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  1. Mike Walker
    Member

    Better shortcodes. Embed HTML into your blog's posts, pages, titles, comments, and widgets with this powerful, easy-to-use plugin.

    If you are looking for an easier way to create and manage embedded HTML and shortcodes then this is it. Embedder allows you to create as many HTML embeds as you like without writing a single line of PHP code (though if you need to do it, Embedder allows you to do that too).

    Create local HTML embeds for blog post simply by adding one or more custom fields. Any custom field name enclosed in square brackets [] will be recognized as an embed when used in the post.

    For example, you can quickly create your own tag language for posts (and comments) by adding custom fields like [b], [i], [quote], [link], etc.

    And embed YouTube videos, Google Maps, Facebook and Twitter buttons, and much more in a matter of a few seconds.

    Embed attributes makes it easy to add much more flexibility to your embeds. For example, to highlight any text in your posts (and comments), just add the following custom field:

        Name: [color]
        Value: <span style="color:%col%">%content%</style>
    

    Then, in your posts, you can use the embed like this:

        The quick [color col="brown"]brown[color] fox 
        jumps over the [color col="yellow"]lazy dog[/color].
    

    The %col% attribute is replaced by the value you set, and the special %content% attribute is replaced by the text between the open and close embed tags.

    If you want to use your embeds in all your posts, or use them in your sidebar widgets, you can create global HTML embeds using the Manage Embeds settings page, and take advantage of the following advanced features:

    • Use embed attributes to increase the flexibility of your embedded HTML.
    • Nested embeds (including a workaround to WordPress's nested shortcode problems)
    • Set default values for your attributes.
    • Use embeds in titles and comments too.
    • Auto-embed HTML at the top and bottom of blog posts and pages.
    • Include or exclude auto-embeds from posts/pages based on tags, categories, or parent pages.
    • Wrap your embeds in a div or span to modify an embed's position or appearance.
    • Call out to a user-specified PHP function to generate the embed's HTML for you.
    • Use global embeds in sidebar widgets too, including widget titles.
    • Embed groups -- group your global embeds to keep them organized
    • Import and export embeds. Share your embeds with others, or make backups for safekeeping.
    • Support for embedding all unicode characters (e.g. Chinese, Arabic, Hebrew, etc).
    • Wrap embeds with individual CSS styles.
    • NEW!! Ajaxified Embedder Manager makes managing your embeds much easier and faster.
    • NEW!! Powerful new Embedder parser that solves WordPress shortcode problems.

    For more information, go to the Embedder Plugin's Home Page where you will find extensive documentation for the plugin, and the Embedder Plugin Support Forum.

    If you decide the Embedder a whirl, please let me know how you get on by leaving feedback in the Embedder Plugin Support Forum. There is no need to register, just go there and post your comments.

    Installation Instructions:

    1. Navigate to the Plugins >> Add New page in your blog's administration section.
    2. Search for Embedder.
    3. Locate the plugin in the list then click Install and follow the on-screen instructions.

    Getting Started:

    Click here for a quick start guide to creating your first embed.

    If I put two embeds right next to each other in a post (e.g. [myvid][mylink]) the second embed doesn't work. Why not?

    By default, the plugin uses the WordPress shortcode feature to do the embedding, and there is a long-standing bug in the shortcode parser where it skips past the first character after the end of a embed tag, so it misses the second embed completely.

    To fix this problem, simply select the option to use the new Embedder parser at the top of the Settings >> Embeds administration page.

    Using an embed nested inside the another instance of the same embed didn't work as I expected. What happened?

    By default, the plugin relies on WordPress's shortcode parser to find the start and end tags of embeds, but the parser fails when you put one copy of an embed inside another with the same name. This is a well known WordPress limitation.

    To fix this problem, simply select the option to use the new Embedder parser at the top of the Settings >> Embeds administration page.

    What are the minimum versions of software the plugin has been tested with?

