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WordPress Plugin Framework | View the repository on GitHub or download the source. This is an OOP framework for developing WordPress plugins. The main class uses the Singleton pattern to make sure that only one instance of the plugin is ever created. I have included blank methods for activation, deactivation, and registering scripts and styles. The base class sets up the text domain for internationalization and localization. Just drop your i18n and l10n files into the lang directory. I have included a blank uninstall file that is setup to make sure it can only be called from the WordPress dashboard. All custom plugin functionality should be started in the run_plugin() method. Instantiating Objects When instantiating an object such as Custom_Post_Type or Taxonomy save it to the proper array property on the main class. $this->custom_post_types[ 'new_custom_post_type' ] = Custom_Post_Type( $plural_post_type_name, $capabilities, $support, $menu_icon ) Custom Post Types Taxonomies Terms $new_taxonomy->add_terms( $terms ); Pages View

40 Tiny Web-Based Apps & Tools for Web Designers In this post we have collected a varied assortment of tiny web-based apps and tools that have been built with the purpose of solving a specific solution and act as precious time-savers for web designers. They are those tools that may not be very well known, are not the most powerful of apps, but are really useful and do serve their purpose extremely well. You will find apps that will help you to create icon-fonts, calculators for working out an elements width in % from PXs, apps that will allow you to create beautiful typography, tools for validating and sorting your CSS, super-simple editors, resources for quick reference, sprite generators, PSD validators, Base64 converters… and much, much more. Get ready to start bookmarking… Daturi – An app for converting images to Base64. px-em – A PX to EM calculator. PSD Validator – Tool to find out how well your PSD files are structured. Create CSS3 – A super-simple CSS3 generator. SassMe – An app for visualizing SASS color functions. SVGeneration.

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WP-Quick-Pages WordPress plugin that lets you quickly create blank pages with hierarchies. Useful if you use WordPress as a CMS for simple sites that make use of pages. This plugin will add a submenu item called "WP Quick Pages" underneath "Pages" section of your admin area. On this age you can quickly enter pages, one per line, like this: About the Plugin FAQ Links Examples Contact When you're finished click the Create these pages button. The cool part is you can quickly show hierarchies as well: About the Plugin - Donate - Open Source -- Github -- Help Develop FAQ Links Examples - Example one -Example two Contact The example is probably pretty obvious, but the parent of the page is dictated by the number of hyphens in front of the title. If you find yourself working on sites where the structure gets decided upon before the content is necessarily ready (ahem) then you may find this useful.

The Font Identifier: 12 Top Picks That Will Speed Up Your Workflow Designers have a need for relevant fonts in all creative mediums. Both print and digital design follow a similar track when choosing and composing typography. But there’s always the nuance of actually choosing which font to use. While on the search for a terrific typeface it’s all-too-common to bump into a great font that’s also hard to identify. Thankfully in our modern high-tech era there are plenty of font identifier tools which can help. The following resources are meant for designers and developers who often need to identify a particular font. Using a Font Identifier The two distinct methods of font identification are image-based and text-based recognition. When using a font identifier make sure that you have a high-quality sample of the font. Another handy trick is to single out just a few letters. Overall just have some patience and be willing to try out a few different tools if necessary. Checking Fonts from an Image WhatTheFont WhatFontIs FontEdge Web Font Typography Type Sample Quora

WordPress Serialized PHP Search Replace Tool | Interconnect IT - WordPress Consultants, Web Development and Web Design Search Replace DB version 3.0.0 (currently a BETA version) allows you to carry out database wide search/replace actions that don’t damage PHP serialized strings or objects with a user friendly interface and experience. Installation & Use Now acts like a web app! To use the script, download the zip file from below, extract the folder called secret-name-please, renaming it to something secret of your choosing, then navigate to that folder in your browser. To see how you can use this tool to aid migrations, check out our article on WordPress migrations or visit the WP Tuts+ article that mentions this script. If you are in any doubt whatsoever about how to use this standalone script, then please consider getting an expert in. IMPORTANT: This code is supplied with no warranty or support implied. Download v 3.0.0 BETA Problems? Changelog: To Be Done Ensure UTF8 encoding is enforced (see comments). Contributions Donations We’ve been asked a lot in the comments box below about accepting donations.

The Lazy Man’s WordPress Photo Gallery with Dropbox I keep my photos on Dropbox, but I want to post them for everyone to see. Managing online photo galleries like Facebook, Flickr, Picasa, and friends is really tedious – and I don’t like how hard it is to get those photos back from those services. I could send people to the Dropbox pages, but that wouldn’t have the look and feel of my website. What I really want is to dump a bunch of photos into a Dropbox folder and be done with it. So obviously, I have to do this myself. I found the Lazyest Gallery plugin for WordPress, which is really great. Phase I: Set up Lazyest Gallery Install Lazyest Gallery.Lazyest Gallery will ask you to choose a directory where your photos will live. Now, copy one of your photo directories from Dropbox to that Gallery Folder with FTP or SCP or whatever.Spend about 7 hours tinkering with options to make the Lazyest Gallery pages behave how you want. The next phase is to get Dropbox all hooked up. Phase II: Dropbox Setup Phase III: Unison Install Unison. Google+