I made these two plugins for ease of use of my website and the more plugins, the better the website lol!!!!!!
Ok so I ran into this while looking at my site after upgrading to wordpress version 2.9 and found that all my comments for pages disappeared but the post comments were fine, So I googled and found that arras theme has a conflict with wordpress v2.9. and this is the issue and wamo-bamo it worked!
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The solution was to change line 138 in library/filters.php from:
Thanks to Kerry Webster for the table and the download link to the pdf download!
I’m featured in a Magazine!
In issue 164 of Web Designer Magazine there is a feature article on WordPress plug-ins, “Electrify Your Blog: The Top 20 WordPress Plug-ins for the Next-gen Blogger”. Matt Mullenweg comments on the top 20 wordpress plugins and I must say that these plugins are very awesome and two of the plugins that I use is of course mine mp3 player plugin and contact form 7 I have not tried all of the others yet but with have to take the time to do so. I think that this is very cool that I am featured in a magazine just because of a hobby lol.
|Plugin Name/Link||Author||WP Version Required|
|1.||Tweet Blender||Kirill Navotchenko||2.0.2 +|
|2.||Facebook Dashboard Widget||Chris Chrisostomou||2.5 +|
|3.||uQuery iPhone App Widget||RADSense Software||2.6 +|
|4.||WordPress Mobile Pack||James Pearce/dotMobi||2.5 +|
|5.||Google Analytics for WordPress||Joost de Valk||2.7 +|
|6.||Smart YouTube||Vladimir Prelovac||2.0 +|
|7.||Better Tag Cloud||Nicolas Kuttler||2.8 +|
|8.||WP-PostRatings||Lester Chan||2.8 +|
|9.||Flickr + Highslide||Pim Linders||2.7 +|
|10.||Yet Another Related Posts Plugin||Michael Yoshitaka Erlewine||2.3 +|
|11.||MP3 Player Plugin||Thomas Norberg||2.6 +|
|12.||WP-DBManager||Lester Chan||2.8 +|
|13.||SEO Friendly Images||Vladimir Prelovac||2.0 +|
|14.||Google XML Sitemap||Arne Brachhold||2.1 +|
|15.||Sidenotes||Stephan Lenhart||2.3 +|
|16.||Theme Switch||Nicolas Kuttler||2.7 +|
|17.||Resize-on-Upload||John Tindell||2.8.1 +|
|18.||Cute Profiles||Tejaswini Deshpande, Sanjeev Mishra||2.7 +|
|19.||Contact Form 7||Takayuki Miyoshi||2.7 +|
|20.||StatPress Reloaded||Manuel Grabowski||2.5 +|
Ok So I needed to install a new version of wordpress (v2.9) for my site because I wanted to make sure that I my plugin would work right with new wordpress. So I auto install from my host (BTW wicked COOL, couldn’t do that before on my previous site), it does its thing and then says done. I go to check my set to see the new stuff and get this error:
Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 8388608 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 4864 bytes) in /home4/thomasno/public_html/wp-includes/default-widgets.php on line 613
I had no idea what to do and then I thought maybe a couple of searches through WordPress and Google and maybe I could get somewhere.
I then found this little GEM that fixed everything:
You put this in your
wp_config.php file at the top right above:
// ** MySQL settings - You can get this info from your web host ** // /** The name of the database for WordPress */
Thanks to a great find. I was able to make some sweet adjustments to my site. With some modification to what JTK said on his website I used some really cool drop down boxes to achieve what I wanted on my site. I will give you the code for both.
First I wanted to make all my posts accessible on any post page. Then after I found that I could do that I found out how to make it not so obtrusive. Because if you have a lot of posts and not a lot of space on your page you don’t necessarily want the first option that JTK had.
So I found a different way and possibly a better one. If you look on my single post page you can see the top, right below adsense (two drop boxes), one with posts most recent and the other with posts alphabetized.
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<select name="archive-dropdown" onchange='document.location.href=this.options[this.selectedIndex].value;'> <option value=""><?php echo attribute_escape(__('Pick a new post to go to! (Most recent to oldest)')); ?></option> <?php wp_get_archives('type=postbypost&format=option&show_post_count=1'); ?> </select><br /> <select name="archive-dropdown" onchange='document.location.href=this.options[this.selectedIndex].value;'> <option value=""> <?php echo attribute_escape(__('Pick a new post to go to! (Alphabetically A-Z)')); ?> </option> <?php wp_get_archives('type=alpha&format=option&show_post_count=1'); ?> </select>