In this week’s Movable Type Monday, we’ve got tips to help you build alternate archives, stop comment spam, install a new WYSIWYG editor, and more.
In this week’s Movable Type Monday, we look at a new version of MT-Notifier, how to write a plugin that generates “shortcodes,” and a handful of tips from the new Movable Tips blog.
In this week’s Movable Type Monday we’ve got notes from Six Apart on upgrading to MT 4.33, a new plugin for sending to the publish queue, and another plugin for accessing the PicApp service.
In this week’s Movable Type Monday, we have a new release of MT-Notifier, a screencast about unit testing and Git, and information about the use of Pubsubhubbub in Melody.
In this week’s Movable Type Monday, we discuss the new MT5, a plugin that adds Twitter API support to your blog, debugging training, and more.
Happy Monday, folks! This week we’ve got a handful of new plugins for you. I have not had a chance to try these personally, so if anybody has, please let us know what you think in the comments. AutoSmileys — Sebastian BÃ¶thin has written a plugin that replaces text-based emoticons with images. The plugin comes […]
In this week’s Movable Type Monday, we have an update to the jQuery Comment plugin, a hack to re-order an entry’s asset list, discussion of MT’s Safari support, and more.
With the upcoming WordPress 2.9 release and the new version of the WordPress.com stats plugin for self-hosted blogs the choice shorturl generator to use has become easier for most users. The wp.me shorturls domain was introduced earlier this year for WordPress.com hosted blogs. As of Release Candidate 1 for WordPress 2.9 the URL shortener is […]
With the release of WordPress 2.9 expected over the next weeks, it is time to dig a little deeper and discover new features. Since the translation string freeze no new features will be added anymore. Since some days I noticed on another blog where I run the latest nightly developer build, that the new plugin […]
Many people want to publish their blog in different languages or offer translations to their readers. Often a translation plugin is used offering automated translation via Google Translate or Babelfish. But if you speak/write several languages you can use the WPML plugin to publish your blog in several languages, and if you want to have […]