A plugin that creates a live shoutbox, using AJAX as a backend. Users can chat freely from your blog without refreshing the page!
wordspew_archive.phpthere were an old bug with the time shown with the
fade.phpin a unique
ajax_shout.jsso there will be less http requests and shorter responses times.
onclick(for the resize of the shoutbox). I used
onClickwho does not validate as XHTML 1.0... Thanks to xcopfly who informs me about the bug :).
version_compare; it's why the minimum version of WP is now 2.5 ;).
$wp_versionvariable, i've done some modifications on pages where I use
version_compare. BTW you shouldn't have any problem with user nickname or smileys.
$html = implode('', file($_SERVER['DOCUMENT_ROOT']."/wp-config.php"));who can cause errors if the blog is installed in a subfolder and not in the root folder.
40 years and six monthwas shown),
widgetized.phpto produce XHTML conform code,
define('WP_DEBUG', true);some menage have been done in the code, so normally there will be no more warning message during the activation of the plugin under WP 3.x
register_widget_control, users will have to re-drop the shoutbox on their sidebars in the widget page of their blog ;)
wordspew-rss.phpwhere the variable
$theuser_nicknamewas not correctly set.
@category. If you use one of this keyword without any "parameter" you'll use the "default" shoutbox (without any theme). Otherwise, you can use 2 kinds of values to be more specific.
(rubric). If you use the term :
@pages(rubric)It meens that you want to use a specific shoutbox for ALL pages. If you use the term :
@pages(linked)It meens that you want to use a specific shoutbox on EACH page. You can use these 2 keywords with :
@archives(only rubric, here.) and
@category. Finally, if you want to use the shoutbox in a page template you've done by yourself, enter:
@page[The name of your page].