Stop Censorship WordPress plugin Published on January 19, 2012
Plugin no longer available – since there is an “oficial” plugin, there is no use to mantain this one.
Put a black ribbon in your website (as the one present on the top right corner of WDMAC.com).
Download stopCensorship WordPres plugin in the link bellow!
- unzip it, and upload stopCensorship.php to your WP-CONTENT/PLUGINS/ folder, then activate it as any other plugin. that’s it!
Act now! this is not a USA only Issue! this interferes with the freedom of everyone of us internet users!
NOTE: This plugin was based on the ribbon found in wordpress.org, author unknown!, if you are the author of the original ribbon, please let me know so I can credit you for it
For Your Eyes Only (FYEO) WordPress admin Plugin. Published on February 4, 2011
One of my fisrt Word Press plugins “FYEO”, has just been fully rewritten!
For Your Eyes Only (FYEO) Word-Press admin Plugin.
This plugin hides all Word Press Dashboard administrative-related information from non-admin users.
This means that just the admin (or someone with a user level of 10) is able to view them.
This is useful when you develop a wp blog to a client, and don’t want him to see the all dashboard info, word press blogs, resources, new WP-versions, etc.
New v4 version fully rewritten now with more robust coding. Download it here (it’s free): www.wdmac.com/wp-plugins/fyeo
How to create a .po language translation Published on April 13, 2010
This article is about creating language translations for word press developments, both for plugins and themes.
However, the described .po creation method using poedit is “roughly” universal, thus this post can be used as an universal tutorial about creating .po library (catalog) files for any purpose, not just WP
I found there is a lot information on the web about editing .po files but very little about creating your own .po from start. This was the main purpose of this article.
Scripts in your Word Press projects Published on March 17, 2010
Inserting scripts in your Word Press projects the proper way.
Sometimes you need to to enhance you WP project capabilities (plugins, themes, widgets, whatever), and to do so you need to add some scripts to your WP projects, either your own scripts or someone else’s. There are several ways to do this, and most of them are wrong.
This is a post excerpted from the Word Press Codex explaining how to do it.
Also there is a list with the default script libraries included with your Word Press installation, that you don’t need to include, just call whenever you need!
Word Press Roles and Capabilities Published on March 5, 2010
There are pre determined admin-roles in every word press installation.
This means every registered user can have a specific role, with specific capabilities within the blog.
This capabilities, relate to access levels, and are granted by the blog’s administrators.
This doesn’t mean that a user can’t perform someone-else’s task, it just means it will only be able to do a determined number of tasks, allowed by his user level.
“Every user with an access level can do everything his access level allows, plus all the capabilities of the user levels bellow.”
The Word Press roles and Capabilities hierarchy will be described in this article, along with the allowed admin-tasks for each level or role.