This plugin is designed to pull content from specific locales and/or n0ticeboards, allowing it to be curated for display on a WordPress blog.
A backend interface allows specific curations to be taken from n0tice, while a widget allows either curations or a raw feed to be displayed in a sidebar.
Plugin created in cooperation with the Hackney Citizen.
For more information and documentation, visit the plugin’s github project.
For more information and documentation, visit the plugin’s [github project(https://github.com/aendrew/n0tice-wp/).
- Searching while specifying a noticeboard often lists noticeboards other than the one submitted (Maybe because it’s reblogged?).
- Having empty search fields causes search to fail.
- The following needs better error handling:
- “Save curation” without a title (form won’t fire presently)
- “Save curation” without any items (nasty error on the curations list page)
- Multiple like criteria when searching, i.e., searching for two noticeboards (lowest value used; others disregarded)
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- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
- Add the n0tice widget to a sidebar via the ‘Appearance’->’Widgets’ menu.
- How do I delete n0tices from curations?
When editing a curation, simply uncheck the checkbox next to the curation you don’t want. It will be removed when you hit “Save curation”.
- Where are all of the n0tices going when I click “Save curation”?
Make sure to tick the checkbox next to each item before clicking “Save curation”.
- How do I style the widget?
Forthcoming: copy n0tice/css/widget.css into a directory named “n0tice”, inside of your theme’s root directory. This will override the default widget.css file — feel free to edit that file, it won’t get replaced during plugin updates.
- What are some upcoming features?
- The aforementioned widget theming system.
- Different kinds of widgets: map, calendar, etc.
- RSS support for curations
- Refactored the curation editing page — instead of one table, will be two: “queue” (i.e., incoming n0tices from searches, etc.) and “published”. Additionally, the queue will be live-updating, with searches being “sticky”.
- Is this an “official” plugin?
This plugin has been created independently of The Guardian/n0tice by Aendrew Rininsland. Please, don’t ask either the n0tice or The Guardian for technical support — instead, direct such requests to email@example.com.
Contributors & Developers
“n0tice for WordPress” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.Contributors
Interested in development?
- First official beta release.
- Initial alpha release. OH YES, THERE WILL BE BUGS!