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.
I have recently started using GMAIL as my pop-mail spam filter and its working great so far.
I used to check my pop-mails through web based system. I decided to centralise all of this and just use GMAIL. I feel GMAIL has a better SPAM filtering logic, and secondly I wanted to centralise all my emails.
The way I went about is, for my pop-mail, I went to the "C-Panel" and added a filter to sent all mails to '[email protected]' (an existing email adderss) to '[email protected]' (a non existing email address)
Then I created a "FORWARDER" to send all email coming to '[email protected]' to '[email protected]'
Now, in my GMAIL account, I created a "LABEL" to identify these emails and added a "FILTER" such that all email where "TO: contains [email protected]" should be 'applied the newly created label' and should 'skip inbox'.
This works like a charm for me.
- I check all my emails at one place.
- Storage capacity is not a problem as emails stay only in GMAIL box. Even if you own a 5MB webspace, no need to worry
- Even if your domain expires (for those lazy people like me), you still retain all your old emails.
- Take advantage of Googles Spam Filter.
- Probably many more advantages I havent figured out yet...