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Community » Tag: Plugins - Recent Posts Theme Hybrid en-US Fri, 09 Dec 2016 03:51:18 +0000 bbpress 1.0.2 <![CDATA[Search]]> q kukuruyuk on "" Sun, 29 Jan 2012 21:39:35 +0000 kukuruyuk 4854@ <p>like like like :) I want to try your plugin too </p> BandonRandon on "" Mon, 23 Jan 2012 09:10:01 +0000 BandonRandon 4832@ <p>WPBook is a WordPress plugin that allows users to cross-post their self-hosted WordPress Blog into Facebook. If the user has a SSL Certificate they can create a Facebook App using the plugin. </p> <p><a href=""></a> is the website for that plugin (which I've helped develop since 2008) currently running a custom version of Structure and Hybrid. </p> MayDay on "Multisite plugin to create network landing page and menu" Sun, 18 Dec 2011 06:45:08 +0000 MayDay 4718@ <p>Wondering if this worked for you? </p> azwebvideo on "Multisite plugin to create network landing page and menu" Tue, 15 Nov 2011 04:57:11 +0000 azwebvideo 3768@ <p>Wondering if this is safe/efficient to run...</p> <p>Found this code at:<br /> <a href="" rel="nofollow"></a></p> <pre><code>function get_recent_blogposts_wpmu($blog_id,$show){ wp_reset_query(); switch_to_blog($blog_id); global $post;?&gt; &lt;?php $my_query = new WP_Query(&#39;showposts=&#39;.$show.&#39;&amp;order=DSC&#39;); while ($my_query-&gt;have_posts()) : $my_query-&gt;the_post(); $do_not_duplicate = $post-&gt;ID; ?&gt; &lt;li class=&quot;post_link&quot;&gt;&lt;a href=&quot;&lt;?php the_permalink() ?&gt;&quot; rel=&quot;bookmark&quot;&gt;&lt;?php the_title(); ?&gt;&lt;/a&gt; &lt;/li&gt; &lt;div style=&quot;float:left;margin:5px 0 0 10px;&quot;&gt; &lt;script type=&quot;text/javascript&quot;&gt; tweetmeme_url = &#39;&lt;?php the_permalink(); ?&gt;&#39;; tweetmeme_source = &#39;blogern&#39;; tweetmeme_service = &#39;;; tweetmeme_style = &#39;compact&#39;; &lt;/script&gt; &lt;script type=&quot;text/javascript&quot; src=&quot;;&gt; &lt;/script&gt; &lt;/div&gt; &lt;div style=&quot;clear:left;&quot;&gt;&lt;/div&gt; &lt;?php endwhile; ?&gt; &lt;?php restore_current_blog(); }</code></pre> azwebvideo on "Multisite plugin to create network landing page and menu" Tue, 15 Nov 2011 01:25:54 +0000 azwebvideo 3767@ <p>Hi -</p> <p>We are using the hybrid framework to build a multisite network. </p> <p>Does anyone have suggestions for plugins that would allow us to create a list/menu of the blogs in our network? Would also like to create a landing page that had the latest post from each blog.</p> <p>Any suggestions would be met with great appreciation.</p> <p>Alan </p> Justin Tadlock on "My Snippets Feature Request" Thu, 21 Apr 2011 23:43:36 +0000 Justin Tadlock 3527@ <p>Awesome! Thanks for posting it here. I'll be able to remember it for the next update. </p> Sherman on "My Snippets Feature Request" Thu, 21 Apr 2011 19:31:55 +0000 Sherman 3526@ <p>I'm a huge fan of your "My Snippets" plug-in and use it a lot. To that end I had a feature request.</p> <p>Would it be possible to support displaying when there's a title for a snippet but no content. I have a site where I use the title (with bold and stuff) but would like to optionally have snippet content or not. I know this may mess things up with the default title but it'd give the plug-in a simple but powerful "second style" option.</p> <p>Thanks in advance for your consideration!</p> <p>Cheers<br /> = Sherman</p> <p>P.S. Moved from here: <a href="" rel="nofollow"></a><br /> P.S. Thanks for the great plug-ins, themes and support. This is an amazing resource! </p> schmidty54 on "Community plugin development" Wed, 21 Jul 2010 18:22:10 +0000 schmidty54 3196@ <p>There are some really smart individuals in this forum, and I'd love to see some type of collaboration amongst us. For example, we could vote on a few ideas and develop the heck out of it!</p> <p>I for one have been struggling to build my own version of an Events Calendar. All the plugins I've encountered are buggy. If people add snippets of code together and run a bunch of tests we may come up with awesome results.