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  1. Ben Cagri
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    Users can log in and they can add article,it's enabled but it must be front end,not back end...for ex: when user signed in,there should be links like "Add Article - Add Poll - Add Gallery" and when they click "Add Article" they should not be redirected to the back and...They can add content like as Joomla! or drupal...

    İ think,up to now, wordpress is known as a blog cms,but it should not be a blog cms,it should be advanced CMS...

    Posted: 8 years ago #
  2. pixelshifter
    Member

    This plugin displays a manually or randomly selected image of a chosen gallery from the great plugin NextGEN Gallery.

    This plugin is just as simple as it sounds. If you already use the fabulous plugin NextGEN Gallery than the titleimage plugin gives you the ability to display the first image or a random image from a selected NexGEN Gallery. This selected image will be displayed with the php function call showTitleimage(), which can be used inside your templates. The best place would be inside the index.php file after the get_header(); call.

    The following parameters are accessible on the Tools->Titleimage administration page:

    • State - Switches the display of the titleimage on or off.
    • Gallery - Selects the NGG Ressource-Gallery
    • Image selection - Selects the image that should be displayed from the given gallery. It is possible to select the first image, a random image or a specified image.
    • Imagesize - Defines the maximum Imagewidth and -height.
    • Image Link - An URL with which the image will be linked.
    • Image Link Attributes - Additional attributes for the image link to apply CSS classes for Javascript Lightbox Effects etc.
    • Image Subtitle - Enables the image subtitle in different options (Gallery description, Image description, Individual text, No subtitlte).
    • Subtitle Link - An URL with which the subtitle will be linked.
    • Style - Defines wether the default CSS or an individual CSS File should be used.

    Localizations:

    • German
    • English

    New in Version 0.7.1

    • Added htmlspecialchars_decode function for installation on php 4.* versions.

    New in Version 0.7

    • The plugin will now work even without the PHP directive "short_open_tag" turned "off".
    • The image can now get an own link, independet from the subtitle link, an additional link attributes to apply CSS classes etc.
    • GUI cleanup

    You will find more information on pixelshifter.de, but for now in german language only ... sorry for that.

    1. Upload titleimage directory to /wp-content/plugins/
    2. Activate the plugin on the 'Plugins' area in your WordPress installation
    3. Use the php function call showTitleimage(); inside of your template

    Please keep in mind, that this plugin also requires the NextGEN Gallery plugin: NextGEN Gallery!

    http://www.pixelshifter.de/titleimage

    Posted: 8 years ago #
  3. Scott Reilly
    Member

    Turn a string, list, or array of author IDs and/or slugs into a list of links to those authors. Includes widget and template tag.

    The plugin provides a widget called "Linkify Authors" as well as a template tag, c2c_linkify_authors(), which allow you to easily specify authors to list and how to list them. Authors are specified by either ID or slug. See other parts of the documentation for example usage and capabilities.

    Links: Plugin Homepage | Plugin Directory Page | Author Homepage

    1. Unzip linkify-authors.zip inside the /wp-content/plugins/ directory for your site (or install via the built-in WordPress plugin installer)
    2. Activate the plugin through the 'Plugins' admin menu in WordPress
    3. Use the provided widget or the c2c_linkify_authors() template tag in one of your templates (be sure to pass it at least the first argument indicating what author IDs and/or slugs to linkify -- the argument can be an array, a space-separate list, or a comma-separated list). Other optional arguments are available to customize the output.

    What happens if I tell it to list something that I have mistyped, haven't created yet, or have deleted?

    If a given ID/slug doesn't match up with an existing author then that item is ignored without error.

    How do I get items to appear as a list (using HTML tags)?

    Whether you use the template tag or the widget, specify the following information for the appropriate fields/arguments:

    Before text: <ul><li> (or <ol><li>) After text: </li></ul> (or </li></ol>) Between authors: </li><li>

    Does this plugin include unit tests?

    Yes.

    1. linkify-authors screenshot 1

      The plugin's widget configuration.

