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  1. The Pickling Jar Ltd
    Member

    Adds post RSS feeds to your blog

    This plugin simply adds the option for your readers to subscribe to pages as well as posts with RSS and Atom. Ideal for when you are using WordPress as a CMS.

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

    1. Upload rss-pages-for-wordpress-v3.php to the /wp-content/plugins/rss-pages-for-wordpress-v3/ directory
    2. Activate the RSS Pages For WordPress V3+ through the 'Plugins' menu in WordPress
    3. Select the type of content you wish to show (full feed or permalink) from the settings page (default: permalink)
    4. Done - An RSS 0.92, RSS 2.0 and an Atom feed will be added to your header automatically.

    No feeds showing in your header?

    Makes sure that wp_head() is called between in your themes header.php

    Need Support?

    Although we do not offer support you can contact us via our homepage The Pickling Jar Ltd

    1. rss-pages-for-wordpress-v3 screenshot 1

      Screenshot of RSS Pages Plugin

    2.6.1

    • Removed some debugging code

    2.6.0

    • Added option to show the full page or just a permalink in feeds

    2.5.4

    • Fixed readme

    2.5.3

    • Fixes for Atom timestamp bugs

    2.5.2

    • RSS2 Google Reader compatibility

    2.5.1

    • Added Google Reader compatibility
    • Fixed some validation errors

    2.5.0

    • Bump support to upto WordPress 3.1

    2.4.9

    • Final fix for timestamps

    2.4.9

    • Fix for when timestamp doesn't include the time

    2.4.7

    • Fix for when timestamp doesn't include the time

    2.4.6

    • Timestamp bug again

    2.4.5

    • Atom bug fix

    2.4.4

    • timestamp bug

    2.4.3

    • More timestamp bugs

    2.4.2

    • Fixing last of the timestamp bugs

    2.4.1

    • Bug fixes

    2.4.0

    • Bug fixes
    Posted: 5 years ago #
  2. Ipstenu (Mika Epstein)
    Administrator

    I think that would cause too much confusion with http://codex.wordpress.org/Function_Reference/register_post_type

    Especially since this isn't a page 'type' at all, but just a normal page.

    I'm not 100% clear on what you're trying to solve... Can you give a real-world example?

    Posted: 3 years ago #
  3. splitfeed
    Member

    Adds a BBcode to display a generated image containing information from the Android Market.

    This plugin requires a Gmail account connected to a phone from which you can get your market_checkin value. As far as I know this can only be done (reasonably) easy on rooted devices

    Adds a shortcode to display a generated image containing information from the Android Market. The shortcode format is [app]<app pname>[/app] to output a badge of the selected application. There is also a simple support for QR-codes built in that can be used by [qr]<app pname>[/qr].

    Examples

    [app]org.wordpress.android[/app]

    [qr]org.wordpress.android][/qr]

    [qr size=10]org.wordpress.android][/qr]

    1. Install normally (will expand on this if someone needs me to, but just do it)
    2. Go to "App Badges" settings under "Plugin menu"
    3. Enter your GMail username and password
    4. Enter your android deviceId
    5. Check the rest of the settings if you want to, but they should work fine out of the box

    To test the installation, simply type [app=org.wordpress.android] into a post.

    Problems with fetching the market data?

    There is a project site and news group at http://code.google.com/p/android-market-api-php/ that is the part that fetches information from the Android Market. The wiki there is somewhat bare bones, but check it out and mail the newsgroup if it doesn't fill your needs

    1. android-market-badge screenshot 1

      The default badge for the WordPress client for Android

    2. android-market-badge screenshot 2

      QR code for the WordPress client for Android

    0.7.4

    • Reverted lowercase change since some apps seem to be case sensitive after all

    0.7.3

    • All pnames are now sent as lowercase to make searches easier. Market seems to be case sensitive, but since all pnames are lowercase I figure this should work just fine (Thanks to Marten for pointing this out!)
    • Fixed cache folder not writable error message

    0.7.2

    • Added translation support (English and Swedish is available at the moment, but feel free to send me translations and I will include them in later releases)
    • Made class use init-hook instead of creating everything in the constructor

    0.7.1

    • Discovered shortcode stuff in WP and rewrote some code to use that instead. There is a forced backwards compability mode in action that keeps old shortcodes working, but this will be optional and off by default later on.
    • Also added "size" attribute to qr, making size changeable

    0.7

    • Nothing, misunderstood versioning again

    0.6

    • Reset messed up versioning, sorry
    • Added another screenshot
    • Tweaked this document

    0.51

    • Renamed default badge to "default"
    • Cleaned up the code a little bit
    • Better error handling when lacking write permissions to the cache folder

    0.5

    • First version uploaded to WP Plugin Site
    Posted: 5 years ago #
  4. Philipp Speck
    Member

    With this plugin you can control the indexing behaviour of search engines for any post or page.

