Piza Duomo Italy
Let me leave you for two weeks. I have a long waited and deserved vacation for that period.
I take a plane to Italy today and start my next journey by rented car on roads of Italy, Switzerland, Austria and Italy again.
I’m starving to see ancient architecture monuments, beautiful works of Renaissance Italian artists, nice nature pictures and Alps especially. If you are interested in my route, photos, videos and notes from my way, let me know and I will make some posts about this journey.
ShinePHP got 1000 thanks
ShinePHP.com got it’s first 1000 thanks from you.
It’s so exciting to get your positive feedback and know that you like my work. I’m really inspired to write more getting your appreciation for posts, published here. Your comments and just a single click on this blue button with “Thank You” words on it let me raise my head and know that my work is useful for somebody, that my efforts are not wasted. This leads to positive mood and desire to create more and more, better and better.
Who makes the job?
Jumpple WordPress plugin which calls itself “Your website keeper” is developed by Jumpple.com. Plugin offers you free and easy way to protect your online presence via real time notifications if something is wrong with your website.
Jumpple offers these services:
- 24×7 site monitoring;
- Website/server – Configure how frequently you want to check website status (up/down) using TCP, HTTP, Ping and DNS checks;
- Latency – Monitor how long it takes your site to load to ensure an optimal user experience;
- Content – Check for missing keywords to protect your homepage from content errors and/or defacement.
You use s2Member
WordPress plugin from PrimoThemes
For those who don’t know, this plugin supports powerful membership capabilities, protect members only content, integrates with PayPal, supports recurring billing, custom pages for registration, etc. It is a right tool if you wish to sell some of your blog content to your subscribers or just restrict access to some posts, pages or downloads.
Finally, you know s2Member and WordPress good enough to make your own changes to its user permissions systems. You edited one of S2member created user roles: “s2Member Level 1″, “s2Member Level 2″, “s2Member Level 3″ or “s2Member Level 4″ and you added some new capabilities to it. You can use User Role Editor
WordPress plugin, which helps you make such changes very easy.
You lose all your custom changes to the s2Member user roles after every s2Member plugin update. What’s going wrong? What to do? Who can help?
Read this post to know how to leave your customized s2Member user roles unchanged.
Limit comments moderation
Who can moderate post comments in WordPress? There are: post author, editors, administrators, that is all users who can edit post for which the comment is sent. Let’s suppose you don’t wish that your authors and editors have ability to moderate comments. How to achieve that? If you look at WordPress capabilities list you find fast the ‘moderate_comments’ capability. So quick decision is to turn off ‘moderate_comments’ capability for the ‘Author’ and ‘Editor’ roles. It’s simple task with the help of User Role Editor
WordPress plugin. But you will discover soon that it’s not enough. Why?
Hide drafts and pending posts
You don’t like that contributors and authors of your multi-authored WordPress blog see not published post titles of other users. You wish to hide from user all posts in the ‘draft’ or ‘pending’ states. You are in the right place. Let’s see how to achieve this.
WordPress has filter ‘views_edit_post’ where you can modify the list of views available to the user when he clicks ‘Posts” or ‘All Posts’ links at his dashboard.
User Role Editor 3.2
New feature is added to version 3.2: if you run multi-site WordPress network, User Role Editor will automatically duplicate all roles from the main blog (blog with mininal ID) to every new created blog.
Some fixes, refactoring and logic change were applied to code to enhance its productivity. There were some complaints for PHP timeout error after trying to open plugin Settings page.
Thanks to Grant Norwood for code fix to hide PHP warnings he met during plugin usage.