    2.2 (2016-03-11)

    • Change: Update widget to 004:
      • Add register_widget() and change to calling it when hooking 'admin_init'.
      • Add version() to return the widget's version.
      • Reformat config array.
      • Discontinue use of old-style constructor.
      • Add inline docs for class variables.
      • Late-escape attribute values.
      • Reorder some conditional expressions.
    • Change: Explicitly declare methods in unit tests as public or protected.
    • Change: Fix and simplify unit tests. Add tests for widget.
    • New: Add 'Text Domain' to plugin header.
    • New: Add LICENSE file.
    • New: Add empty index.php to prevent files from being listed if web server has enabled directory listings.
    • Change: Use DIRECTORY_SEPARATOR in place of '/' when requiring widget file.
    • Change: Note compatibility through WP 4.4+.
    • Change: Update copyright date (2016).

    2.1.3 (2015-08-12)

    • Update: Discontinue use of PHP4-style constructor invocation of WP_Widget to prevent PHP notices in PHP7
    • Update: Minor widget header reformatting
    • Update: Minor widget file code tweaks (spacing, bracing)
    • Update: Minor inline document tweaks (spacing)
    • Note compatibility through WP 4.3+

    2.1.2 (2015-02-11)

    • Note compatibility through WP 4.1+
    • Update copyright date (2015)

    2.1.1 (2014-08-26)

    • Minor plugin header reformatting
    • Change documentation links to wp.org to be https
    • Note compatibility through WP 4.0+
    • Add plugin icon

    2.1 (2013-12-20)

    • If a slug search for a user by login fails, try by nicename
    • Discontinue use of deprecated get_userdatabylogin() and use get_user_by() instead
    • Validate author is either int or string before handling
    • Add unit tests
    • Minor code tweaks (spacing, bracing)
    • Minor documentation tweaks
    • Note compatibility through WP 3.8+
    • Discontinue compatibility with WP older than 3.3
    • Update copyright date (2014)
    • Change donate link
    • Add banner

    2.0.4

    • Add check to prevent execution of code if file is directly accessed
    • Note compatibility through WP 3.5+
    • Update copyright date (2013)
    • Create repo's WP.org assets directory
    • Move screenshot into repo's assets directory

    2.0.3

    • Re-license as GPLv2 or later (from X11)
    • Add 'License' and 'License URI' header tags to readme.txt and plugin file
    • Remove ending PHP close tag
    • Note compatibility through WP 3.4+

    2.0.2

    • Note compatibility through WP 3.3+
    • Add link to plugin directory page to readme.txt
    • Update copyright date (2012)

    2.0.1

    • Note compatibility through WP 3.2+
    • Minor code formatting changes (spacing)
    • Fix plugin homepage and author links in description in readme.txt

    2.0

    • Add Linkify Authors widget
    • Rename linkify_authors() to c2c_linkify_authors() (but maintain a deprecated version for backwards compatibility)
    • Rename 'linkify_authors' action to 'c2c_linkify_authors' (but maintain support for backwards compatibility)
    • Add Template Tag, Screenshots, and Frequently Asked Questions sections to readme.txt
    • Add screenshot of widget admin
    • Changed Description in readme.txt
    • Note compatibility through WP 3.1+
    • Update copyright date (2011)

    1.2

    • Use get_the_author_meta('display_name') instead of deprecated get_author_name()
    • Add filter 'linkify_authors' to respond to the function of the same name so that users can use the do_action() notation for invoking template tags
    • Wrap function in if(!function_exists()) check
    • Reverse order of implode() arguments
    • Fix to prevent PHP notice
    • Remove docs from top of plugin file (all that and more are in readme.txt)
    • Note compatibility with WP 3.0+
    • Minor tweaks to code formatting (spacing)
    • Add Filters and Upgrade Notice sections to readme.txt
    • Remove trailing whitespace

    1.1

    • Add PHPDoc documentation
    • Use esc_attr() instead of the deprecated attribute_escape()
    • Minor formatting tweaks
    • Note compatibility with WP 2.9+
    • Drop compatibility with WP older than 2.8
    • Update copyright date
    • Update readme.txt (including adding Changelog)

    1.0

    • Initial release

    Template Tags

    The plugin provides one template tag for use in your theme templates, functions.php, or plugins.

