Shaken and Stirred Web: Kick-ass WordPress Themes and Templates. Many people go overboard when installing plugins to extend WordPress’s functionality. Unless you are adding functionality that you really need, then it isn’t necessary. One of the main reasons to avoid overloading WordPress with a plethora of plugins is performance. It’s pretty simple; the more plugins you are running means your site requires higher horsepower, so to speak. Additionally, the more plugins you run increases the odds that one of the plugins will conflict with another. In a perfect world all plugins and themes would be developed following a particular set of standards that would help insure conflicts would be avoided, however that isn’t currently the case.
Widgets Reloaded. Restrict Categories. WP Dummy Content. One pain of theme development is setting up all the pages and blog posts in order for you to see how your site will look one by one by one.
No more! WP-Dummy-Content is a WordPress plugin that will generate a bunch of pages, sub-pages and posts which you specify. Titles and content are automatically generated for you as well, and you have a few choices as to the type and length of content. One click generates an entire site.Choose what type of content to insert: single paragraph, multi paragraphs, styled (lists, blockquotes, links, etc.), or random.One click DELETES all content created by the plugin!
How to use Ajax in WordPress. Advertisement In the last few years, AJAX has crept onto websites and slowly become the way to create dynamic, user-friendly, responsive websites.
When writing a page/post, you can use the follow tags: [youtube ]videoid[/youtube] example: [youtube ]eBGIQ7ZuuiU[/youtube] You can force the width and height, thumbnail, and autoplay of the player with the following shortcode: (this overrides the values in the settings panel) Youtube shortcode. A really simple and very lightweight plugin to embed customized Youtube videos & playlists anywhere in your blog or website using wordpress shortcodes.
Documentation, live demos and support All documentation and demos are located at the plugin website. The plugin website is proudly powered by WordPress and nearly all posts show a live demo so you can check how Youtube videos behave under every scenario/configuration such as: Window resizing (resize the browser window to check how "fluid" videos adapt to fit)Mobile viewing (visit the website with your mobile and check how videos look)RSS viewing (subscribe to the feed and check how videos look in your RSS reader)Different parameters for the Youtube player What's more, I've added Uservoice feedback so you can share your ideas and issues. Information Takes Over » Blog-in-Blog Wordpress Plugin. Blog-in-Blog. Blog-in-Blog allows you to use the WordPress platform for it's CMS features, but still have a blog page on your site.
Posts selected by category, post_type, tag or any combination thereof, can be used to feed the 'special' blog page, and can optionally be hidden from the home page. You can have more than one category hidden from the homepage (not post_types or tags). You can also use this plugin to show posts on the same page from different categories, post_types or tags, but in several different blocks and using different layout templates.
If you find this plugin useful (especially if it gets you out of a fix in a commercial setting), please feel free to leave feedback via the donate button. I am grateful for those people who have already bought me a beer :) Important: In previous versions of the Blog-in-Blog plugin you might have edited bib_post_template.tpl. Inline Posts Plugin for Wordpress. Wordpress lets you create pages that contain static content.
The Talks and About pages on this blog are two examples. Unfortunately, until now you could not include posts inside of these static pages. With my new Inline Posts Wordpress Plugin (version 2.1.2g) (2KB), you can! See the SWX Showcase and SWX documentation pages on swxformat.org for an example of the plugin in use. Sub Pages widget.