Archive for the ‘widgets’ Category
- WordPress Plugins
- News, Tutorials & Resources Roundup No.6
- Create a Social Network with WordPress & BuddyPress
- How To: Add a forum to WordPress with the bbPress plugin
- How To: Create a Knowledge Base using WordPress
- Plugin Launch: WPTurbo Autoblogging Plugin
- 10 things You can do Today to Improve Your WordPress blog
- 30 Unusual, Fresh and Creative WordPress Blog Designs 3
Dashboard Widget Manager at WordPress Plugins by Viper007Bond:
“WordPress 2.5 introduces a widgetized dashboard, but unfortunately no manager for it to rearrange and remove widgets. This plugin fills that need by creating a new admin page very similiar to the new sidebar widget manager.
I was just spidering “plugins” to find what’s what with threading comments … honest, that’s all I was intent on!
But I found myself with a whole flock of tabs … so here’s the bufferdump (as it stand this moment … I’ll prolly update this in the next few hours).
- WordPress Plugins and Tutorials | Developer Toolbox
- from HackWordPress.com: Best WordPress Plugins (big list, sorted by function) and Collection of WordPress Hacks; also Feature Posts with the WP-Sticky WordPress Plugin
- from HeadSetOptions.org: Anatomy of a Magazine Style Premium WordPress Theme – Part 1 “The Loop” (11JAN08) and Anatomy of a Magazine Style Premium WordPress Theme – Part 2: DOMTab, Tabber, more (19JAN08); see SlickMania.com as example of sidebar tabs
- from DarrenHoyt.com: Creating Two-Tiered Conditional Navigation in WordPress – “Here is a common navigational scheme, with parent pages on top and child pages (if they exist) on bottom”
Noupe.com has really blown my socks off:
Most Popular Posts
- 101 CSS Techniques Of All Time- Part 1
- The 7 CSS Hacks that we should use
- 101 CSS Techniques Of All Time- Part2
- 47+ Excellent Ajax CSS Forms
- 37+ Great Ajax, CSS Tab-Based Interfaces
- 70+ Visually Impressing Header Graphics
- 7 Advanced CSS Menu, A Great Roundup!!
Also from Noupe.com:
“The MyBlogLog WordPress plugin provides two main features: First, it makes two sidebar widgets available: recent readers and community members. […] Second, the plugin creates an entire community members section inside your blog.”
BTW/FYI: PHP MyBlogLog at code.google.com