This script was generated in response to a thread on the wp-hackers mailing list. The question at hand is how to make one plugin dependant on another plugin’s installation and activation while maintaining the use of the register_activation_hook() function. The following code is a proof of concept. It can be improved and will be improved […]
This plugin logs the username and the date/time of every WordPress login. Records are displayed in the ‘Users’ menu item. The plugin is released as a minimal project and will require user feedback for future development / added functionality.
This plugin allows you to replace the default previous and next image links with a set of custom one that print a text based link rather than a thumbnail of the image. Simply download the file, unzip and upload to your wp-plugins folder, activate and include the following functions in your code.
Developed for WordPress MU, this plugin gives you the ability to set custom ‘description’ and ‘keywords’ meta tags in the ‘head’ area of your site. The plugin is helpful because it gives the site admin the ability to set keywords and description for every page on every blog (site wide) and then it allows each individual blog admin to set their own description and keywords. The plugin then combines them into one before inserting the result into the head of your website.