Wordpress has this filter that enforces camelcase capitalization of the word “Wordpress”. I disagree with this decision for two reasons: I prefer to have control over my software. Whether control is wrestled from me through legal means or by design, I don’t like it. I don’t think it’s a fully settled manner whether to use [...]
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They block the Hello, Dolly! plugin. Not cool, WP Engine. Not cool.
…graphical ones, that is. Text smileys are better. :-)
I put my SyntaxHighlighter Brush Pack on WordPress.org, using the excellent git to WordPress.org Subversion instructions to preserve history. In order to check that it works, I moved my plugin (installed as a git submodule) outside the wp-content/plugins directory, went to Add Plugin, searched for it, and instructed WordPress to automatically install it. It works! [...]
I’m working on a plugin for displaying infoboxes for URLs called Resource Infobox. The interface is a shortcode with a single url property. To include an infobox, use an expression like the following: Repositorywordpress-resource-infoboxOwnerbenatkin This will show an Infobox with some basic information: Examples of Infoboxes include those on Wikipedia, in the upper-right corner of [...]