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  1. paulmbain
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    EasyDonation allows WordPress users to easily embed a PayPal donation button with one tag.

    EasyDonation allows WordPress users to easily embed a PayPal donation button with one tag.

    1. First, download the plugin, upload it to your plugin directory and activate it in WordPress
    2. Head over to PayPal and generate the code for your button
    3. In WordPress go to Manage then the sub-menu EasyDonation
    4. Paste your code into the box and save

    To insert the donation button into content, one simple tag is all you need! Insert [donation] anywhere in your WordPress content and away you go!

    Support

    For support vist forums.ejump.co.uk

    Posted: 9 years ago #
  2. fullo
    Member

    The Ribbon Manager plugin give the ability to add a side ribbon on the blog without touching the template file or the css.

    The Ribbon Manager plugin give the ability to add a side ribbon on the blog without touching the template file or the css. Please note that the plugin needs a theme with wp_head(); and wp_footer(); enabled.

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

    e.g.

    1. Upload fcc_ribbon.php to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
    2. Activate the plugin through the 'Plugins' menu in WordPress
    3. Go in Option->Ribbon Manager and configure it

    Why It doesn't work on IE?

    Maybe because you are using a PNG image, try with a GIF

    I use GIF but I cannot see the ribbon!

    Are you using any other plugin with add dinamically styles on wordpress? Try to disable them.

    1. fcc-ribbon-manager screenshot 1

      Latest release

    Arbitrary section

    Posted: 9 years ago #
  3. del.icio.us for WordPress displays your latest del.icio.us bookmarks in your WordPress blog.

    del.icio.us for WordPress displays your latest del.icio.us bookmarks in your WordPress blog.

    Features

    * Simply
    * Customizable
    * Widget ready
    * Uses WordPress resources (no extra files needed)
    * No options page (yes, it is a feature)
    * Displays bookmarks tags (optional)
    * Filter bookmarks by tag(s) (optional)
    

    Usage

    If you use WordPress widgets, just drag the widget into your sidebar and configure. If widgets are not your thing, use the following code to display your latest bookmarks:

    <?php delicious_bookmarks("username"); ?>
    

    For more info (options, customization, etc.) visit the plugin homepage.

    Drop delicious.php into /wp-content/plugins/ and activate the plug in.

    Credits

    Ronald Heft - The plugin is highly based in his Pownce for WordPress, so the major part of the credits goes to him. Michael Feichtinger - For the multi-widget feature.

    Contact

    Suggestion, fixes, rants, congratulations, gifts et al to rick[at]jinlabs.com

    Posted: 9 years ago #
  4. Last.fm for WordPress displays your recently listened tracks in your WordPress blog.

    Last.fm for WordPress displays your recently listened tracks in your WordPress blog.

    Features

    * Simply
    * Customizable
    * Widget support
    * No options page (yes, it is a feature)
    * Uses WordPress resources (no extra files needed)
    

    Usage

    If you use WordPress widgets, just drag the widget into your sidebar and configure. If widgets are not your thing, use the following code to display your recently listened tracks:

    <?php lastfm_tracks("username"); ?>
    

    For more info (options, customization, etc.) visit the plugin homepage.

    Credits

    Ronald Heft - The plugin is highly based in his Pownce for WordPress, so the major part of the credits goes to him. Michael Feichtinger - For the multi-widget feature.

    Contact

    Suggestion, fixes, rants, congratulations, gifts et al to rick[at]jinlabs.com.

    Posted: 9 years ago #
  5. dlo
    Member

    Shows previous posts related to the one you are writing for easy reference. This functionality is added to the post editing form.

    Previous Posts Picker (P3) is aimed at the posts writers. It shows the previous posts related to the one you are writing for easy reference. This functionality is added to the post editing form making the link edition easier.

    1. download the archive
    2. unzip and drop all the files, as is, in your plugins directory.
    3. Enable the plugin in the WP Admin >> Plugins section.
    4. Browse to WP Admin >> Write >> Posts or WP Admin >> Manage >> Posts then choose a post to modify.
    5. P3 is delivered in English and French but can be easily used with other languages. You just have to create a file PpP-xx_YY.mo (xx_YY being the language code of your WordPress settings. Eg: fr_FR for French) from the existing file PpP-fr_FR.po after translation of the text strings located after the "msgstr" tag. The resulting PpP-xx_YY.mo file has to be stored in the plugins directory.

