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WordPress › Content Audit « WordPress Plugins - 4 views

  • You can display the audit details to logged-in editors on the front end if you want, either above or below the content. You can style the audit message.

  • If you want to see sparklines from Google Analytics, also install the Google Analytics Dashboard plugin. This will give you some idea of how popular an article is, which might influence your decisions.

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    Lets you create a content inventory right in the WordPress Edit screens. You can mark content as redundant, outdated, trivial, or in need of a review for SEO or style. The plugin creates a custom taxonomy (like a new set of categories) that's visible only from the admin screens. Since the content status labels work just like categories, you can remove the built-in ones and add your own if you like. You can also assign a content owner (distinct from the original author) and keep notes. The IDs are revealed on the Edit screens so you can keep track of your content even if you change titles and permalinks. The plugin supports the new custom content types in 3.0.
Vernon Fowler

Function Reference/admin url « WordPress Codex - 0 views

  • admin_url( 'edit-tags.php?taxonomy=category', 'https' );
Vernon Fowler

WordPress › Support » [Plugin: Adminimize] Help with "Your own options" - 2 views

  • Example based on my need:
    I was hiding Custom Field Template on the Post page, so i went to the bottom of the post options, then added the name in the left text area (Custom Field Template in my case, for your reference so it can be anything...) and the selector for the element in the right (# for ID and . for class - so i entered #cftdiv)

    Name for option in left -> selector in the right

    Click "Update Options"

    Go back down and find your newly created option and select the boxes as needed

Vernon Fowler

WordPress › Support » Maximum upload file size - 0 views

  • A simple example in .htaccess file

    <IfModule mod_php5.c>
    php_value post_max_size           10M
    php_value upload_max_filesize     40M
    php_value memory_limit            500M
    </IfModule>
Vernon Fowler

Function Reference/bloginfo « WordPress Codex - 0 views

  • 'siteurl' - Deprecated since version 2.2. Echo home_url(), or use bloginfo('url').
    • 'home' - Deprecated since version 2.2. Echo home_url(), or use bloginfo('url').
  • home = http://www.example.com/home (DEPRECATED! use url option instead)
  • Please note that directory URLs are missing trailing slashes.
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  • siteurl = http://www.example.com/home (DEPRECATED! use url option instead)
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      Displays information about your site, mostly gathered from the information you supply in your User Profile and General Settings WordPress Administration Screens. It can be used anywhere within a template file. This always prints a result to the browser. If you need the values for use in PHP, use get_bloginfo().
    Vernon Fowler

    7 Ways To Make WordPress Multisite Your Bitch - WPMU.org - 5 views

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      "If you're new to Multisite you may feel as though you've been tricked. You were told that it makes managing multiple WordPress sites so much more convenient, so you've jumped in with both feet. But now you're finding new limitations and complexities.
      Don't panic. Here's what you need to do to get to the other side where you can say "I got this" and finally have multisite working for you."
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      Great Multisite info thanks for sharing
    Vernon Fowler

    WordPress › Support » I want to create more than one Super Admin. Is that pos... - 1 views

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      "I want to create more than one Super Admin. Is that possible?"
    Vernon Fowler

    Advanced custom fields - Addons - WordPress Plugin of the Week - 3 views

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      Advanced Custom Fields plugin allows developers to take full control of the edit screens & custom field data.

      Add-ons also allow you to extend the functions even further from limiting characters in a textarea, building unique designed admin pages with the flexible content layout manager to easily including Gravity Forms or Contact Form 7 forms.
    Vernon Fowler

    A Guide to WordPress Custom Post Types: Creation, Display and Meta Boxes | Wptuts+ - 0 views

    • 'menu_icon' => plugins_url( 'images/image.png', __FILE__ ) displays the admin menu icon.
    • Save a 16×16 pixel icon image in your current plugin folder.
    Vernon Fowler

    Redirection - Manage 301 redirections without modifying Apache | Urban Giraffe - 0 views

    • Full regular expression support
    • Advanced users can make use of regular expressions to reduce the number of redirections they need to create. A regular expression is basically a pattern that tells the plugin how to match.
    • Remember that if the source URL is a regular expression then you must enable the regular expression option, otherwise Redirection will just treat you source URL as plain text.

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    • match the URL only when the user is logged in
    • Redirect to URL by login status

      This rule allows you to match a URL based upon the user’s WordPress login status. That is, if they are logged into your site.

      • Export all redirections to CSV, XML, or Apache .htaccess files
      • Import Apache .htacces files
    • Site URL – an advanced option which allows you to set the site base URL
    • Ban IPs – prevents certain IPs from accessing your site
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      "Redirection is a WordPress plugin to manage 301 redirections, keep track of 404 errors, and generally tidy up any loose ends your site may have. This is particularly useful if you are migrating pages from an old website, or are changing the directory of your WordPress installation.

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    Vernon Fowler

    WordPress › Members « WordPress Plugins - 3 views

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      A user, role, and content management plugin that makes WordPress a more powerful CMS.
    Vernon Fowler

    Top Five User Roles and Capabilities Plugins for WordPress | Web Hosting Hub Support Ce... - 3 views

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      "We've done a bit of research into the various plugins available in order to compile a list of the top five WordPress plugins for extending and managing WordPress user roles and capabilities."
    Vernon Fowler

    Roles and Capabilities « WordPress Codex - 2 views

    • Editor – somebody who can publish and manage posts including the posts of other users.
    • Author – somebody who can publish and manage their own posts.
    • Contributor – somebody who can write and manage their own posts but cannot publish them.
      • Subscriber – somebody who can only manage their profile.
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      "edit_published_posts"
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