I just updated Strip!,Â the WordPress plugin I wrote for WordCamp 2008. You can now strip/unstrip comments as you view post pages, which I think far more useful and intuitive. I just had to update it with the current upswing in unrelated comments that are obviously left for impolite SEO purposes.
(Embedded slideshow below) [embeddoc url=”http://rebelpixel.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/09/wordcamp-plugins.ppt” viewer=”microsoft”] I did tell you I was slated to speak at WordCamp Philippines last week, right? I’m not so sure if I managed to expound on my topic acceptably, but hopefully I gave fellow WordPress users an idea on how to approach the task of coding your own WordPress plugin. […]
BukoPie is a new feed reader for WordPress I hacked from the SimplePie demo, allowing WP users to have their own XML feed reader right in the WordPress dash/admin pages. I added functionality for keeping a feed subscription list and tag–based categorization. I’m sure this isn’t the first feed reader for WP, but it fills […]
Yes, there is an update for wp-recent-links, version 2.02. Bug reports and fixes from Arthur Hoogervorst and Kelson Vibber. Thank you guys!
Less than a month ago, wp-recent-links was updated for WordPress 2.0. After countless new users and downloads, a few little kinks have been found, with John Blackbourn writing in to report two issues that needed attention. Somehow, I think they’re fixed. 🙂 Grab ’em while hot.
You’ve probably heard that WordPress 2.0 is just around the corner, or approximately 24 hours away. What better way to start WP 2.0 blogging but with the latest release of wp-recent-links! This version needs WP 2.0, but if you’re already running an RC then this plugin will be very useful. Grab it! Why? You can […]
There is a problem with the Recent Links plugin on WordPress 1.5.2. It seems the redirection for the archives page and the monthly archives is failing, most probably a result of the changes to the handling of PHP global variables in the current WP. Thanks to the several users who have emailed to inform us. […]
In case you haven’t noticed, I’m also writing in one of my new weblogs. I hope to share with everyone, especially Filipino bloggers, the things I’ve learned in the field of — what else — blogging! Let’s see where this takes us.
iPAP now has comments, thanks to Mathias’s wonderful work. A million thanks, my friend! This is one of the most sought–after feature, requested in almost every email inquiry I receive concerning the photo app. Development has slowed down significantly the past week with spare coding time becoming very uncommon. But I managed to squeeze in […]
iPAP 0.9 has reached Beta 2 and is now much faster. Caching now utilizes the SQL database instead of the file system, and we’re testing if this is the ideal setup. If you downloaded the first beta, you really need to use this since the former has one stupid bug that slows things down. Go […]