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  1. Joe Beaudoin Jr.
    Member

    Inserts the code needed to display the Featured Content Gallery player into a widgeted area of a WordPress widget-ready theme... and that's all,

    Allows you to insert the needed PHP call in any widgeted area of your WordPress website, as so long as you are using a widgeted theme.

    Requirements:

    Note: This should work with any version of FCG, but it was tested with the 3.2.x series.

    Please rate this plugin!

    1. Download the zip file and extract the contents,

    2. Upload the folder featured-gallery-widget to your WP plugin folder /wp-content/plugins/ directory,

    3. Go to Plugins > Installed, and activate the plugin,

    4. Go to Appearance > Widgets, and drag the widget ("Featured Gallery Widget") to a sidebar.

    5. Once it's dragged into the widgeted area, then you're done. It's already good to go.

    Where are the customization features?

    This widget doesn't have any customization features. It simply inserts the PHP include call into any widgeted area you choose.

    Configuration of the Featured Content Gallery plugin itself is done on its own settings page.

    How about support?

    The plugin is fairly easy to use, it's really click and drag and it activates. So, no configuration necessary.

    To get technical support, use the corresponding forum attached to this plugin's page at WordPress.org.

    0.1

    • Initial release: 08/27/2010
    Posted: 6 years ago #
  2. modemlooper
    Member

    Version: 1.2.1

    Adds a share buttons to your BuddyPress site to let people share content on sites like Twitter and Facebook.

    Automatic Installation

    1. From inside your WordPress administration panel, visit 'Plugins -> Add New'
    2. Search for BuddyPress Share It and find this plugin in the results
    3. Click 'Install'
    4. Once installed, activate via the 'Plugins -> Installed' page
    5. Click BuddyPress share it link under the BuddyPress admin menu
    6. Check the options you want

    Manual Installation

    1. Upload buddypress-share-it to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
    2. Activate the plugin through the 'Plugins' menu in WordPress
    3. Click BuddyPress share it link under the BuddyPress admin menu
    4. Check the options you want
    1. buddypress-share-it screenshot 1

      Activity share button

    2. buddypress-share-it screenshot 2

      Forum share button

    3. buddypress-share-it screenshot 3

      BP Media share button

    4. buddypress-share-it screenshot 4

      Admin options

    1.2.1

    fixed missing class error

    1.2

    Various enhancements. added share buttons to BP media images when BP media is installed. Ability to pin images to Pinterest. New share icons with option to choose sizes of icons.

    1.1.7

    bud fixes

    1.1.5

    fixed ajax bug

    1.1.4

    Added Google+ and Linkedin BuddyPress 1.3 compatibility Removed google Buzz

    1.1.3

    file path fix

    1.1.2

    • BuddyPress 1.2.8 and WordPress 3.1 support plus minor CSS tweaks

    1.1.1

    • added admin options

    1.1

    • added localization

    1.01

    • fixed file paths

    1.0

    • first release

    Notes

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

    To add sharing to BP media you must add the following add action to the BP Media template file comments.php. Add it right after the endif on line 21:

    Posted: 6 years ago #
  3. forteller
    Member

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    I strongly disagree (obviously ;)).

    No, not everyone wants to use CC, but standard full copyright would of course be one of the licenses to choose from (and the default one), just like in Flickr.

    It doesn't make sense to me that uploading media should be core functionality, but determining the license on that media should be some fringe thing you need install a plugin for.

    And it makes even less sense that a system created for publishing text should not include a way to tell the world the copyright status of that text. Especially when that system is Free Software and prides itself of that fact.

    Why does that factor in to it? Because when that system does not include a way to set a license it very strongly pushes you towards using full copyright (that is: unfree). (C) comes automatically, (CC) demands a lot of effort (At least these steps: actually knowing about the possibility, caring enough to do something about it, understanding that a plugin might be the thing to do about it, finding the correct plugin, setting it up properly)

    If setting a license is built in the default would still be (C), and (CC) would still demand some effort. But it would be a possibility you would become aware of when seeing the setting, and the effort to choose it would be minimal.

    Doesn't it make sense to have a way of choosing the rights and restrictions on the works you publish built into the publishing tool?

    I'm not sure I understand what you meant about wordpress.com, Ipstenu. Are you saying .com does have a system like this in place, or that you agree that it would make sense there, but not in .org? Or am I totally misunderstanding you?

    "licensing your personal content on your personal site is your own, personal, business"

    Yes, just like privacy settings, number and length of items in the feed, default link category, remote publishing and every thing else you can adjust in the built in settings is my personal business. But it shouldn't all be pushed out into plugins because of that.

    Posted: 5 years ago #
  4. nuwansh
    Member

    This plugin convert WordPress default pagination behavior into the Twitter style using Ajax functionality.

