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WP plugin: Kinderlose
Kinderlose is not just an unusually-named* WordPress 2.3 plugin, but one with a very simple mission (which is good, because it's a very small plugin): It removes posts from any possible child categories under a (presumed parent) category archive.
Since it looks like I'm back to blogging, let me spend a moment to (I hope) bring you up to date about what's going on ...
Ok, sneaking back. Two posts today! I must have had too much caffeine or something. The tagging phenomenon has been of little interest to me ...
WP plugin: More Unique
Forgive the misuse of an absolute in the name: More Unique is a simple WordPress plugin with a simple task: to let you customize, individualize, alterize (word?) the text of the 'more' link for each post through the use of custom fields.
WP plugin: Search Custom Fields
Search Custom Fields is not my prettiest code, but it's a relatively small WordPress 2 plugin doing two things at once. First and foremost it adds missing functionality for searching your post custom field or meta data. It also lets you use a separate template in your theme to display custom field search results. Sound cool?
WP plugin: Welcome Visitor!
Hoho, another WordPress 2 plugin: Welcome Visitor! lets you add a welcome message on the sidebar or introductory note to the home page or whatever and wherever the heck you like. You edit the message from within the WordPress administration pages. The plugin sports a healthy selection of customizable options---for a simple message plugin, that is.
WP plugin: My Widget – example WordPress widget
There's a funky new WordPress plugin, WordPress Widgets, driving a fair percentage of the WP community to both ends of the enthusiasm spectrum. But love it or hate it, it's here to stay, and you can pretty much expect to see it end up in the WordPress core in a not to distant future version. With the appetizer out of the way, let me get to the meat of the post: a thread on the WordPress support forums lead me to the decision the example dev material provided is a bit weak, especially for the neophyte plugin writer. So in the interest of avoiding dozens of similar yelps for guidance over the months to come, I tore through the widgets that tag along with WordPress Widgets (the Google and del.icio.us ones) and after an hour had merged, molded and abused them into an example widget (with lots of explanatory comments!). And now I'm passing that work along to anyone who wants it. The widget can be considered useful, to boot.
WP plugin: CSS Naked Day
Gotta love the various goofy "Day" things the Internet seems to go crazy for. In honor of Dustin Diaz's idea to make every April 5th CSS Naked Day, I'm releasing a WordPress plugin for it.
WP plugin: Post Image
Post Image is a WordPress 2 plugin that displays an image attachment for a post through the plugin's post_image() (or szub_post_image()) template tag. It's useful if you want to provide a unique "post image" to each post without having to manage the image references and tags within each post.
Did a tiny hop with my WordPress update on guff. I've ignored WordPress 2.0 and slipped in the first release candidate for 2.0.1. There's more ...
For anyone out there still claiming that query string style URIs---the sort with a ? and such in them---don't do well when it comes to ...