I'm receiving plugin suggestions! (6 posts)

  1. Lista155
    Posted 8 years ago #

    Good day to you all!

    It's very simple: I'm planning to develop a WordPress plugin as a part of a larger project I'm doing together with a group of my friends.

    I wanted to let people say what they need - if there's interest - and develop a plugin that does just that.

    Therefore, if you have any suggestions, please free to send them to me @ http://suggest.ivanlistes.com/. I will be sure to post all the suggestions both here and on my site as they come in, and report the winning one.

    Thank you all,

  2. Lista155
    Posted 8 years ago #

    A small bump (hope no-one will mind); I'll keep this open for another week. Hurry! ;)

  3. flick
    Posted 8 years ago #

    It might be worth posting in the "Plugins and Hacks" section of the WordPress forums as well :)

  4. flick
    Posted 7 years ago #

    On an additional note, a catchier title might be a good idea (I just saw the post in the Plugins/Hacks section) since "I'm receiving plugin suggestions!" could also indicate that you might be looking for plugins rather than offering to develop one.

  5. Mohsin10
    Posted 7 years ago #

    Kindly take a look at this suggestion: http://wordpress.org/support/topic/192423?replies=1

    If such a plugin doesn't already exist, it would make a hit plugin. :)

  6. barbaraholbrook
    Posted 7 years ago #

    I need a plugin -- or even just the right code! -- to sort by custom fields.

    Currently I have code on my category page that lets the user sort by title, newest, oldest and I want to add the ability to sort by a custom field of "rating".

    Here is the code I have now. Can you expand it to include custom fields?

      $order = "&orderby=cost&order=DESC";
      $s2 = ' selected="selected"';
      if ($_POST['select'] == 'title') { $order = "&orderby=title&order=ASC"; $s1 = ' selected="selected"'; $s2 = ''; }
      if ($_POST['select'] == 'newest') { $order = "&orderby=cost&order=DESC"; $s2 = ' selected="selected"'; }
      if ($_POST['select'] == 'oldest') { $order = "&orderby=cost&order=ASC"; $s3 = ' selected="selected"'; $s2 = ''; }
    <form method="post" id="order">
    	Sort by:
    	<select name="select" onchange='this.form.submit()'>
    		<option value="title"<?=$s1?>>Title</option>
    		<option value="newest"<?=$s2?>>Newest</option>
    		<option value="oldest"<?=$s3?>>Oldest</option>

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