</p> <p>This idea may be better suited once we have Justin's forum plugin up and running. </p> aidangreen on "Agile team - Sydney City Australia - Wordpress Sensi Required" Wed, 23 Jun 2010 12:10:31 +0000 aidangreen 3130@ <p>Hi,</p> <p>Im currently working in an Agile team of 6 Developers on a project where we are building a Ruby API that talks to a Wordpress Plugin what we are building to pull in the data from the ruby api. and also a framework (or using pre built one) to handle our templates which are heavily integrated with the plugin.</p> <p>then possibly use wordpress mu (wordpress 3.0) for our basic template website offerings. </p> <p>we need an Agile person with exceptional Wordpress skills to pair with team members in getting this project across the line over the next few months.</p> <p>any takers? call Aidan Green 0413 449 074 </p> Kirk T on " - Personal Blog" Fri, 12 Feb 2010 03:13:15 +0000 Kirk T 2631@ <p>Thanks Jeremy. I enjoyed browsing your site and subscribed. Great stuff. Glad to see Nashville treated you as well as us. </p> whobody on " - Personal Blog" Thu, 11 Feb 2010 23:23:51 +0000 whobody 2628@ <p>Cool site, Kirk. I like this video, too: Speak with Conviction</p> <p>: )</p> <p>j </p> Kirk T on " - Personal Blog" Wed, 10 Feb 2010 01:53:33 +0000 Kirk T 2614@ <p>Thanks for the comments. I didn't even notice the menu, but it and the kerning is all due to the FLIR. I have some tweaking to do on that across the site. </p> <p>Also updated the tags section—hoping I had a really good reason to center it since it wasn't that way by default. Oh well, it looks better now. Thanks again. </p> Paul de Wouters on " - Personal Blog" Tue, 09 Feb 2010 21:28:17 +0000 Paul de Wouters 2608@ <p>I like the minimalistic look, just a few things: the navigation links are not bottom aligned. Also, wondering why the tags section in the footer was centered and the others flush left?<br /> Also, the kerning is a bit off in some headings, I suppose because of FLIR </p> Kirk T on " - Personal Blog" Tue, 09 Feb 2010 17:42:59 +0000 Kirk T 2606@ <p><a href="" rel="nofollow"></a></p> <p>Moved my site from the Sandbox theme to Hybrid, and will never look back.</p> <p>Design relies heavily on the following plugins.</p> <ul> <li>FLIR for WordPress</li> <li>Query Posts</li> <li>Widget Logic</li> </ul> <p>The move to Hybrid has forced me to learn more than just CSS, and it's been great. I've only created a few functions, but they do what I need them to. I'm working on more but still climbing the learning curve in the mean time.</p> <ul> <li>Posts in Video Category Include a Link back to site automatically (I have a lot of Email subscribers)</li> <li>Change navigation menu links and add the RSS link</li> <li>Define a default thumbnail image for posts without one</li> </ul> Justin Tadlock on "Plugin Idea - Control byline and post-meta" Fri, 04 Sep 2009 03:18:25 +0000 Justin Tadlock 1790@ <p>This would actually be useful in WordPress but also impossible, at least to make it span across more than a single theme. There's no standard way to show the byline and entry metadata (for good design/development reasons too).</p> <p>Nevertheless, I do hope to eventually expand the Hybrid Hook plugin to not only work with Hybrid's action hooks but its filter hooks as well.</p> <p>The byline and entry meta filter hooks are the toughest to handle though because they have to account for a variety of situations (posts, pages, taxonomies, etc.) </p> rgregory on "Plugin Idea - Control byline and post-meta" Wed, 02 Sep 2009 13:59:05 +0000 rgregory 1782@ <p>I remember a blogpost a while ago that asked for plugin ideas, we'll I didn't have any at the time, but now I do, so I thought I'd plop them on here. I use Hybrid for CMS rather than blogs (I try those too, but how many do you need).</p> <p>Some of the things that I ALWAYS need to change to use Hybrid as a CMS are:</p> <ul> <li>Changing the .byline look/wording</li> <li>Changing the .entry-meta info</li> <li>trying to change [...] to a link that says "insert your choice here" and leads to the article/post</li> </ul> <p>Anyway, I remember you were asking for things that would be useful to wordpress in general, not just Hybrid. I think these requests would be small orders and fit that bill.