This plugin adds a WYSIWYG text widget based on the standard TinyMCE WordPress visual editor. This is intended to overcome the limitations of the default WordPress text widget, so that you can visually add rich text contents to your sidebars, with no knowledge of HTML required.
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.
Do you have too long elements sticking out and breaking the web site layout?
If you have such a problem, fix their height by adding a scrollbar to the element with this plugin.
After installing it, go to
Scrollbars. Set a selector and height. That’s it.
Notes: you need a basic understanding of CSS/jQuery selectors to use this plugin.
By specifying selectors, you can define multiple scrollbars.
Pick custom colors for the scrollbar elements.
Define custom CSS rules.
Pick you favorite style from a list.
Even if the elements is inside an element which loads with Ajax, your scrollbars will be initialized accordingly.
If you want to disable your scrollbars in certain screen widths, you can do so as well.
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