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  • OrchidRed

    (@orchidred)


    Does anyone know of a WP 1.5 plugin that adds a t0-do list to your side bar? Or of a php program I can install on my site (similar to the ones at codegrrl.com) that would let me do something like that with includes?

    Thanks for your time! 🙂

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  • vkaryl

    (@vkaryl)

    I don’t – but that would be fairly nifty! Hope someone comes up with something….

    That would be a neat plugin, but your “current projects” (apparent) plug-in is what peaks my interest.

    vkaryl

    (@vkaryl)

    Oh – mine too! Where did that one come from? And couldn’t you just maybe tweak that one a bit to make a to do list, I wonder?

    Jinsan

    (@jinsan)

    I;m sure there’s a to do list plugin…or was I dreaming again

    Marc

    (@marc)

    Why not make use of the miniblog plugin for a to do list.

    You can enter anything you desire in the miniblog and display it wherever you like (main page or sidebar).

    spirit892

    (@spirit892)

    Also, I believe there is a list plugin already in effect. Not a to-do list , specifically, but any kind of list. http://www.navidazimi.com/projects/wp-lists/

    OrchidRed

    (@orchidred)

    A friend of mine actually sent the “projects”plugin to me. I’ll ask her if I can share it. 🙂

    OrchidRed

    (@orchidred)

    Ok, I heard back from my friend and she is happy to share the projects plugin with everyone. (To see an example of it in use visit my blog. It’s on the left hand side.)

    The zip file can be downloaded at: http://admin.scapermoon.net/projectplugin.zip

    If you use it, please link back to her blog at http://admin.scapermoon.net

    Enjoy! 🙂

    Thanks. That’s a great plugin, IMO. I will be incorporating it in a cooking blog I’m working on, and will definitely give proper credit. Not sure where to link, as the one you provided doesn’t point to a site. I was able to follow some along and find a blog at this live journal site.

    Thanks again to both of you.

    vkaryl

    (@vkaryl)

    Thanks, OrchidRed! That’s great, I’ve got it, will be using it asap (I’m the one with over a thousand unfinished projects: from novels, to cross stitch, to websites, to…. etc. etc. ad infinitum ad nauseam….)

    I will link to your friend too – I contacted you originally because the scapermoon site was down, and though I left a comment on the LJ mentioned by miklb, I hadn’t had a response. Could you double check with your friend and ask if there’s elsewhere she’d like to use for linkbacks?

    Thanks again! And again, you are ONE CREATIVE LADY!

    OrchidRed

    (@orchidred)

    Oops, sorry! The url to link to for credit is:

    http://www.scapermoon.net

    🙂

    OrchidRed

    (@orchidred)

    FYI, she is having trouble with her blog at that url but is going to fix it, so just link to that location. It will eventually point to the right place once she has everything back up.

    vkaryl

    (@vkaryl)

    Okay – that’s good to know. Will do!

    Done. my burgeoning cooking blog , with the projects plugin.

    Hi, I’d love to use this plugin but the link (below) doesn’t seem to be working anymore.

    http://admin.scapermoon.net/projectplugin.zip

    Is there anyone out there willing to send me the plugin file? I have the graphics for the plugin but can’t find the php file anywhere. I’d be grateful to anyone who can send it to me.

    Thanks.

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