Most plugins just have some standard details shown just below the plugin description when you look at your listing found under Plugins > Installed … wouldn’t it be nice to add your own specific links to the default ones WordPress already display? You can, and it really is quite easy. A standard hook call and … ∞
I recently wrote a new plugin, BNS Bio. Version 0.1 was released (and currently available on the WordPress Extend Plugins repository) as a teaching aide to be used with a presentation I was doing for the WordPress GTA Meetup group. Now, since this is version 0.1 of the plugin it is really not much more … ∞
Seems simple enough; and, it is … just one line of code will add this functionality: You could add this to your active theme’s functions.php file, but the better method would be to use this from a plugin. Here is a simple, fully functional, code snippet for a plugin to do this:
The WPFirstAid Sample Plugin is a simple plugin designed as a tool to learn from or, in some cases, to build new plugins with. Its real world usefulness is essentially non-existent but it does serve the purpose of showing working code that help sort out the requirements to create a plugin that is widget ready. … ∞
Merry Christmas 2010!
WordPress’ calendar default widget having issues displaying months correctly. See this ticket at trac: #11414
Making a template tag for standard plugins using the built-in WordPress function the_widget().
A review and a recommendation of the free WordPress plugin BNS Support.
Installing a WordPress plugin with step-by-step instructions and pictures.