</p> <p>Just wanted to pop these in the ideas. </p> John Myrstad on "Canonical plugins list" Tue, 23 Jun 2009 07:15:48 +0000 John Myrstad 1452@ <p>I`m thinking about a shorter list - hence canonical. Plugins that are recommended and of high quality and work great with Hybrid, not just plugins that work with Hybrid, cause there are thousand of those. </p> Justin Tadlock on "Canonical plugins list" Tue, 23 Jun 2009 04:52:07 +0000 Justin Tadlock 1450@ <p>We've started a list of plugins in the support forums:<br /> <a href="" rel="nofollow"></a></p> <p>I was hoping to just build a huge list of plugins that work. Are you wanting to expand beyond this? If so, in what way?</p> <p>I see a lot of potential in making a list of plugins, separated by the type of things they do, that work well with Hybrid. But, the list could also become massive considering that people use different plugins for all sorts of things. </p> John Myrstad on "Canonical plugins list" Mon, 22 Jun 2009 12:09:40 +0000 John Myrstad 1445@ <p>This is probably discussed before I started hanging out here, but with Matt and Automattic revealing their goal of making a canonical plugins list for WP, it might be a good time to discuss a such Hybrid specific list.</p> <p>Much of the support requests are related to plugins and it would be nice with a Hybrid community which supported each other on using a short list of quality plugins with no or little issues with Hybrid. It might even be possible to fork and rewrite one or two to fit better with Hybrid as well if people are willing to put their time and skills together.</p> <p>Its not something I`d like Justin to use much time on, but rather a community project.</p> <p>Any thoughts ?</p> <p>Matt`s State of the Word(Press) speak where he reveals the canonical idea.<br /> <a href="" rel="nofollow"></a> </p> Justin Tadlock on "Hybrid Hook: Version 0.2 - Widgets?" Wed, 10 Jun 2009 04:56:38 +0000 Justin Tadlock 1381@ <p>@John<br /> I'll update that filters tutorial soon. </p> Justin Tadlock on "Hybrid Hook: Version 0.2 - Widgets?" Wed, 10 Jun 2009 04:55:55 +0000 Justin Tadlock 1380@ <p>I just pushed this on the plugin repository:<br /> <a href="" rel="nofollow"></a></p> <p>Introduction post coming soon. </p> John Myrstad on "Hybrid Hook: Version 0.2 - Widgets?" Tue, 09 Jun 2009 09:19:22 +0000 John Myrstad 1378@ <p>That`s nice. For end-users this is the best solution, since we now have more options, and if Hybrid Hook 1.0 needs an upgrade its easy upgradable.</p> <p>Since you are focusing on hooks these days, maybe its a convenient time to document filters ?<br /> <a href="" rel="nofollow"></a> ;)</p> <p>( btw: I have seen some negative comments about the "placeholder" on Thesis affiliate sites ) </p> Justin Tadlock on "Hybrid Hook: Version 0.2 - Widgets?" Tue, 09 Jun 2009 08:11:09 +0000 Justin Tadlock 1376@ <p>Well, it's decided. I'm going with "Hybrid Hook Widgets". It'll be available here sometime in the next day or so:<br /> <a href="" rel="nofollow"></a> </p> Justin Tadlock on "Hybrid Hook: Version 0.2 - Widgets?" Tue, 09 Jun 2009 07:52:35 +0000 Justin Tadlock 1375@ <p>The only way the upgrade would be available like that would be to keep the name Hybrid Hook.</p> <p>I think I'm pretty set on Hybrid Hook Widgets now though for the same reasons you've already mentioned. Plus, some HTML is not controllable when using widgets like the containing widget <code>&lt;div&gt;</code>, so it might be a good idea to continue both as separate plugins. Hybrid Hook allows complete HTML control but Hybrid Hook Widgets offers easier access to Hybrid's built-in widgets and any other widgets people have running. </p> John Myrstad on "Hybrid Hook: Version 0.2 - Widgets?" Tue, 09 Jun 2009 07:45:06 +0000 John Myrstad 1374@ <p>I was thinking about upgrade from Hybrid Hook 0.1, which if yes, would give an argument for keeping the name...