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StatusNet Widget

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  Analyzed about 2 months ago

This widget aims to provide an easy integration of your StatusNet (identi.ca), Twitter and Ohloh timelines into your WordPress. You can provide multiple sources (= links to your profiles at identi.ca, Twitter or your own StatusNet installation), which will get fetched, merged (if you want it to do ... [More] so, like when you are posting the same content to Twitter AND identi.ca) and displayed in your sidebar (with #hashtag, !group and @people links). [Less]

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wordpress-coupon-maker

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IntroductionHello, this is the project site for the WordPress Coupon Maker Plugin (and API). Version0.1 -- initial release 0.2 -- WordPress Coupon Maker Plugin -- PZCouponMaker

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Licenses: GPL-3.0+

wp-wakoopa

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

Wakoopa related WordPress plugins archive

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over 8 years since last commit

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wp-moonphase

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Sidebar widget to display graphic of current moon phase from US Naval Observatory. No rocket science here.

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GD LinkedIn Badge

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  Analyzed 10 months ago

This is a simple WordPress widget that displays badge with a link to a LinkedIn profile page. It can also display some additional custom information above the picture and link.

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over 1 year since last commit

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Lazy Widget Loader

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  Analyzed 10 months ago

The Lazy Widget Loader WordPress plugin provides lazy loading for widgets to improve page loading. Use it on slow widgets, especially those where external data is loaded, like widgets from Facebook, Twitter, AdSense, … What this plugin basically does is to postpone loading the content of those ... [More] widgets you choose, so that their content is loaded after the main content of the page that is displayed. You can choose which widgets should be loaded like that, by default the plugin does not “impose” itself on any widget. You may also choose to display a throbber while the content of a widget is loaded. [Less]

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almost 4 years since last commit

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GD Pages Navigator

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  Analyzed 10 months ago

Standard display of pages in Wordpress can be a problem if you have a lot of pages with subpages causing the widget with list of pages to take a lot of space on the page. Widget supports multiple instances from version 3.0.0. Advanced Navigator: - Navigator widget will display only one level ... [More] of pages at a time. If you are on a non-page, Navigator widget will display only top level pages. When you go to a page, widget will dispay only subpages for that page. If page doesn't have subpages, again top level pages will be displayed. If you go to a subpage, widget will display list of pages from the current subpage parent. Only Top Level Pages - Displays only top level pages. Full Pages Hierarchy - Displays complete hierarchy of all pages in the blog. You can use indented display. [Less]

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about 1 year since last commit

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pd-image-animation

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

PDImageAnimation is a WordPress plugin and widget that displays animations of new public domain images from the slideshow community site slideshine.de. Furthermore it provides some information about the author (such as a karma bar) of the corresponding slideshow. Screenshots

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Licenses: LGPL

dkret-theme

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

More than a standard theme for WordpressThis is my attemp writing the perfect Wordpress Theme. Beautiful on the inside (thanks to the Sandbox Markup) BUT looking beautiful too. If you just want to start blogging and don't want to start coding, this is your Theme. Features:Localisation (l10n-i18n) ... [More] Admin-Panel Skins (schemes and tamplate support) xhtml and css valid (based on the sandbox markup) dynamic class generating functions (sandbox theme) AJAX has built in AJAX comment preview supports tons of Plugins Adjustiable sidebars (0-5) supports widgets over 10 exclusive dkret widgets [Less]

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wpng-calendar

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

OverviewThe Wordpress Google calendar plugin allows for the integration of a Google calendar into a Wordpress blog. We are currently at release 0.8.5. You can download it at the right ===>. For release notes, please see the change log. InstallationThis section describes how to install the ... [More] plugin and get it working. Request Google GDATA API key (see link below) Upload the contents of the ZIP file to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory Activate the plugin through the Plugins menu Configure your GDATA API key in the plugin options panel Configure a Google calendar in the plugin options panel Configure the option to render the description field as Wiki markup Create a page and add the 'show-wpng-calendar' custom field with the number of weeks you want to be displayed Add the widget to your sidebar and configure the title and number of events to display The plugin-in requires a valid Google GDATA API key. Only one calendar can be associated with the plug-in (want more?, request an enhancement). NOTE: The API key must correspond to your domain URL. Read this snippet from the Google API site for more information: A key is associated with a website. If you want to use the JavaScript client library on another site, you should obtain another key for that site. More specifically, a key is associated with the URL that you enter on the signup page; the key applies to all URLs under the domain or directory that you specify. NOTE: It is also important to note that you must use the full version of the Google calendar. By default, the address to the calendar will point to the basic format. Change basic to full in the URL in order to have the plugin work correctly. Displaying The CalendarCalendar data can be displayed in three ways: As a widget in the sidebarThe simplest way to incorporate the calendar is to use the WPNG Calendar widget. The widget is installed as a part of the plugin-in, so you already have it. Use this widget like any other widget, drag-n-drop it into the sidebar where you want the calendar to appear. Once the widget is there, you can customize the Title shown in the sidebar and the number of events that are displayed. Access these values in the widget's options panel. As a pageCalendar data can also be embedded within a Page. The page will initially list data starting with the current date. The amount of data shown in the page will depend on the value you enter in the custom fields' value box. At the bottom of the page, links will be displayed to allow the user to navigate to the next interval of data. To embed a calendar into a page, follow these steps: Create a page, give it any title you desire Add the following as a custom field: show-wpng-calendar In the value field enter the number of weeks of data you wish to display at one time Uncheck "Allow Comments" in the Discussion settings for the page Displaying an eventWhether clicked from the side bar or from a page, each event can be displayed within its own modal DIV. The event view will show all details that are available from the Google calendar for that particular calendar entry. As an option, you can choose to render the description field of an event using wiki markup. The markup syntax is similar to most common wiki markup languages. For more information, see the Wiki formatting page. FormattingWe made every attempt to make the calendar integrate with themes as much as possible. If you do have a need to edit the style of event lists or the ThickBox dialog, you can use the following: wpng-calendar/css/style.css wpng-calendar/css/thickbox.css You can update the size of the modal, but alter this line in the functions.js: /* add the div to my modified ThickBox function */ tb_show_inner("",entryDiv.innerHTML,"height=500&width=500");ScreenshotsCalendar In A Page & As A Widget Displaying An Event Plugin Configuration Widget Configuration Special ThanksThis is our first plug-in and required a lot of Google time. A few articles and sites really helped to get this going. We would like to point out those brave individuals who blazed the Wordpress plug-in trail long before us: Creating A Plug-InRonald Huereca - http://www.devlounge.net/extras/how-to-write-a-wordpress-plugin Creating A WidgetMason Wolf - http://hiremasonwolf.com/plugin-to-widget/36 Date Maniuplation MagicThe Coolite Crew - http://www.datejs.com Wiki Rendering With JavaScriptStefan Goessner - http://goessner.net/articles/wiky/ ThickboxCody Lindley - http://jquery.com/demo/thickbox/ [Less]

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about 9 years since last commit

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