    • WordPress 2.5 is the known minimum required (will definitely not work with older versions of WordPress)
    • WordPress 3.0.1 is the minimum version the plugin has been tested on
    • PHP5 5.2.6 (will probably work with earlier versions of PHP4 and PHP5)
    • MYSQL 5.0.5 (will probably work with earlier versions of MYSQL 4.0 and 5.0)

    Click here and here for screenshots of the creation and use of local and global embeds.

    Version 1.3.3

    • Minor fixes to use new WordPress APIs. No new function.
    • Tested with WordPress 3.9 (should work with earlier 3.x releases)

    Version 1.3.2

    • Another bug fix release. No new function.

    Version 1.3.1

    • Fix bugs causing problems with PHP4 and Windows

    Version 1.3

    • Ajaxified the Embed Manager page.
    • Add a new parser for embedding to replace the limited and buggy shortcode feature.
    • A couple of minor fixes.
    • Refactoring the source code.

    Version 1.2

    • Add support for embedding unicode (UTF8) characters in embeds.
    • Add support for wrapping embeds with individual CSS styles.

    Version 1.1.1

    Minor but important bug fixes to import and enable/disable embeds.

    Version 1.1

    • Fixed the Contextual Help
    • Renamed the export tag to prevent clash with WordPress's built-in [embed] shortcode (oops)
    • A couple of other cosmetic changes.

    Version 1.0

    • Overhauled the Embed Manager admin pages to add groups and an import/export capability.

    Version 0.5

    • Added support for embeds in widget text and titles.

    Version 0.4

    • Added support for embeds in titles and (optionally) in comments.

    Version 0.3

    • Added support for attribute defaults.

    Version 0.2

    • Added support for nested embeds.

    Version 0.1

    • This was the first version.

    Known issues

    None so far.

    Posted: 6 years ago #
  2. daniloercoli
    Member

    @reeseandcoco - What is the URL of your site? Could you please open a new ticket with few information on it since I'm going to close this.

    Posted: 2 years ago #
  3. Ipstenu (Mika Epstein)
    Administrator

    Just because something doesn't work the way you want it to does not make it broken.

    In this case, you're thinking about CPTs incorrectly, but it's a very logical and understandable confusion. I had the same problem.

    Read Otto's post: http://ottopress.com/2010/wordpress-3-0-and-custom-post-types/

    Posted: 5 years ago #
  4. svil4ok
    Member

    WordPress plugin that automatically share your new post to Facebook, Twitter and Google Buzz.

    Posted: 6 years ago #
  5. The WordPress AdBlocker Blocker is designed for one purpose, to block visitors to your website who use FireFox AdBlocker.

    This plugin is no longer maintained by the developer.

    The WordPress AdBlocker Blocker is designed for one purpose, to block visitors to your website who use FireFox AdBlocker. People have the right to run advertisement blocking software if they choose, I'm not opposed to it but I also believe that website owners have the right to block people who block the ads.

    To install the plugin, please upload the folder to your plugins folder and active the plugin.

    Where is the information displayed?

    Under your Plugins page, there is a link for settings beside the plugin details as well as in your Tools menu.

    Updates

    Donations

    If you would like to donate to help support future development of this tool, please visit Christopher Ross

    Posted: 6 years ago #
  6. marquex
    Member

    Display custom widget configurations for every page or post on your site.

    If you'd like to be able to choose what widgets display on each page or post of your site, then this is the plugin you need.

    Screen space is limited and you can quickly run out of room when trying to pack every widget for every page of your site into one sidebar and a few widgetized footer areas.

    [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7kgqwceGynA

    Custom Sidebars allows you to display custom widget configurations on any page, post, category, post type, or archive page.

    ★★★★★
    "Custom Sidebars will go on my "essential plugins" list from now on. I am pleased by how easy it was to figure out and by how many options are available in the free version." - monkeyhateclean

    ★★★★★
    "This plugin does exactly what it says. It's light, integrates well into WordPress and gives you tons of possibilities." - DarkNova

    Every part of Custom Sidebars integrates seamlessly with the Widgets menu for simplicity and control. No confusing settings pages or added menu items, just simple core integration.

    Simple. Powerful.


