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Security Patches for Earlier Versions

  1. Jenst
    Member

    Show and hide ID elements with a mouseclick. Could be used to create for example menus or menu tabs.

    Show and hide ID elements with a mouseclick. Could be used to create for example menus or menu tabs.

    Example

    <div id="mytest">myDiv</div>
    <a href="javascript:void(0);" onclick="wp_showhide('mytest')">my link</a>

    Live demo example

    1. Upload the FOLDER 'wp-showhide-elements' to the /wp-content/plugins/
    2. Activate the plugin 'WP ShowHide Elements' through the 'Plugins' menu in admin

    Usage

    1. Create a div to show / hide. Add an ID and name it whatever you want.
    2. Create a anchor and add the ID of your div into wp_show() function.

    Example

    <div id="mytest">myDiv</div>
    <a href="javascript:void(0);" onclick="wp_showhide('mytest')">my link</a>

    How do I report a bug?

    Contact me here. Describe the problem as good as you can, your plugin version, WordPress version and possible conflicting plugins and so on.

    How can I support this plugin?

    Spread the word, report bugs and give med feedback.

    No screenshots can show this, you need to see it on a Live demo example.

    Posted: 8 years ago #
  2. corpodibacco
    Member

    Creator of random poetry out of your posts and comments.

    The WordPress Cabaret is a creator of random poetry. I named this plugin after the "Cabaret Voltaire", the nightclub founded by Dadaists in Zurich in 1916. Like futurism, Dada was probably one of the few forms of Art of the past century that could have performed even better using computers, since those artists loved so much random stuff, graphics, fonts and technology in general. This plugin is incomplete for now, and it can't do a lot to entertain you. For now it creates random poetry, and clouds out of your posts and comments and spam.
    By no means I have finished developing it: in the work it has visual experiences (!) too. But since I am not going to have much time to work on it for the next few months or so, I decided to release this reduced version of it.

    Extract, upload to the plugins folder of your wordpress install, activate.

    Go to "manage" -> "The WordPress Cabaret" and click on the function names. These functions can be used to include cabaret content anywhere on your blog.

    Posted: 8 years ago #
  3. Mrasnika
    Member

    Injects HTML snippets into the header and the footer, to make them persistent across themes (theme-independent).

    This plugin is designed to inject HTML snippets into the header and the footer of WordPress pages, in order to make them persistent across themes, and theme-independent.

    More information:

    1. Download the installation archive and uncompress
    2. Upload the unarchived folder to your plugins directory (this is wp-content/plugins/)
    3. Activate the plugin in your WordPress administration panel (this is the Plugins page)
    4. Configure the plugin from the Design (Presentation) tab in the WordPress administration panel (look for the “Header & Footer” page)
    5. That’s it ;)
    Posted: 8 years ago #
  4. imvain2
    Member

    Allows you to quickly add Adbrite Invideo Code into your posts.

    As I started to get into posting videos, I found out that Adbrite provided text ads in videos with their invideo plugin. I built this plugin to make it simple to add Adbrite Invideo videos to your wordpress blog posts.

    1. Download, unzip and upload to your WordPress plugins directory
    2. Activate the plugin within you WordPress Administration Backend
    3. Grab your invideo code and look for (abWritePlayer(XXXXXX, YYY, ZZZ,), from Adbrite and in your post type in: [wpinvideo Video_ID,Video_Width,Video_Height], where Video_ID is the XXXXX, Width is YYY and Height is ZZZ
    Posted: 8 years ago #
  5. Anatis
    Member

    12345

    As I am going back to 2.3.3 (I hate 2.5's admin area too much to keep it running!) I vote for security releases for previous versions.

    If the admin area doesn't change... then I'm staying on 2.3.3 and sorry, but when one day this version is too outdated to get anything to work... I'll likely install a current version... and if it's no good, I'll be looking for new blog software.

    Posted: 8 years ago #
  6. A widget that displays rotating images from a post's gallery in the sidebar of your site. Requires PHP5.

    A widget that displays rotating images from a post's gallery in the sidebar of your site. You just specify the post or page, and it will cycle through all the images from the gallery of that post or page. you can have as many of them as you want on your site simultaneously. Requires PHP5.

    In WordPress 2.6, another plugin of mine has been included into the CORE to allow these to be reorder your images to make them display in whatever order you prefer. Until then, go get Reorder Gallery!

    1. Verify that you have PHP5, which is required for this plugin.
    2. Upload the whole gallery-widget-pro directory to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
    3. Activate the plugin through the 'Plugins' menu in WordPress

    How exactly do I use this?

    To use it, first create a post or page (I recommend post, less overhead) and upload the photos that you want in the slideshow. When you look at the photos details; title will be the mouseover text on the image, caption will be the caption under the image, Gallery URL (not just URL) will be the location they go if they click that image. You do NOT have to publish the post, just save it (so it doesn't have to actually show on your blog). Then, in the admin section, go to Design->widgets. On the right you can choose which sidebar you want to add the widget to, and click "show" to switch to it. Then just click the "add" link on the "gallery" widget on the left, and it will add it to the list on the right. Click "edit" on that new widget to see the options. Choose the post that you just made from the dropdown box, and give it a title if you DON'T want to use the title of the post. The just click the "Save Changes" button.

    Can I have use than one instance of this widget?

    Yes, Gallery Widget Pro employs the multi-widget pattern, which allows you to not only have more than one instance of this widget on your site, but even allows more than one instance of this widget in a single sidebar.

    How do I set where the user goes when they click the image?

    In the details of each image, set the Gallery URL (not the regular one, WordPress doesn't save the URL in that box).

    I see some order options, but I want them in the order I specify.

    If you choose the option for "Menu Order (order you placed them in)" it will display them in the order they are in the gallery tab in the media box of the post. By default, this is the order you upload them in. In WordPress 2.6, another plugin of mine has been included into the CORE to allow these to be reordered. Until then, go get Reorder Gallery.

    Posted: 8 years ago #
  7. Jen
    Community Organizer

    If you were using 2.5 a year ago, you were already several versions behind. Everything got easier with 2.7, and more so with 2.8 and 2.9. You should just upgrade.

    Posted: 6 years ago #

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