Download favourite post plugin here.
After upgrading to WP 2.3, I realised that the noteworthy plugin is no longer compatible with 2.3 due to the new taxonomy tables.
Since I desperately wanted to use this plugin, I modified noteworthy plugin to make it work with WP 2.3.
Hope you will find it useful. Do let me know if you are faced with any installation issues.
Do read the "readme" file for instructions.
Today I am releasing a wordpress plugin which allows you to add microformat compliant resume to your wordpress blogs.
This version of the plugin is 100% compliant to hresume format.
This plugin uses NO extra DIV's or HTML tags to format the view of the resume in the browser.
You can see the plugin in action here.
Every formatting is done using style sheet, hence keeping the resume code untouched.
- Download the .zip file, Unzip and upload the wp-resume folder to your wordpress 'plugins' directory.
- Activate the plugin.
- Go to, 'Options tab.' Here you will see a subtab called 'Configure Resume'. Click that to edit the contents of your resume.
- Create a new page, give it some title and add this code in the body of the page: <!--myresume-->
Thats it, now you should be able to view your resume on this newly created 'Page'.
Will like to get some views on this.
Update: August 7th 2006
- Added an admin feature to select 'US' or 'Other' address format.
- Resolved a IE bug. (there was some layout issue).
Thanks everyone for testing it and sending in your feedbacks. Keep them coming :).
Download here: Microformat Resume Plugin.
Today I successfully completed my first Wordpress Plugin.
This plugin adds a FLASH quicktag to the post window in the wordpress admin section.
- Adds a quicktag for adding FLASH .swf files
- When clicked, it prompts you to add: File Path, Width, Height and BG color of your flash movie.
- The Flash code added by the plugin is valid XHTML.
- Extract the files to your computer.
- A "flqt" folder will be created with two files : flash_quicktag.php and needplugin.gif
- Upload this "flqt" folder to your plugins folder inside the wordpress installation:
Default location is : yoursite/wp-content/plugins
- After uploading the files, login to your wordpress admin panel and activate the plugin.
- Now go to the POST page and you should see a new button added called FLASH.
- Adding a custom form to fill these details instead of prompts.
- Integrating a File Upload script, so that the user can select the file from their local hard drives.
Please feel free to contact me using preferably comments or else the contact form about any feature requests.
Flash Quicktag Plugin (updated: 31 Oct 2005)
note: Due to few people reporting some problem, I have changed the name of the function so that it does not clash with some other plugin which might be using same function name. Atleast I think that is the reason why some people are not able to view the Quicktag.
Can you try this new download and let me know if this works fine?.