    Custom Sidebars Includes:
    • Unlimited custom widget configurations
    • Set custom widgets for individual posts and pages, categories, post types, and archives
    • Seamless integration with the WordPress Widgets menu
    • Works with well-coded themes and doesn't slow down your site
    Install Custom Sidebars and see for yourself why it's the most popular widget extension plugin available for WordPress with over 200,000 downloads.

    Need more control?


    If you want more targeted controls checkout Custom Sidebars Pro:

    • Set individual widget visibility – for guests, by user role, by post type, for special pages or categories
    • Author specific sidebars – display a custom sidebar for each of your authors
    • Clone and sync widget settings – quickly edit complex configurations
    • Import and export custom sidebars – backup and share sidebars
    • 24/7 support for all things WordPress
    • 100+ premium plugins, themes, support, updates and services – Including Hummingbird pagespeed booster, Uptime monitoring and security hardening

    Get Custom Sidebars or Custom Sidebars Pro for targeted marketing, better widgets for each level of your membership site, or just to clean up bloated content on each page. Download and try it for free!

    There are two ways of installing the plugin:

    From the WordPress plugins page

    1. Download the plugin, extract the zip file.
    2. Upload the custom-sidebars folder to your /wp-content/plugins/ directory.
    3. Active the plugin in the plugin menu panel in your administration area.

    From inside your WordPress installation, in the plugin section.

    1. Search for custom sidebars plugin.
    2. Download it and then active it.

    Once you have the plugin activated you will find all new features inside your "Widgets" screen! There you will be able to create and manage your own sidebars.

    Find more functionality and usage information on the Custom Sidebars Pro page.

    [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q05O9OFEYHM

    How do I begin working with this plugin?

    Please refer to the usage section of Custom Sidebars Pro

    Why can't I see a widget menu?

    This plugin requires your theme to have widget areas enabled, if you don't have widget areas enabled you probably need to use a different theme that does!

    Where do I set my sidebars up?

    You have a sidebar box when editing a entry. Also you can define default sidebars for different posts and archives.

    Why do I get a message 'There are no replaceable sidebars selected'?

    You can create all the sidebars you want, but you need some sidebars of your theme to be replaced by the ones that you have created. You have to select which sidebars from your theme are suitable to be replaced in the Custom Sidebars settings page and you will have them available to switch.

    Everything is working properly on Admin area, but the custom sidebars are not displayed on the site. Why?

    You are probably using a theme that doesn't load dynamic sidebars properly or doesn't use the wp_head() function in its header. The plugin replaces the sidebars inside that function, and many other plugins hook there, so it is more than recommended to use it.

    It appears that only an Admin can choose to add a sidebar. How can Editors (or any other role) edit customs sidebars?

    Any user that can switch themes, can create sidebars. Switch_themes is the capability needed to manage widgets, so if you can’t edit widgets you can’t create custom sidebars. There are some plugins to give capabilities to the roles, so you can make your author be able to create the sidebars. Try User role editor

    Does it have custom taxonomies support?

    This plugin supports showing your posts on all different categories or tags, it's awesome, for more visibility controls try Custom Sidebars Pro

    Can I use the plugin in commercial projects?

    Custom Sidebars has the same license as WordPress, so you can use it wherever you want for free. Yay!

    I like the plugin, but what can I do if my website is based in a WP version older than 3.3

    If you are running a earlier version of WordPress download Custom Sidebars 0.8.2.

    1. custom-sidebars screenshot 1

      Set custom sidebars for individual posts and pages or by category, post-type, or archive.

    2. custom-sidebars screenshot 2

      Create new sidebars without confusing settings.

    3. custom-sidebars screenshot 3

      Integrates with WordPress core Widgets menu.

    2.1.1.9

    • Fixed export problem, when two or more widget has the same name.
    • Fixed problem with import widgets created before Custom Sidebars plugin was installed.
    • Fixed problem with sidebars on Front Page.

    2.1.1.8

    • Added support and widgets links on the plugins page.
    • Fixed export problem, when two or more widget has the same name.
    • Fixed few "Undefined index" warnings.
    • Improved import preview screen.
    • Improved RTL languages on widgets screen.