    This plugin will give you full control of the meta robots tag for each post or page. meta robots have a direct influence to the indexing behaviour of search engines. After activation you will find it as a WordPress typical meta box on the edit page in admin area.

    From a dropdown menu you can choose the following options:

    • index, follow
    • index, nofollow
    • noindex, follow
    • noindex, nofollow

    By creating an new post/page the default value is automatically set to index, follow without any user input. Categories, tags, and archiv are set to noindex, follow. Search results, 404 and others to noindex, nofollow.

    • NOINDEX - prevents the page from being included in the index
    • NOFOLLOW - prevents Googlebot from following any links on the page

    Related Links

    Note: Please update now! Before installing or upgrading new plugins, please backup your database first!

    There are several ways to install a plugin in WordPress. For newbies this way is highly recommended:

    1. Navigate to 'Add New' under 'Plugins' menu in admin area
    2. Upload or choose wp-meta-robots.zip from 'Install Plugins'
    3. Activate the plugin through the 'Plugins' menu in WordPress

    For correct working make sure that your site visibility isn't blocked. You can find this option under 'Privacy' in 'Settings' menu. Prevent to intall more than one plugin for the same task. Prevent double entries in the header and values which are in conflict to each other.

    Do I have to add any code in the template?

    No, the plugin will automatically add the meta tag in the header.

    How I can be sure that the plugin works properly?

    Go to the frontend of your page and check the source code.

    Will this plugin works together with other SEO plugins?

    Yes, for sure. But check your code for double entries.

    What to do when the plugin is not shown on the edit page?

    Check if 'Meta Robots'are visible under 'Screen Options'.

    1. wordpress-meta-robots screenshot 1

      screenshot-1.gif

    2.1

    • Version 2.1: code optimization

    2.0

    • Version 2.0: fixing SQL ADD COLUMN bug

    1.9

    • Version 1.9: Small optimization in code and readme.txt

    1.8

    • Version 1.8: Adding forgotten line in code for showing meta box in posts

    1.7

    • Better description text for 'WordPress Plugin Directory'

    1.6

    • Optimizing code with ternary operator

    1.5

    • Prevent indexing category, tags, search, archiv, 404

    1.4

    • Isolating functions in own class.

    1.3

    • Adding meta robots tag in wp_head by activation.

    1.2

    • Display meta tag only for posts/pages.

    1.1

    • Variable plugin basename.

    1.0

    • Basic functionality with extra field in database.
    Posted: 5 years ago #
  5. iLobster
    Member

    Here are the reasons I thing it should be in the core:

    1. The user can find and manage all pages from the same place. If woocommerce Pages are managed within woocommerce, plugin pages within plugins and theme pages in yet another panel, it causes great confusion.

    2. It creates a universal safe and quick way for developers of themes and plugins to require pages, without messing with messy code of libraries they need to include

    3. The biggest use is for custom sites. Usually when you need to create a hard-coded link to a page, it would be done by page ID, which is dangerous if the client accidentally removes that page.

    Posted: 3 years ago #
  6. Toggles the visibilty of your commentform.

    Toggles the visibilty of your commentform.

    You can use the built in installer and upgrader, or you can install the plugin manually.

    Installation via WordPress

    1. Go to the menu 'Plugins' -> 'Install' and search for 'Show/Hide Commentform'
    2. Click 'install'

    Manual Installation

    1. Upload folder show-hide-commentform to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
    2. Activate the plugin through the 'Plugins' menu in WordPress
    3. Configure plugin in 'Settings -> Admin Bar' menu

    none

    1.0.5

    • (02. November 2012)
    • Tested up to WordPress 3.8-alpha

    1.0.4

        1. 2011
    • changes in readme.txt
    • Testing in WP 3.5 alpha

    1.0.3

        1. 2011
    • Ready for WordPress 3.3

    1.0.1

        1. 2011
    • Correcting SVN :-)

    1.0.0

        1. 2011
    • Initial Release
    Posted: 5 years ago #

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