    The "Ajax Pagination (Twitter style) plugin is used to convert WrodPress pagination system to completely Ajax functionality and it presents Twitter's pagination style. You can use this plugin to where the pagination is available in your template.

    For more information

    Follow the steps below to install the plugin.

    1. Download the plugin zip file.
    2. Unzip.
    3. Upload the ajax-pagination/ folder to your /wp-content/plugins/ directory.
    4. Activate the plugin through the Plugins menu in WordPress.
    5. Place (localize the strings (second parameter) be replacing the parameters according to your current locale) in your template, for instance in index.php, author.php , category.php etc...
    <?php if(function_exists('genarate_ajax_pagination')) genarate_ajax_pagination('Read More', 'blue');  ?>

    Usage

    <?php 
          if(function_exists('genarate_ajax_pagination')) 
            genarate_ajax_pagination($btn_name, $color_name, $loop, $query );  
    ?>

    Parameters

    $btn_name

    *string (optional). The button name

    *Default: "Read More"

    $color_name

    *string (optional). The button background color name.

    *Default: "blck"

    *Others values:

    1. blue
    2. red
    3. magenta
    4. orange
    5. yellow

    Note: this plugin is used CSS3 functionality buttons. The original credits to Super Awesome Buttons with CSS3 and RGBA

    $loop

    *string (optional).

    *Default: 'content'

    *Note:

    1. The 'twentyeleven' theme support 'content'
    2. The 'twentyten' theme support 'loop'

    The loop file is where the posts/content will be loaded. The default value is (if you don't set $loop variable) 'loop'. This usage is that, the plugin load your post content template, eg: get_template_part($loop). Advantage of this parameter is that you can use the pagination in several places in your wordpress themes to load the posts/content from.

    $query

    *array (optional)

    *Default: array()

    If you are using custom query to display posts, pagination plugin also need the custom query array to run loop. The advantage of this parameter, you can use any Custom Post Type Template. eg: array('post_type' => 'custom')

    Ajax callback function after complete next page is loaded

    This plugin is used jQuery javaScript framework to handel the AJAX functionality on client side. So this plugin is trigger customer event name called 'complete-paginate' once complete the next page append. Note: what is the important of the custom event in client side. If you have twitter or Facebook button or some specific event bind DOM in the loaded posts content. This custom event may help you to re-assign javascript functionality without any effect.

    The custom event is bind into the read more button (id="ajax_pagination_btn"). eg:

    $('#ajax_pagination_btn').bind('complete-paginate', function(event) {
      console.log('update other Js functionality');
    });

    How can I get Ajax pagination button

    Place the following code after the main loop of the template.

    <?php if(function_exists('genarate_ajax_pagination')) genarate_ajax_pagination('Read More', 'blue');  ?>

    How can I change Button styles

    Third parameter is used to change button styles. This Button is available following colors

    • black (default: no need to set third parameter)
    • blue
    • red
    • magenta
    • orange
    • yellow

    How can I use pagination in the custom post type template

    If you have a specific template using custom post type, you have to assign the custom query array into the $query parameter. eg:

    1. Here custom post type is 'magazine'
    2. Theme uses loop-magazine.php to load the posts content.
    3. Now we should add following variables to the genarate_ajax_pagination() function.
    $btn_name   = 'Read More'
        $color_name = 'blue'
        $loop       = 'loop-magazine'
        $query      =  array('post_type' => 'magazine')
    
        <?php
           $projectspost = new WP_Query(array('post_type' => 'magazine'));
           //number of post for a page
           while ($projectspost->have_posts()) : $projectspost->the_post();
             get_template_part( 'loop', 'magazine' );
           endwhile;
        ?>
        <?php wp_reset_query();   //Restore global post data stomped by the_post(). ?>
        <?php 
            if(function_exists('genarate_ajax_pagination')) 
            genarate_ajax_pagination('Read More', 'blue', 'loop-magazine', array('post_type' => 'magazine')); 
        ?>

    See more: http://www.zurb.com/blog_uploads/0000/0617/buttons-03.html

    Have you got any questions?

    Oh! that's good, Please email to me nuwan28 at gmail.com

    or

    Create a new issue Ajax Pagination (twitter Style) - issues

    1. ajax-pagination screenshot 1

      Pagination Button

    1.0.0

    • Initial Release

    1.1

    • optimized to query ajax functionality with fancy button
    • The plugin upgraded into the 1.2 version, for WP 3.3.1 compatibility.
    • Add jquery ‘complete-paginate’ custom event after next page loaded.
    • Plugin is now compatibility to handle custom post type template in themes.
    Posted: 6 years ago #
  5. wpdevelop
    Member

    Booking plugin.

    Please, use this version now Actual Working revision of this plugin here

    This book plugin will updated later.

    Use this version http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/booking/ of plugin

    Is this actual version ?

    No

    Where is actual version ?

    Here

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    See change logs at this page.

    Posted: 6 years ago #

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