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Since Roles and Capabilities are introduced in WordPress 2.0, the User Level approach has been declared deprecated. However, it’s disappointing that most plugins and themes out there still use user levels to control access to admin option pages and other functionalities. This guide shows you how to properly use Roles and Capabilities in your plugins and themes. Note : This article is a long one, therefore you should probably bookmark it so that you can always come back later for reference. Table of Contents
Settings API Languages : English • 日本語 • Português do Brasil • 中文(简体) • ( Add your language ) Overview The Settings API , added in WordPress 2.7 , allows admin pages containing settings forms to be managed semi-automatically. It lets you define settings pages, sections within those pages and fields within the sections.
Update: Plugin Options Starter Kit I have now written a Plugin options starter kit for people who want to learn how to put together a Plugin options form using the WordPress Settings API. You can see more information about the Plugin and download the latest version here . Have fun, and be sure to let me know what other features you want added in future versions! In this post I discuss the WordPress Settings API and how you can leverage them for use in your own plugins. Firstly there is coverage of the API in general and the various functions available together with their usage.
Originally posted here: http://ottodestruct.com/blog/2009/wordpress-settings-api-tutorial/ When writing the Simple Facebook Connect plugin, I investigated how the Settings API worked. It’s relatively new to WordPress (introduced in version 2.7), and many things I read said that it was much easier to use. It is much easier to use in that it makes things nice and secure almost automatically for you. No confusion about nonces or anything along those lines. However, it’s slightly more difficult to use in that there’s very little good documentation for it.
Giving WordPress Its Own Directory Languages : English • Français • 日本語 • Русский • ( Add your language ) Many people want WordPress to power their site's root (e.g. http://example.com ) but they don't want all of the WordPress files cluttering up their root directory. WordPress allows you to install it into a subdirectory, but have your blog exist in the site root.
the code on tiendx2002's first post works for me I am using wordpress 2.8 and punbb 1.3.4 Test results: 1. login using registered wp-user but it <didnt redirect me to the forum>... but was logged in to the forum 2. registered a new user, logged in to the forum, same result as 1. 3. logged in, tried to change passwd, redirected to wp-profile, change passwd, logout, and login again, was able to use the new passwd, login but <didnt redirect me to the forum> 4. try to logout from wp, it did log out from forum. 5. try to logout from the forum, didnt log me out from wordpress.
Overview It's easy to add ShareThis to your WordPress blog/site. Simply download and install our plugin to get started.
WordPress in Your Language Languages : English • 日本語 • 한국어 • ไทย • ( Add your language ) Although WordPress displays in U.S.
Translating WordPress Languages : English • 日本語 • ( Add your language ) Internationalization and localization are terms used to describe the effort to make WordPress (and other such projects) available in languages other than English, for people from different locales, who use different dialects and local preferences. The process of localizing a program has two steps. The first step is when the program's developers provide a mechanism and method for the eventual translation of the program and its interface to suit local preferences and languages for users worldwide.
I18n for WordPress Developers What is I18n? I18n is a abbreviation for internationalization , or the process of making an application ready for translation. It is called "i18n" because there are 18 letters between the i and the n . In the WordPress case, it means marking strings which should be translated in a special way. Introduction to Gettext
About ICanLocalize .po file generator This generator will scan PHP file(s) and create .po files, that are used for localization. It will extract all strings wrapped in __("txt", "domain") and _e("txt", "domain") calls. Strings can be enclosed in either double quotes (") or single quotes(') and with any character encoding. Instructions
This guide is another in the Inside WordPress series and attempts to show how to produce a translation for an already-prepared theme, plugin, or WordPress itself. Even if you have little PHP or HTML skills you can still contribute to making WordPress a truly international experience by providing localizations for existing themes and plugins. The guide will be written from a beginners perspective and will not assume any knowledge of PHP or HTML (although some will be helpful).
Windows version The easiest way to install Windows version of Poedit is to use the installer ( poedit-1.5.5-setup.exe ). Windows 95/98 systems are no longer supported, use version 1.3.6 if you require support of these systems. Binary packages for Linux
Hey there, WordPress theme developers. When you’re crafting themes, are you checking the quality of your theme code? The design is important, yes, but so is the code. Within the past year, the WordPress theme review team has been hard at work encouraging best coding practices among WordPress theme developers, with the goal of raising the overall standard of the themes that appear in the WordPress.org theme repository . Even if you don’t intend to submit your theme to the WordPress.org theme repository, it’s wise to develop your themes as though that was your intention.
New Plugin to Style your Plugin on WordPress Admin with Default Styles! - Plugin, WordPress, Here, Github, githubcombueltgeWordPress-Admin-Style, HTMLMay 31st, 2011 by Frank • WordPress Plugins • 9 Comments WordPress is developing fast - this also applies to the design of the backend. So it is important not to use your own styles in the admin area and use tags and classes of WordPress.