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RTL and TinyMCE WYSIWYG editor

  1. mike_d
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    WordPress can give you a really bad time with RTL languages/locales.
    When you set locale(WPLANG) to an RTL Language.. you will find that all Admin Pages are RTL and most of it is translated to your RTL language.

    So, editing your post in Visual mode is OK.. but when switching to HTML you find that HTML code is RTL too while it should be LTR! in other words "a mess".

    Posted: 7 years ago #
  2. Zeiro
    Member

    A intenção do plugin é ajudar na divulgação dos posts e aumentar o número de assinantes de feed.

    O Blogmarking inclui logo abaixo dos posts, ícones que permitem aos visitantes submeterem facilmente as postagem a redes sociais de divulgação (agregadores de conteudo) e mostrar aos visitantes a quantidade de assinantes do blog, exibindo também a quantidade de seguidores no twitter.

    Para obter uma lista completa das mudanças de cada versão, visite a pagina do plugin.

    Passos para a instalação

    1. Faça upload da pasta blogmarking para a pasta wp-content/plugins do seu blog;
    2. No painel administrativo do seu blog acesse o menu plugins e ative o plugin Blogmarking;
    3. Vá até o menu Blogmarking;
    4. Configure;
    5. Salve as opções e pronto!

    Duvidas/Reclamações/Sugestões: Visite a pagina do plugin.

    2.1

    • Adicionado shortcodes [twittercount] e [feedcount], que podem ser adicionadas em posts, paginas, ou em um text widget.
    • Adicionada a opção para ocultar a barra "espalhe".

    2.0.2

    • Refeita função defeituosa.

    2.0.1

    • Resolvido problema com array inexistente.

    2.0

    • Plugin totalmente redesenhado.

    1.3.2

    • Consertado erro na codificação dos arquivos.

    1.3.1

    • Consertado probleminha no CSS.

    1.3

    • Plugin redesenhado, agora com contador de leitores do Rss e seguidores do Twitter.

    1.2

    • Adicionado nova rede Social

    1.1

    • Consertado o problema com os links do blog
    Posted: 7 years ago #
  3. Joe Jacobs
    Member

    **There seem to be some issues with this plugin and WordPress MU 2.8 so please ONLY USE IT WITH 2.7. I doubt I will be updating this plugin anytime so

    There seem to be some issues with this plugin and WordPress MU 2.8 so please ONLY USE IT WITH 2.7. I doubt I will be updating this plugin anytime soon. If you do manage to patch it and want to make it available to the public, email me and I will include it for you

    This plugin turns a vanilla WordPress MU install into a subdomain forwarding site. It gives each user a subdomain and allows path forwarding to an external site, a hosted blog and/or a hosted profile. Meta tags, keywords and path forwarding to external sites are all supported.

    Users should go to Dashboard->Subdomain to edit subdomain settings and activate/deactivate the blog and profile. The public profile can be edited at Users->Public Profile. The admin for the plugin is at Site Admin->Subdomain Forwarding.

    Please read the FAQ and Known Issues/Limitations sections before installing the plugin.

    Please read the FAQ and Known Issues/Limitations sections before installing the plugin

    1. First, you have to ensure that you have a fully working WordPress MU VHOST install.
    2. Upload subdomain_forwarding.php to the /wp-content/mu-plugins/ directory.
    3. Upload sunrise.php to the /wp-content/ directory. If there already is a sunrise.php there, you will have to merge the files.
    4. Edit wp-config.php and uncomment the SUNRISE definition line: define( 'SUNRISE', 'on' );
    5. Edit the .htaccess file in your WPMU root directory and insert the following line at the bottom of the file after any rewrite rules: ErrorDocument 404 /index.php
    6. Login as the site admin and visit Site Admin->Subdomain Forwarding and edit the options there.
    7. Visit Site Admin->Options and enable new registrations for user accounts only. The blog sign up will be handled by the plugin.

    Does this work with with both subdomain and subdirectory installs?

    No it only works with VHOST (subdomain) installs. A version for subdirectories is in the works.

    Can one user have more than one subdomain?

    Not with this version (0.1). A version with support for multiple subdomains is in the works.

    Will a blog be created for every user?

    No, the script just assigns a subdomain to the user but the user can sign up for a blog if he/she wants to.

    Will this plugin make any modifications to my database?

    Yes, one database table will be created for storing the subdomain settings. The profile page settings will be stored with the user meta. The plugin also modifies the blog path in the blogs table if necessary. All other core WordPress MU tables are not touched.

    Known Issues/Limitations

    As this is a very early version there are a couple of minor issues that haven't been overcome yet:

    • Users with blogs who try to login from the main site will have to login twice before they can access their control panel. This is due to some issues with the cookies that I have not been able to deal with just yet.
    • The username field will be used as the subdomain. Users cannot yet choose a custom subdomain name.
    • One user can only have one subdomain. Multiple subdomains are not supported yet.
    • This version will only work with one domain name. It has not been tested on sites that have been setup with more than one domain name.
    • This plugin works with VHOST installs only.
    • Users will have to sign up for a normal account before they can get a blog.
    • I've only tested this with clean installs so I'm not sure if it will work with a current install without modifying the database in some way.
    • Currently, only users who sign up after the plugin is installed will get a subdomain. Again, I do not reccommend installing this version on a current install as it could cause problems.
    Posted: 7 years ago #
  4. roy-duff
    Member

    Google Analytics Input, a simple and effective plugin for adding your google analytics code into wordpress which doesn't track admin users.

    Google Analytics Input- WordPress Plugin. A simple and effective plugin, just add your google analytics ID then save.. and your ready to go! It will not track logged-in users such as admin because that would invalidate your results.

    Simple, easy to use admin setting panel for the plugin so that you can easily add your google analytics ID. It will work in the background and do its job well.

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

    1. Upload google-analytics-input directory to the wp-content/plugins directory
    2. Activate the plugin through the 'Plugins' menu in WordPress admin
    3. Go to the google analytics input setting page which is under the setting menu in the wordpress admin
    4. Add your google analytics ID there. An example your google analytics ID --> UA-0000000-0.
    5. Save it & your done.

    Where can I find the google analytics ID?

    Login to google analytics, go to the website profile which you want, edit and go to check status and there you see your google analytics code. You just want to copy your google analytics ID which will look like this UA-0000000-0 (but will be your own unique id.)

    Does it track logged in users?

    No, you wouldn't want to track logged in users because this would give you invalid results, everything else is tracked.

    What versions does it work on?

    It should work from 2.6 upwards.. Has been tested on all current versions and is working.

    Posted: 6 years ago #

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    Good idea! We're working on it