    Functions

    • <?php c2c_linkify_authors( $authors, $before = '', $after = '', $between = ', ', $before_last = '', $none = '' ) ?> Displays links to each of any number of authors specified via author IDs/slugs

    Arguments

    • $authors A single author ID/slug, or multiple author IDs/slugs defined via an array, or multiple authors IDs/slugs defined via a comma-separated and/or space-separated string

    • $before (optional) To appear before the entire author listing (if authors exist or if 'none' setting is specified)

    • $after (optional) To appear after the entire author listing (if authors exist or if 'none' setting is specified)

    • $between (optional) To appear between authors

    • $before_last (optional) To appear between the second-to-last and last element, if not specified, 'between' value is used

    • $none (optional) To appear when no posts have been found. If blank, then the entire function doesn't display anything

    Examples

    • These are all valid calls:
    <?php c2c_linkify_authors(3); ?>
    <?php c2c_linkify_authors("3"); ?>
    <?php c2c_linkify_authors("scott"); ?>
    <?php c2c_linkify_authors("3 9 10"); ?>
    <?php c2c_linkify_authors("scott bill alice"); ?>
    <?php c2c_linkify_authors("scott 9 alice"); ?>
    <?php c2c_linkify_authors("3,9,10"); ?>
    <?php c2c_linkify_authors("scott,bill,alice"); ?>
    <?php c2c_linkify_authors("scott,92,alice"); ?>
    <?php c2c_linkify_authors("3, 9, 10"); ?>
    <?php c2c_linkify_authors("scott, bill, alice"); ?>
    <?php c2c_linkify_authors("scott, 92, alice"); ?>
    <?php c2c_linkify_authors(array(43,92,102)); ?>
    <?php c2c_linkify_authors(array("43","92","102")); ?>
    <?php c2c_linkify_authors(array("scott","bill","alice")); ?>
    <?php c2c_linkify_authors(array("scott",92,"alice")); ?>
    • <?php c2c_linkify_authors("3 9"); ?>

    Outputs something like:

    <a href="http://yourblog.com/archives/author/admin">Scott</a>, <a href="http://yourblog.com/archives/author/billm">Bill</a>
    • Assume that you have a custom field with a key of "Related Authors" that happens to have a value of "3, 9" defined (and you're in-the-loop).

    Outputs something like:

    Related authors: <a href="http://yourblog.com/archives/author/admin">Scott</a>, <a href="http://yourblog.com/archives/author/billm">Bill</a>
    • <ul><?php c2c_linkify_authors("3, 9", "<li>", "</li>", "</li><li>"); ?></ul>

    Outputs something like:

    <ul><li><a href="http://yourblog.com/archives/author/admin">Scott</a></li>
    <li><a href="http://yourblog.com/archives/author/billm">Bill</a></li></ul>
    • <?php c2c_linkify_authors(""); // Assume you passed an empty string as the first value ?>

    Displays nothing.

    • <?php c2c_linkify_authors("", "", "", "", "", "No related authors."); // Assume you passed an empty string as the first value ?>

    Outputs:

    No related authors.

    Filters

    The plugin exposes one action for hooking.

    c2c_linkify_authors (action)

    The 'c2c_linkify_authors' hook allows you to use an alternative approach to safely invoke c2c_linkify_authors() in such a way that if the plugin were to be deactivated or deleted, then your calls to the function won't cause errors in your site.

    Arguments:

    • same as for c2c_linkify_authors()

    Example:

    Instead of:

    <?php c2c_linkify_authors( '19, 28', 'Authors: ' ); ?>

    Do:

    <?php do_action( 'c2c_linkify_authors', '19, 28', 'Authors: ' ); ?>
    Posted: 7 years ago #
  4. piefaced6
    Member

    12345

    Hopefully 7 years later we can get frontend publishing on wordpress.

    Posted: 10 months ago #

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