It’s proving to be a great week for my plugin’s. Following on from WordCast PodCast mentioning WP Frame Breaker, Weblog Tools Collection have just posted a review of another one of my plugins – Add Twitter RSS.
If you use Add Twitter RSS, head on over and let them know what you think.
Add as always, feedback and requests for more options are always welcome.
For all you WordPress authors out there unhappy with Diggs new policy of putting outbound links in a frame, here’s an easy way to break out of the frame – WP Frame Breaker.
Follow the link to read more and download the WordPress Plugin.
I’ve a new plugin available for download – Twitter Friends Widget.
Basically it replicates the Twitter sidebar and displays all those you’re following. Read more and download it from the “Twitter Friends Widget” plugin page.
I was looking into blogging via email, and I couldn’t get it to work. Until I discovered that WordPress has to be told to check for any new emails..
In order to process the email post, WordPress uses wp-mail.php. Loading this page in your browser will tell WordPress to check for new email posts. There are three ways to call the file:
- By visiting the URI to wp-mail.php in your browser,
- By using Cron to automatically load the file after a set period of time, or
- By including a hidden iframe in your Blog footer that links to wp-mail.php.
Not all WordPress users have the ability to edit their crontab and even more have no interest in editing their theme files. So I wrote a simple plugin that will add the iframe to the the blog footer.
When I say simple, I actually mean simple – there’s all of 3 lines of code in this plugin, so not much can go wrong with it.
You can read more about it here.
I’ve just finished a small plugin that I wrote for WordPress. “Add Twitter RSS” adds a link to your blog header for your Twitter RSS feed.
More details from the plugin page – Add Twitter RSS