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Posts Slideshow Widget WordPress plugin – shows recent posts

Saturday, April 27th, 2013

Posts Slideshow Widget

Posts Slideshow Widget

Post Slideshow Widget WordPress plugin allows you to setup a side bar widget with slider (slideshow) of featured images from recent posts (or custom post type), from a selected category (hierarchical taxonomy for selected custom post type), from comma separated list of tags.
If post has no featured image, plugin tries to extract any 1st image from that post content and show it instead.
You may customize post title and background color, background color of slider navigation panel. Color is selected from WordPress built-in color pallete. Manual input of color code is available also. Select animation type: slide or fade. Setup slider speed and widget dimensions. You can have as many sliders as you wish with different categories selected. This is mainly useful if you have a dedicated category for photo gallery posts and would like to display recent post title with its featured photo.
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View own posts media only WordPress Plugin

Saturday, January 5th, 2013

View own posts and media only

View own posts and media only

If your blog has multiple authors, you may wish to show for every author just her own posts only at admin back-end. What’s about to hide from them Media Library items, which were uploaded by other authors?
Existing WordPress permissions system doesn’t allow to realize such model. Yes, WordPress prohibits author to edit or delete posts and items of other authors, but she still see all that stuff. It’s slightly inconvenient, isn’t it?
“View Own Posts Media Only” WordPress plugin includes a set of useful hacks (don’t panic that’s just a legal code snippets, nothing from the dark territory of hackers, crackers and other malware manufactures) to offer you desired features, I wrote above.
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Edit Post Expire WordPress Plugin

Sunday, November 11th, 2012

Edit Post Expire WordPress plugin

Edit Post Expire

How to force ‘edit_post’ capability expire automatically after some period of time for all authors of your blog? You met with such limitation at forums and agree that some times such feature is useful. Did you ever think, if post edit blocking is possible for usual WordPress posts?
This plugin allows you to prohibit authors editing their published posts after preset time interval, just like the forums do.
Time interval is counted in minutes from the moment of last modification made to the post. Once preset time, e.g. 5 minutes was over, author sees just the only ‘View’ link in the posts list. Thus he can not edit or delete blocked post, inspite he is that post real author.

Plugin is simple in use as it has the only changeable parameter – time interval in minutes, after which WordPress should block access for editing to published post.
It works for all roles except “Administrator”. Look on plugin in action at screenshots and short video below.

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The only last will win – You!

Tuesday, July 10th, 2012

Only last will win

You are the only boss for your WordPress network

Change default role for owner of new created blog. Is it a problem? You setup multi-site WordPress network successfully and see, that quant of user created blogs grows. Excelent!
But you are not glad. You are not happy. What the reason? You are angry on all those new blogs owners. They do, what they want. They change, what they wish. They should make good posts only! Why all of them are administrators of their blogs? The Administrator should be only one – You. Only One will Win – You! The biggest thing, what you may allow to your WordPress managed network blogs owners – be the editors on their blogs.
That’s a joke, of course. But some time, somewhere… What to do, if text above describes your situation somehow? Don’t worry, try “Win Only One” WordPress plugin. Just setup and activate for Network. It will help you transparently. Your problem will be resolved in the full silence.
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Plugins Language Switcher WordPress Plugin

Monday, May 10th, 2010

WordPress Back-End Interface Language Switcher

Plugins Language Switcher

Plugins Language Switcher WordPress plugin allows to use different language (from WordPress default one) for WordPress back-end interface. It is useful for example if your blog front-end configured as Spanish but you (or your blog editors and authors) wish to work at back-end with their native language, e.g. English. Another variant of this plugin usage is other plugins translation testing without change of the whole blog language WPLANG constant value.
This plugin shows in the language selection drop down list all languages which you have in blog wp-content/languages and wp-content/plugins directories. It is possible to setup different back-end languages for different users. Plugin stores selected language value locally on user’s computer using cookies.
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Plugins Garbage Collector WordPress plugin

Thursday, April 29th, 2010

Plugins Garbage Collector

Plugins Garbage Collector

Plugins Garbage Collector

Plugins Garbage Collector

This plugin scans your WordPress database and shows the tables which not belong to the core WordPress installation.
Some WordPress plugins create and use its own database tables. Those tables (small and large) are left in your database after plugin deactivation and deletion often. If your blog is more than 1 day old you have some plugins garbage in your WordPress database probably. With the help of this plugin you can check your database and discover if it is clean or not. Plugin shows not WordPress tables list with quant of its records, size they occupy in Kb. Plugin name and plugin state are shown too if those data are available.
Changes made to the core WordPress database tables (columns added) could be discovered too.
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User Role Editor WordPress plugin – Change roles easily

Saturday, March 20th, 2010

User Role Editor - plugin for WordPress

User Role Editor

User Role Editor WordPress plugin allows you to change standard WordPress user roles capabilities with easiness of a few mouse clicks. Just turn on check boxes of capabilities you wish to add to the selected role and click “Update” button to save your changes. That’s done. Add and tune your own custom roles which you can assign to the users then. You can create new role as a copy of existing one. Delete self-made roles. Change defaul user role.
Multi-site support is provided.

Why it could be necessary? Let’s suppose you wish that your multi-authored blog contributors upload their own graphics to use in their posts. WordPress “contributor” role has no such capability by default. In such situation you have needed to change user role capabilities manually using SQL client as I described at “How to change wordpress user role capabilities” post, if you have enough knowledge in that field. But what to do if you have not?

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