Category: WordPress Plugins
Easier Plugin Development by Moving Plugin Directory
If you’re a experienced programmer you’re testing your programs not only with the latest version of WordPress but also with some older versions since there are many dated installations. So you have several versions installed on your development server and want to test your newly created code with every single version.
Restrict Mime Types on WordPress Media Upload
WordPress has changed the library in version 3.3 – which I think is an improvement. The restrictions in terms of file types remains and you can control them via hook. So you can limit or extend the file-types. Via two hooks, this is done quickly and there is a notification displayed in your backend which […]
Advent Calendar- How to disable comments for WordPress pages in any theme
Usually you don’t need comments on pages. Unfortunately, WordPress doesn’t offer a separate option to leave comments on posts on and turn them off for pages. If your theme calls comments_template(); in its page.php and you don’t want to break automatic updates, you cannot just remove the function call, because it will be overwritten with […]
Plugin to Remove Comments Completely from WordPress
The comment feature in WordPress is an essential component of blogs – but not in all cases it’s needed, especially if you use it as a traditional CMS. Sure, you can just leave out the comment form while you creating a theme and disable the comment options in your backend. But this is not the […]
New Plugin to Style your Plugin on WordPress Admin with Default Styles!
WordPress is developing fast – this also applies to the design of the backend. So it is important not to use your own styles in the admin area and use tags and classes of WordPress. This is the best way you can simplify your work as a developer and you don’t have to test the […]
Plugin To Add Custom Field To An Attachment In WordPress
The media library is on WordPress in some areas, certainly not perfect, but it has great potential. Each attachment can contain various metadata and also WordPress stores some data directly while uploading – for example a part of the Exif data of an image. However, it might not be enough for you and you need […]