So… I was asked to convert an HTML template into a a WordPress page template, and it has two sliders. A friend of mine recommended me to use Soliloquy, which is a very nice plugin. However, since I didn’t want to mess with the markup and styling, I opted to only use Soliloquy’s backend.
Continue reading “Additional Fields for Soliloquy Images”
Co-Authors Plus is a nice plugin for assigning multiple authors to posts. However, I find its template tag for displaying byline rather limiting because sometimes we want to use fancy markup for the byline (think of avatars, publish/modification dates, etc). Continue reading “Custom byline markup for Co-Authors Plus”
For a while now I’ve been slowly ripping off functionalities from KC Settings to make it more modular. Today, I’m releasing a helper plugin for you theme/plugin developers out there. This plugin should speed up your development time when creating a settings page for your plugin/theme. Continue reading “Settings Page Meta Boxes”
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. Continue reading “Widget Attributes”
Not so long ago I’ve blogged about adding some enhancements to WordPress media management, such as inserting images with custom sizes into post and setting terms for the attachments along with individual plugins for each functionality. When I released the KC Widget Enhancements plugin, I thought I should combine those plugins into one package too. So now I present it: KC Media Enhancements.
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As I promised when I wrote the functions for adding custom classes for WordPress widgets, I’m now announcing the release of KC Widget Enhancements. This plugin provides the ability to set custom classes and ID for any widgets, not just the built-in ones, but also widgets that comes with installed plugins/themes.
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Since version 2.9, WordPress provided a new function, add_image_size() to define additional image sizes along with the three default sizes: Thumbnail, Medium and Large. After defining the additional sizes, we can use them in our themes either using the_post_thumbnail(), wp_get_attachment_image(), or any other functions that suit your needs.
Continue reading “Insert Image with Custom Size into Post”
I was building a WordPress a theme, and I needed to rebuild the post attachment thumbnails. As usual, I used Alex’ amazing Regenerate Thumbnails plugin. Upon clicking the button, I got nothing. No progressbar, nothing. I checked the attachment directory and found that the thumbnails weren’t rebuilt.
Continue reading “Temporary Fix for Regenerate Thumbnails 2.0.3”