Available via the WordPress forums (please tag the post esimple-wiki) or via http://quirm.net/forum/

    Compatible with role manager plugins

    Well sort of - to enable full wiki access you also have to allow user to edit_others_posts - this give access to the revisons. This is in addition to all the standard wiki capabilities.

    What is on your To Do list for the plugin?

    Nothing! I'm trying to keep it as small and as lightwieght as possible, but feel free to suggest ideas.

    may well make it here.

    Version 0.6

    • fixed adding capabilities to incorrect role meant administrators couldn't see the wiki

    Version 0.5

    • fixed issue with featured image
    • fixed styles and scripts no longer load on admin side

    Version 0.4

    • fixed oops.

    Version 0.3

    • fixed contextual help issue.
    • new compatible with User Role Editor or similar

    Version 0.2

    • amended immproved CSS
    • added shortcode to show if a page is in need of updating [wikiupdate]
    • fixed minor bug fixes

    Version 0.1

    • initial release
    Posted: 6 years ago #
  3. firetag

    !!alpha-release!! Allows you to categorize your groups in buddypress. (ex. Systems->Xbox 360->Games->Halo 3->Legendary Map Pack)

    !!alpha-release!! DO NOT install on a live site because the plugin hasn't been very extensively tested. This plugin allows you to create an unlimited hierarchy of groups.
    This plugin currently allows you to create two different types of groups. Category and User groups, category groups are what allow you to create the hierarchy of groups. Category groups do not have members attached to them. When you visit a category group you will see two extra sub nav items, Sub Categories and Groups. The Sub Categories page displays all the category groups categorized under the group you are currently viewing. The Groups page displays all the groups (which are user created) that are also categorized under the group you're currently viewing. Category Groups can only be created by the site admin, they can be created in wp-admin or you can choose to create a category group instead of a user group when you visit /groups/create.

    1. Check your buddypress site and make sure you don't have any groups already created.
    2. Download the plugin.
    3. Unzip and upload to plugins folder.
    4. Activate the plugin.


    • First rlease


    License.txt - contains the licensing details for this component.


    • Better activity integration
    • Create a super group which everyone belongs to and allow people to post to it via /forums
    • Add a tab in the groups directory for each global group created
    • Exclude Certain plugins from being active inside certain categories (Allowing you to create different group types)


    • If a user only finishes the first group creation step the group is created, but group_type and parent_cat meta is never set. Causes the effected group to not be included in the hierarchy. Kind of trivial for now since I have'nt yet added the tabs for global groups into the groups direectory.
    Posted: 6 years ago #
  4. luffer


    This is a terrible change full of negative repercussions. The HTML editor is a a text editor, for writing and editing text. It is an appalling choice of font for that purpose.

    I can't use the visual editor as I copy/paste a lot of content and end up with unwanted code as a result. Change it back or give users choice.

    I hate change for the sake of change, I can't see any rationale behind this as it was perfect before!

    Posted: 5 years ago #
  5. code418

    Simple plugin for displaying public twitter messages of a single user or multiple users on a public twitter list.

    This is a simple plugin for displaying an easily customisable twitter feed on your WordPress installation. Adapted from the excellent Twitter for WordPress plugin (http://rick.jinlabs.com/code/twitter) the main feature addition at the moment is support for a twitter lists to display feeds containing multiple users.

    1. Upload yet-another-twitter-plugin to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
    2. Activate the plugin through the 'Plugins' menu in WordPress


    • Added option to adjust cache duration
    • Bug fix with options display


    • Added option to display twitter user avatars


    • Initial Release


    Place the following code where desired in your WordPress Theme

    Single Twitter User

    <?php yatp_user_feed(username, count); ?>

    Where 'username' is the twitter username of the twitter user you wish to display, and 'count' is the number of recent tweets to display.

    Twitter List

    <?php yatp_list_feed(username, listid, count); ?>

    Where 'username' is the twitter username of the owner of the list, 'listid' is the name of the list inself, and 'count' is the number of recent tweets to display.

    The HTML markup surrounding each tweet can be customised via Settings->YaTp

    Posted: 6 years ago #
  6. sdh100

    A plugin to display a qr-code on a blog post

    Posted: 6 years ago #
  7. jgadbois

    The WordPress copyscape plugin allows you to check posts and pages for duplicate content issues via the Copyscape API.

    The WordPress copyscape plugin allows you to check posts and pages for duplicate content issues via the Copyscape API.
    A link is added on the post and page listing page next to the "Quick Edit" link that allows you to check for Copyscape issues. Links and examples of any Copyscape issues are returned.

    1. Upload all plugin files to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
    2. Activate the plugin through the 'Plugins' menu in WordPress
    1. wordpress-copyscape-plugin screenshot 1

      The administration screen.

    2. wordpress-copyscape-plugin screenshot 2

      Showing the location of the Check Copyscape link.

    3. wordpress-copyscape-plugin screenshot 3

      Showing a post with results.


    • Initial Version


    • Added permissions to manage which roles can check copyscape
    • Now shows error message if credentials are not valid
    Posted: 6 years ago #
  8. MMADfan


    Sounds like you summed it up well!

    For those who use WordPress.com, there's a greasemonkey script for Firefox by Airodyssey that works like a charm: http://userscripts.org/scripts/show/104072

    The other option is simply to delete Consolas from your fonts directory, since I think that the editor does rely on the font being on your computer. I'm not sure what font would replace it, but how much worse could it be?

    Posted: 5 years ago #
  9. Andrew Nacin
    WordPress Dev


    The issue here is that everyone who is happy with the new font is not likely going to find this thread and -1 this idea. Thus the problem dubbed the vocal minority.

    I'm not sure I have an opinion either way. I use the visual editor almost exclusively, and when I go into HTML mode, it's generally to edit the code. When I write outside of WordPress, it's in a text editor, and that in turn uses a monospaced font. To me, the change makes sense. To others, it might not. Maybe someone will release a font selection plugin. Justin's seems fine for now.

    Posted: 5 years ago #
  10. ooeygui

    Create and manage custom content types from the back-end of WordPress

    Custom Content Types is a plugin designed to allow WordPress administrators to create and utilize the power of custom post types within WordPress. Now with the release of WordPress 3.0 it is possible to create more than just posts and pages, developers can define their own content types with their own options and custom taxonomies. These powerful features allow WordPress to be more than just blogging software but a content rich, user-friendly CMS. Now you can define products for an ecommerce site or books for keeping inventory, the possibilities are endless.

    This plugin also integrates with the WordPress Reusables plugin.

    1. Upload the custom-content-types directory to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory.
    2. Activate the plugin through the 'Plugins' menu in WordPress
    3. Use the Content Types panel on the WordPress admin screen to manage custom content types.

    What tables are being used in custom content types?

    1. custom-content-types screenshot 1



    • Initial release
    Posted: 6 years ago #

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