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Category Description Editor » LaptopTips. If you are organizing your blog by category and perhaps using the “Categories” menu for navigation, this plugin will help you make nice category descriptions that appear at the top of each category page. It enables the WordPress visual editor (TinyMCE) on the Edit Category admin page and lets you add or edit the descriptions the same way you write posts. It lets you add images, links, lists, font colours, headings, etc. Screenshots: Download: Version 1.1 (requires WordPress 2.8) Older versions: Version 1.0 (requires WordPress 2.7) Installation If your theme doesn’t display category descriptions, have a look at the WordPress codex page about the category_description template tag. Standard WordPress quick and easy installation: Download.Unzip.Upload the “cat-description-editor” folder to the plugins directory and activate the plugin.Log in WordPress and activate the plugin.Edit any category to see the changes. Version 1.0 supports (and requires) WordPress 2.7.

Revisiting Custom Post Types, Custom Taxonomies, and Permalinks. This article is an extension of both Custom Post Types, Custom Taxonomies, and Permalinks in WordPress 3.0 and WordPress Archive Pages Based on Custom Taxonomy as WordPress has solved a number of the issues covered in those publications. I’m using Custom Post Types more and more, especially given the Pods 2.0 roadmap. I’ve got an entire philosophy behind how I dictate what should be a Custom Post Type, a Custom Taxonomy, or a Pod, but we’ll leave that for another day.

I’d like to talk about how to best architect your Custom Post Types with a focus on integrating your Custom Taxonomies to the best of your ability. As should be a focus for us, I have a strong principle as I’m building out a site to make sure the URL structure makes sense. If you’re still using the Custom Post Type UI that’s all well and good, but I would suggest eventually moving away from that and hand coding your Custom Post Types just to raise your own bar of knowledge over time. Setting up your Custom Taxonomy <? <? WordPress Custom Taxonomy Input Panels. Would you like to add new custom fields to your WordPress posts, pages, and categories? Now you can easily do this with the WordPress custom taxonomy system. For example, if you have a blog on movie reviews, you may want to add the fields Actors and Genre to each of your posts.

What is less clear, however, is how you can expand your WordPress admin interface, so that users can easily enter in these new custom fields. WordPress 2.8+ will only include an input interface for custom taxonomies associated with posts. In addition, this input interface is the standard tag interface, where you must type in the new fields as plain text. If you are looking for a drop-down menu, or a radio button list, you are out of luck. Here, we consider how you can flexibly expand your WordPress post interface and style your custom taxonomy input panel however you want.

Screen-shot of the tag input interface associated with all custom taxonomies. 1. 2. Screen-shot of your new drop-down custom taxonomy interface. WordPress custom taxonomies extra fields - Bainternet. Update As promised in how to – WordPress Category Extra Fields to explain how to add extra fields to WordPress Custom taxonomies I’m posting this after getting a few requests and question about it. Some Background WordPress does NOT have a term (taxonomy) meta data table in its database, and as I’m not a big fan of creating my own tables ( Don’t get me wrong, in some cases i know its the smarter better way and you should not be afraid to create your own.) so i save my term meta in the options table – one row per term.

This takes into consideration that my site doesn’t have 1000′s of terms who need meta data , Only a few categories and few other custom taxonomy terms. Let’s get started basically we are are going to do the same thing we did to add extra fields to a category and only change the action Hooks. And and our callback function echoed out the extra fields. And we replace “taxonomyname_edit_form_fields” with the actual taxonomy name followed by “_edit_form_fields”. Simple! Update. Tutoriel Vidéo WordPress : Taxonomy. Afficher un compteur de vues dans vos articles WordPress. Comment afficher le nombre de fois qu’une page de votre site WordPress a été vue ?

Cette question récurrente passe par le célèbre plugin WP Post View dont nous évoquerons la méthode d’utilisation dans un podcast vidéo exclusivement dédiée à sa configuration. La première étape consiste à télécharger le plugin WP-PostViews à partir du lien suivant : WP-PostViews Plugin WordPress permettant d'afficher un compte de vues sur un article ou une page. Failles de sécurité détectées par BoiteAWeb, en attente de correction.

Taille : 16, 6 KiB • Date : 14 novembre 2010 • Hits : 4 776 Les fichiers de la traduction française sont disponibles ici : Il suffit de copier ces derniers dans le répertoire du plugin – /wp-content/plugins/wp-postviews/, à l’aide d’un client FTP. Procédez à l’installation du plugin de façon manuelle ou automatique via le module Extensions puis Ajouter. Paramétrage des options de WP-PostViews Une fois activé, un nouvel item PostViews apparaît dans le menu Réglages. Sur le même thème.