    2.1.1.7

    • Rollback last change with front page.

    2.1.1.6

    • Fixed a bug when we try to use to get property of non-object in "maybe_display_widget()".
    • If front page is a page, then we have now the same rules like we have on on page.

    2.1.1.5

    • Added new filter "cs_replace_post_type" to filter post type inside function "determine_replacement()".

    2.1.1.4

    • Fixed problem with sorting and filtering.

    2.1.1.3

    • Added check if there the function "mb_strtolower".

    2.1.1.2

    • Sidebars are now sorted by name.

    2.1.1.1

    • Fixed a problem with unclickable items on widgets admin screen.

    2.1.1.0

    • Fixed undefined index in Sidebars Editor.

    2.1.0.9

    • Fixed issue with broken link icon for cloned widgets.

    2.1.0.8

    • Small improvements in the admin UI: Better scrolling, fix JavaScript errors and PHP notices.
    • Update third party libraries.
    • Small improvements in code.

    2.1.0.4

    • Fix missing text-domain in translation

    2.1.0.3

    • Fix incompatibility with PopUp plugin

    2.1.0.2

    • Close possible security hole (XSS vulnerability)

    2.1.0.1

    • Fix incompatibility with PopUp plugin

    2.1.0.0

    • Fixed: Sidebars could not be created on certain webserver setups.

    2.0.9.9

    • Fixed: Minified CSS files included now.

    2.0.9.8

    • Better: Add context-guide how to changes settings for static front-page.

    2.0.9.7

    • New: Assign a Sidebar to 404 pages via the Sidebar Location dialog.

    2.0.9.6

    • Fix: In some browsers the "Add sidebar" popup was partially hidden.
    • Fix: Sometimes the dropdown list of a multiselect list stayed open.
    • Fix: Plugin now correctly loads the .po files to translate to other languages.
    • Some other small improvements.

    2.0.9.4

    • Fix: For some users the plugin was not loading anymore after updating to 2.0.9.1.

    2.0.9.3

    • Fix: Z-index issue in Dashboard where wide widgets where covered by the main-menu.
    • Fix: Added compatibility for static front-page sidebars with version 2.0.9

    2.0.9.2

    • Fix: Sidebar Locations "Front Page" and "Post Index" now work correctly.

    2.0.9.1

    • Fix: Sidebars now support unicode-text in name/description.
    • Minor: New debugging output that explains why a sidebar/widget is displayed.

    2.0.9

    • Fix: Fixed issue with WP sidebar chooser right after creating a new sidebar.
    • Fix: Fixed various issues when flagging a sidebar s replaceable.
    • Fix: Plugin will not load in accessibility mode but display a notice instead.
    • Minor fix: Make code compatible with PHP 5.2.4
    • Minor fix: Slight improvement of AJAX stability
    • Minor fix: Plugin now requires capability "edit_theme_options"

    2.0.8

    • Fix: Fixed issue with settings not being saved correctly.

    2.0.7

    • Fix: Fixed issue with some people losing some sidebar settings after update.

    2.0.6.1

    • Minor fix: Use WordPress core functions to get URL to JavaScript files.
    • Minor fix: Refactor function name to avoid misunderstandings.

    2.0.5

    • Fixed: Meta box in post editor did show missing sidebars (e.g. after switching the theme)
    • Fixed: PHP warning about strict standards.

    2.0.3

    • Fixed: JavaScript errors on Windows servers are fixed.

    2.0.2

    • Fixed: Dashboard notification is now removed when clicking "dismiss"

    2.0.1

    • PHP 5.2 compatibility layer.

    2.0

    • Complete UI redesign!
    • Many small bugfixes.

    1.6

    • Added: WordPress filter "cs_sidebar_params" is called before a custom sidebar is registered.
    • Added: Add setting "CUSTOM_SIDEBAR_DISABLE_METABOXES" in wp-config.php to remove custom-sidebar meta boxes.

    1.5

    • Added: Custom sidebars now works with BuddyPress pages.

