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With this plugin you can easily create buttons, boxes, different sliders and much, much more. Turn your free theme to premium in just a few clicks. Using Shortcodes Ultimate you can quickly and easily retrieve many premium themes features and display it on your site. See screenshots for more information.
Be careful when updating to 4.0.0 version in next time. It will be massive update, that affect many code.
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This plugin will monitor your blog looking for broken links and let you know if any are found.
Once installed, the plugin will begin parsing your posts, bookmarks (AKA blogroll) and other content and looking for links. Depending on the size of your site this can take from a few minutes up to an hour or more. When parsing is complete, the plugin will start checking each link to see if it works. Again, how long this takes depends on how big your site is and how many links there are. You can monitor the progress and tweak various link checking options in Settings -> Link Checker.
The broken links, if any are found, will show up in a new tab of the WP admin panel - Tools -> Broken Links. A notification will also appear in the "Broken Link Checker" widget on the Dashboard. To save display space, you can keep the widget closed and configure it to expand automatically when problematic links are detected. E-mail notifications need to be enabled separately (in Settings -> Link Checker).
The "Broken Links" tab will by default display a list of broken links that have been detected so far. However, you can use the links on that page to view redirects or see a listing of all links - working or not - instead. You can also create new link filters by performing a search and clicking the "Create Custom Filter" button. For example, this can be used to create a filter that only shows comment links.
There are several actions associated with each link. They show up when you move your mouse over to one of the links listed the aforementioned tab -
You can also click on the contents of the "Status" or "Link Text" columns to get more info about the status of each link.
Note: Some translations are not entirely up to date with the latest release, so parts of the interface may appear untranslated.
This plugin uses one or more icons from the beautiful "Silk" icon set.
Google's free font directory is one of the most exciting developments in web typography in a very long time. The amazing rise of this new font resource has made this plugin the most popular font plugin on Wordpress and it shows no signs of stopping. While font plugin solutions like FontBurner.com have helped bring rich typography to Wordpress themes, the selection of fonts easily available to the average blogger have been limited. The WP Google Font plugin makes it even easier to use Google's free service to add high quality fonts to your Wordpress powered site. Not only does this plugin add the necessary Google code, but it also gives you the ability to assign the Google fonts to specific CSS elements of your website from within the Wordpress admin. Or if you would rather, you can target the Google fonts from your own theme's stylesheet.
Right now, the Google Directory has over 390 great fonts, and the selection is steadily growing. As new fonts are added, we will release updates to the plugin quickly so you can start using new fonts as they become available. It truly is an exciting time to be creating websites, and I hope this plugin helps you create some great stuff. - Adrian3
Members is a plugin that extends your control over your blog. It's a user, role, and content management plugin that was created to make WordPress a more powerful CMS.
The foundation of the plugin is its extensive role and capability management system. This is the backbone of all the current features and planned future features.
If updating from a previous version:
If you've used a previous version of the Members plugin, please check your settings under Settings > Members and reset your Users and Login Form widgets (if you were using them).
Completely customise the columns on the administration screens with a nice drag and drop interface.
By default, WordPress only shows a few built-in columns. This plugin will give you many additional columns. You will have full control over all columns for pages, posts, posttypes, media, links, comments and users.
Add or remove columns, change their label, change their width and reorder them.
The following custom columns are added:
You can also change the User Columns. The following user columns are added:
Some of the user custom fields that are included: user level, capabilities, admin color, nickname... many more.
Customise the Media Library Columns. The following media columns are added:
A lot more comment colums are added, here are a few examples:
A few examples of added Link columns:
With the custom field column you can display any custom field values. It can show its default value but also handle it as an image or icon. Thsese types are added:
All of the new columns will have support for sorting with the sorting addon.
By default WordPress let's you only sort by Title, Date, Comments and Author. This will make you be able to sort by ALL columns of ANY type.
It will work nice with other plugins and support their additional custom columns. A few examples of plugins that are supported: WordPress SEO by Yoast (Robots Meta), Post Admin Shortcuts (Pin), WP Show IDs (ID) and User Access Manager (Access), Co-Authors Plus and Advanced Custom Fields.
If you like to contrinute a language, please send them to email@example.com.
The next major release (1.5) will have the option to set default sorting per screen.
You can leave any requests or feedback.
Protect your Wordpress site by hiding the fact that you are using Wordpress for your site.
- Hide Wordpress wp-admin URL and redirect it to 404 page
- Hide Wordpress wp-login.php and redirect it to 404 page
- Change the wp-admin and wp-login URLs
- Brute Force Attacks,
- SQL Injection Attacks
- Cross Site Scripting (XSS)
The FREE version does not work for Multisites, Nginx and IIS. Only the Premium version does.
The admin URL is the most common path that hackers use to break your WordPress site.
If you don't protect yourself, you will end up having a hacked site sooner or later.
This is a free version of the plugin so you can use it for all your blogs without any restrictions.
Note: The plugin requires custom permalinks. Make sure you have it activated at Settings > Permalinks
Check out the Premium features: http://wpplugins.tips/wordpress
How to Install and Setup the Hide My WP PRO version
Order your pages, hierarchical custom post types, or custom post types with "page-attributes" with simple drag and drop on the usual page list screen.
The following video is from an early build (0.7) that has been significantly refined, but still demonstrates the concept.
Simply drag and drop the page into your desired position! It's that simple. No new admin menus pages, no clunky user interfaces that feel bolted onto WordPress. Just drag and drop on the page or post-type list screen.
To facilitate menu order management on sites with many pages, the plug-in also adds a new drop down filter allowing you to customize the paging (pages per page) on the page admin screen. Your last choice will even be saved whenever you return (on a user to user basis and post type by post type basis)!
The plug-in is "capabilities smart" - only users with the ability to edit others' pages (i.e. editors and administrators) will be able to reorder pages.
Integrated help is included! Just click the "help" tab toward the top right of the screen; the help is below the standard help for the screen.
Note that this plug-in only allows drag and drop resort within the same "branch" in the page tree / hierarchy. You can still instantly change the hierarchy by using the Quick Edit feature built into WordPress and changing the "Parent". The intention is to avoid confusion about "where" the user is trying to put the page. For example, when moving a page after another page's last child, are you trying to make it a child of the other page, or position it after the other page? Ideas are welcome.
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