    (Note: if you are upgrading from a previous install, simply overwrite the older files with the new ones in the instructions above)

    Is Previous Posts Picker compatible with all WordPress versions ?

    P3 comes in two flavour:

    1. For WordPress versions up to 2.2.3, use P3 0.4.1
    2. For WordPress versions 2.3 and more, use P3 0.8.1

    Documentation

    In the post's edit form , P3 adds a box named "Show previous posts" on the right side of the screen and another box named "Previous posts list" below the text zone.

    It's possible to rearrange the order of the boxes clicking on the box title and dragging it to the new location.

    A) The "Show previous posts" box The "Show previous posts" box is used to set the parameters that will select the existing posts.

    The parameters are:

    A text zone "Posts number" to set a limit to the number of items displayed. Default value : 5.

    A first box for the category selection. A "Select category" checkbox to enable the selection of posts by categories. The "Current post's categories" radio button, if you want to use the categories set for the post in edition. It's the default value. The "Other categories" radio button, if you want to choose your own set of categories from the list below. A list of existing categories. When the radio button is set on "Current post's categories", the current post's categories are automatically selected by the plugin. It's possible to manually select one or more categories (pressing the CTRL key while selecting) and then the radio button will be set on "Other categories" automatically. When you are done modifying the parameters, just click on the "Save and continue" button located below the text area. The parameters will be saved and the "Previous posts list" box content is updated with the set of corresponding posts.

    A second box for the tag selection. A "Select tags" checkbox to enable the selection of posts by tags. The "Current post's tags" radio button, if you want to use the tags set for the post in edition. It's the default value. The "Other tags" radio button, if you want to choose your own set of tags from the list below. A list of existing tags. When the radio button is set on "Current post's tags", the current post's tags are automatically selected by the plugin. It's possible to manually select one or more tags (pressing the CTRL key while selecting) and then the radio button will be set on "Other tags" automatically. When you are done modifying the parameters, just click on the "Save and continue" button located below the text area. The parameters will be saved and the "Previous posts list" box content is updated with the set of corresponding posts.

    A third box for the author selection. A "Select author" checkbox to enable the selection of posts by authors. The "Current post's author" radio button, if you want to use the author of the post in edition. It's the default value. The "Other authors" radio button, if you want to choose your own set of authors from the list below. A list of existing authors. When the radio button is set on "Current post's author", the current post's author is automatically selected by the plugin. It's possible to manually select one or more categories (pressing the CTRL key while selecting) and then the radio button will be set on "Other authors" automatically. When you are done modifying the parameters, just click on the "Save and continue" button located below the text area. The parameters will be saved and the "Previous posts list" box content is updated with the set of corresponding posts.

    B) The "Previous posts list" box This box, located below the text editing area, is used to display the list of posts matching the criterias set in the "Show previous posts" box. This list consists in posts titles with its permanent link (permalink), the categories and tags set for the post, the author and date of publication. It's then easy to copy the link and paste it in the post's text editing area when you want to make a reference to a previous post.

    History

    2007/10/09 V.0.8.1 Added selection by tags

    2007/09/24 V.0.6.1 P3 made compatible with WordPress 2.3

    2007/07/05 V.0.4.1 Selection by authors and catégories, date and author added to the resulting list of posts.

    2007/06/20 V.0.2.1 Initial version

    Posted: 9 years ago #
  6. rob1n
    Member

    Removes the WordPress news sections and reorganizes the sidebar for maximum screen usage. See the screenshots for more details.

    This plugin does two things to your dashboard:

    • The WordPress News and Other WordPress News sections are removed. You don't even load them. Why? So you won't have to bother with the AJAX call for the news. Also, it looks neater.
    • The sidebar (with incoming links, recent posts, etc.) is made more horizontal, with four columns instead of the default one. This makes it so you can see all the information at one glance, rather than having to scroll down.
    1. Upload cleaner-dashboard.php to the wp-content/plugins/ directory.
    2. Activate the plugin through the 'Plugins' menu in the WordPress admin.
    3. Go to your dashboard, and enjoy its cleanliness!

    What if we miss an update because the news is not there anymore?

    No worry. If you're on WordPress 2.3 or above, then update checking is already in WordPress and a separate notification will be given to you.

    1. cleaner-dashboard screenshot 1

      The new dashboard. Cleaner, neater, and did I mention cleaner?

    Posted: 9 years ago #

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