A while ago, I wrote about how you can add custom classes to your widgets. I’ve also created a plugin that’s available in WPORG but haven’t been updated in a while.
I’m announcing a new plugin, Widget Attributes, that you can use to add custom attributes to your widgets. Currently, it only supports the ID and classes and maybe will support adding custom attributes in the future. For now, you can download it from here. I’m submitting this plugin to WPORG and will retire the old one (I don’t like the name) and will update this post once it’s approved.
The plugin is now live!
Just a quick note to those of you using KC Settings. As of version 2.6.8, all variables in kcSettings class have been merged and set to private. So if you’ve previously used
kcSettings::$data, you will need to change your code to use the available method:
kcSettings::get_data(). This static method behaves exactly like
kc_get_option(), so you can put as many arguments (the array keys) as you like there to get the data you need, for example:
kcSettings::get_data('settings', 'plugin', 'myprefix', 'mysection')
Here’s a simple plugin for uploading files from your WordPress site front-end. It uses Jaka Jancar’s DropBox Uploader and inspired by a tutorial on WP Tuts+ (although I took a slightly different approach). It’s pretty easy to use and you can integrate it in your contact forms.
Clone/download it from GitHub and feel free to let me know if you have any problem.
So, I kinda needed a new theme for this blog and I wanted it to be minimalist, no-nonsense :D
If you like it, you can use it too! Download it from GitHub (for now). I’ve submitted it to the WordPress themes official repo, and once it’s up, I’ll update this post.
I just realeased version 2.0 of my KC Settings plugin a few hours ago. This release brings many bug fixes, improvements, and some cool new features.