    1.4

    • Fixed: Individual post sidebar selection when default sidebars for single posts are defined
    • Fixed: Category sidebars sorting
    • Added: WP 3.8 new admin design (MP6) support

    1.3.1

    • Fixed: Absolute paths that leaded to the outdated browser error
    • Fixed: Stripped slashes for the pre/post widget/title fields

    1.3

    • Fixed: A lot of warnings with the PHP debug mode on
    • Improved: Styles to make them compatible with WP 3.6
    • Fixed: Creation of sidebars from the custom sidebars option
    • Fixed: Missing loading icons in the admin area
    • Removed: Donate banner. Thanks to the ones that have be supporting Custom Sidebar so far.

    1.2

    • Fixed: Searches with no results shows default sidebar.
    • Added: RTL support (thanks to Dvir http://foxy.co.il/blog/)
    • Improved: Minor enhancements in the interface to adapt it to wp3.
    • Added: French and Hebrew translations
    • Fixed: Slashes are added to the attributes of before and after title/widget

    1.1

    • Fixed: Where lightbox not showing for everybody (Thanks to Robert Utnehmer)
    • Added: Default sidebar for search results pages
    • Added: Default sidebar for date archives
    • Added: Default sidebar for Uncategorized posts

    1.0

    • Fixed: Special characters make sidebars undeletable
    • Added: Child/parent pages support
    • Improved interface to handle hundreds of sidebars easily
    • Added: Ajax support for creating an editing sidebars from the widget page
    • Added: Italian translation

    0.8.2

    • Fixed: Problems with Spanish translation
    • Added: Dutch and German language files
    • Fixed: Some CSS issues with WP3.3

    0.8.1

    • Fixed: You can assign sidebars to your pages again.

    0.8

    • Fixed: Category hierarchy is now handled properly by the custom sidebars plugin.
    • Added: Sidebars can be set for every custom post type post individually.
    • Improved the way it replace the sidebars.
    • Improved some text and messages in the back-end.

    0.7.1

    • Fixed: Now the plugin works with themes like Thesis that don't use the the_header hook. Changed the hook where execute the replacement code to wp_head.
    • Fixed: When a second sidebar is replaced with the originally first sidebar, it is replaced by the first sidebar replacement instead.

    0.7

    • Fixed: Bulk and Quick editing posts and pages reset their custom sidebars.
    • Changed capability needed to switch_themes, and improved capability management.

    0.6

    • New interface, more user friendly
    • Added the possibility of customize the main blog page sidebars
    • Added the sidebars by category, so now you can personalize all the post that belongs to a category easily in a hierarchical way
    • Added the possibility of customize the authors page sidebars
    • Added the possibility of customize the tags page sidebars
    • Added, now it is possible to edit the sidebars names, as well as the pre-widget, post-widget, pre-title, post-title for a sidebar.
    • Added the possibility of customize the sidebars of posts list by category or post-type.

    0.5

    • Fixed a bug that didn't allow to create new bars when every previous bars were deleted.
    • Fixed a bug introduced in v0.4 that did not allow to assign bars per post-types properly
    • Added an option to remove all the Custom Sidebars data from the database easily.

    0.4

    • Empty sidebars will now be shown as empty, instead of displaying the theme's default sidebar.

    0.3

    • PHP 4 Compatible (Thanks to Kay Larmer)
    • Fixed a bug introduced in v0.2 that did not allow to save the replaceable bars options

    0.2

    • Improved security by adding wp_nonces to the forms.
    • Added the pt-widget post type to the ignored post types.
    • Improved i18n files.
    • Fixed screenshots for documentation.

    0.1

    • Initial release

    Contact and Credits

    Custom sidebars is maintained and developed by WPMU DEV.

    Original development completed by Javier Marquez

    Custom Sidebars uses the great jQuery plugin Tiny Scrollbar by Maarten Baijs.

    Posted: 6 years ago #
  7. Marcus
    Member

    Plugin Commander is a plugin management plugin for multi-site mode, which allows further control on network-activated plugins.

    =THIS PLUGIN IS ONLY USEFUL IF YOU'RE USING MULTI-SITE MODE=

    This is the same plugin previously available at http://firestats.cc/wiki/WPMUPluginCommander, which has been used reliably with wordpress multi-site networks for many years.