</p> <p>"Hybrid Hook Widgets" aint bad at all - it does have the 3 important keywords and with the new functionality it does what it says - it hooks widgets in Hybrid. ;) </p> Justin Tadlock on "Hybrid Hook: Version 0.2 - Widgets?" Tue, 09 Jun 2009 00:33:04 +0000 Justin Tadlock 1373@ <p>The more I think about it, the more I think this should be a separate plugin.</p> <p>Now, I just need to come up with a name. I've been using "Hybrid Hook Widgets," but I prefer to use no more than two words. If nothing else, I'll just stick with what I have.</p> <blockquote><p> Is there a automatic upgrade from within WP, or a upgrade message ?</p> </blockquote> <p>I plan on adding this to the plugin repository for WP, so upgrading should be simple. </p> John Myrstad on "Hybrid Hook: Version 0.2 - Widgets?" Mon, 08 Jun 2009 12:43:27 +0000 John Myrstad 1366@ <p>btw: - Sounds very interesting. I like the phrase<br /> <blockquote>all over the place</p></blockquote> John Myrstad on "Hybrid Hook: Version 0.2 - Widgets?" Mon, 08 Jun 2009 10:12:51 +0000 John Myrstad 1365@ <p>Put <em>widget</em> in the name. It will give the plugin some more attention, and it will reflect the change, even though 0.2 is probably politically correct since you build on 0.1. ( Is there a automatic upgrade from within WP, or a upgrade message ? )</p> <p>I`d go for a name including <em>widget</em> to emphasis:</p> <blockquote><p># Ability to interface with other plugins like Widget Logic and Widget Context.<br /> # Ability to use Hybrid's built-in widgets all over the place.</p> </blockquote> <p><strong>Hybrid Widget Hooks</strong></p> <p>Most Hybrid users will be more interested in the widgets term than the slightly more obscure hook term. </p> Justin Tadlock on "Hybrid Hook: Version 0.2 - Widgets?" Mon, 08 Jun 2009 05:02:21 +0000 Justin Tadlock 1364@ <p>I have a question that needs quick attention. A new plugin or version of a plugin is coming out soon. I just wanted some last-minute feedback.</p> <p>I've been plugging away at a plugin based off the original Hybrid Hook plugin. This new plugin is completely widgetized.</p> <p><strong>Hybrid Hook</strong></p> <p>If you're unfamiliar with this plugin, it basically allows you to add content from a control panel anywhere on your site using Hybrid's action hooks. You can add XHTML, PHP, JavaScript, whatever.</p> <p>I'd say it's pretty cool.</p> <p><strong>Hybrid Hook Widgets</strong></p> <p>Hybrid Hook is cool, but it's still a bit limiting. What I've been doing is taking all of the input boxes from the original plugin and turning them into widget areas.</p> <p>Some pros for the new version:</p> <ul> <li>It's widget ready! 'nough said. ;)</li> <li>Ability to interface with other plugins like Widget Logic and Widget Context.</li> <li>Ability to use Hybrid's built-in widgets all over the place.</li> </ul> <p>It's much cooler than the original.</p> <p><strong>My question to you</strong></p> <p>Should the new version just be called <em>Hybrid Hook: Version 0.2</em> or should I make it a completely separate plugin with a new name?</p> <p>I like the idea of just making this version 0.2 because, when this is released, the original Hybrid Hook will be pretty much obsolete. </p> Justin Tadlock on "Query Post Plugin | Next Level with WPMU" Thu, 04 Jun 2009 21:51:02 +0000 Justin Tadlock 1359@ <p>Yeah, I'm waiting to see what's going to happen with the merge before starting to work with MU. We'll likely see some new functions and possibilities with this type of stuff.</p> <p>With Query Posts though, we're limited to doing exactly what the <code>query_posts()</code> WP function does. Looking at it from the widget side of things, it looks like it'd be a crazy plugin to write. But, all the plugin really does is put a shiny coat of paint over something that's been in WP forever. I basically just added a control panel to it.</p> <p>What I'm getting at is that the plugin will never be able to do anything more than what the <code>query_posts()</code> function provides. So, the people we should <em>really</em> be asking about this is the developers because you'd want them to extend that function. </p>