    Plugin Commander is a plugin management plugin for multi-site mode, which allows further control on network-activated plugins.

    It allow you to do the following things:

    • Mark any plugin in the plugins directory to be automatically activated for new blogs.
    • Mass activate or deactivate a plugin for all existing blogs
    • Choose which plugins users can activate and deactivate through Manage->Plugins, for this to make sense you need to disable the built-in plugins menu (through Site Admin->Options->Menus)
    • Activate and deactivate plugins for specific blogs, even if the blog owner is not allowed to control those plugins.

    =1.1.6=

    Fixed compatibility with WPMU 3.0.0 (ticket #1324, thanks for this fix goes to gorm and mitch).

    See plugin site for full change log.

    Posted: 6 years ago #
  8. lerizzle
    Member

    thanks,

    I can't wait for 3.3.

    I will try what you say about the URL but I killed myself trying to make it work and it just wasn't working for me and I looked everywhere online and everyone had the same issue.

    so if you are saying that all the URL's we talked about work with custom taxonomies and custom post type I will go back to the drawing board.

    Posted: 5 years ago #
  9. matt_mcbrien
    Member

    WP SimpleWeather allows you to quickly and easily display the current weather at any location you enter using the Yahoo! Weather API.

    WP SimpleWeather allows you to quickly and easily display the current weather at any location you enter using the Yahoo! Weather API. WP SimpleWeather is exactly what you'd expect from the name. A SIMPLE way to display weather via a wordpress plugin. It is easily installed, widgetized, and comes with an expansive yet easy to use settings page.

    The WP SimpleWeather Plugin was adapted from the simpleWeather jQuery plugin by James Fleeting.

    1. Upload the whole plugin folder to your /wp-content/plugins/ folder.
    2. Go to the 'Plugins' page in the menu and activate the plugin.
    3. Use the WP SimpleWeather Settings page located under the 'Settings' menu to change your plugin options. You must enter a location.
    4. Activate the WP SimpleWeather Widget under the 'Appearance --> Widgets' menu, or by adding the [wp-simpleweather] shortcode where you wish to display the weather widget.

    Shortcode Options

    • Options include [wp-simpleweather width="(integer)" float="(left/right/none)" paddingtop="(integer)" paddingright="(integer) paddingbottom="(integer)" paddingleft="(integer)"
    • Example [wp-simpleweather width="200" float="left" paddingtop="10" paddingright="10" paddingbottom="10" paddingleft="0"]
    1. wp-simpleweather screenshot 1

      The default WP SimpleWeather widget.

    2. wp-simpleweather screenshot 2

      The WP SimpleWeather widget with all options shown.

    3. wp-simpleweather screenshot 3

      The WP SimpleWeather Settings page.

    Changes for the WP SimpleWeather Plugin:

    0.2.5

    • Updated to work with the WordPress 3.8.1.

    0.2.4

    • Testing to ensure the plugin works correctly with WordPress 3.5.1.

    0.2.3

    • Corrected an error where selecting to display only the city, without displaying the region or country, would break the widget. Thanks to Rick H. for pointing out the problem.

    0.2.2

    • Added the ability to modify celsius wind speed units from km/h to m/s.
    • Changed function which removed DB settings on deactivation to the proper function to remove those settings on uninstall. Unfortunately, prior to this version, updates remove your settings. Sorry!

    0.2.1

    • Changes to initialization of options, so that default options are saved into the DB, not merely checked as if they had been saved.
    • Now deletes DB entries upon deactivation for a clean uninstall.

    0.2

    • Minor corrections in wp-simpleweather-plain.css
    • Addition of a choice of image themes. Choices added are Sketchy Weather by Azure_Sol and Weather Images Shiny by Jyrik.
    • Localized all image files.
    • Added shortcode implementation option.

    0.1.1

    • Minor correction to description, addition of changelog in the readme.txt file.

    0.1

    • Initial release.
    Posted: 6 years ago #
  10. Ipstenu (Mika Epstein)
    Administrator


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