Tired of uncategorized posts? Use this simple plugin to require users to choose a post category before saving a draft, updating a post, or publishing a post. This applies to normal posts and is not compatible with custom write panels or custom post types without modification.
- Extract the
require-post-category folder to your
- Activate the plugin through the admin interface
Simplify Your Editing Life
Requires your various post types — as specified in a simple options page — to have a featured image set before they can be published. If a lack of featured images causes your layout to break, or just look less-than-optimal, this is the plugin for you.
Rather than forcing you to manually enforce your editorial standards of including a featured image in every post, if your contributors fail to add a featured image to a post before publishing it they’ll simply find it impossible to publish.
Setting up the Plugin
By default it works on the “Post” content type only, but you can specify other content types, or turn it off for Posts in the new options page in your left sidebar: Settings > Req Featured Image. Simply check and uncheck the appropriate types, hit save and you’re all set. Happy publishing!
Activate the plugin. No other steps are necessary to require featured images on Posts only.
If you want to require featured images on a different content type, or allow Posts to be published without them simply go to the settings page in your left sidebar: Settings > Req Featured Image. Check and uncheck the appropriate types, hit “Save”, and you’re all set. Happy publishing!
The Duplicator gives WordPress administrators the ability to migrate, copy or clone a site from one location to another. The plugin also serves as a simple backup utility. The Duplicator supports both serialized and base64 serialized string replacement. If you need to move WordPress or backup WordPress this plugin can help simplify the process. For complete details visit lifeinthegrid.com.
This plugin does require above average technical knowledge. If you plan to move WordPress or backup WordPress please use it at your own risk and do not forget to back up your files and databases beforehand with other backup system. Please do not attempt to use the plugin if you’re new to WordPress or have a limited technical background. Please seek out professional help if your in question of anything. If you need to move WordPress or backup WordPress and you don’t have a firm grasp on using WordPress then you can get additional help from the Duplicator resources page .
This tool is great to move WordPress or backup WordPress sites and for pulling a production site down onto your local machine for testing and validation. It also works good for developing locally and then pushing up to a production server for a first time site release.
This project is currently in Beta, the underlying logic to backup WordPress, move WordPress and transfer WordPress are very complex. It’s impossible to know how each system is setup; this is why your feedback is important to us. Thanks for helping us to make WordPress the best blogging platform in the world.
Jonathan Foote, Tomas Gurny, Aaron Crawford
Enjoy using Duplicator? Please consider making a donation to support the project’s continued development.
Advanced Custom Fields is the perfect solution for any wordpress website which needs more flexible data like other Content Management Systems.
- Visually create your Fields
- Select from multiple input types (text, textarea, wysiwyg, image, file, page link, post object, relationship, select, checkbox, radio buttons, date picker, true / false, repeater, flexible content, gallery and more to come!)
- Assign your fields to multiple edit pages (via custom location rules)
- Easily load data through a simple and friendly API
- Uses the native WordPress custom post type for ease of use and fast processing
- Uses the native WordPress metadata for ease of use and fast processing
- Text (type text, api returns text)
- Text Area (type text, api returns text with
<br /> tags)
- Number (type number, api returns integer)
- Email (type email, api returns text)
- Password (type password, api returns text)
- WYSIWYG (a wordpress wysiwyg editor, api returns html)
- Image (upload an image, api returns the url)
- File (upload a file, api returns the url)
- Select (drop down list of choices, api returns chosen item)
- Checkbox (tickbox list of choices, api returns array of choices)
- Radio Buttons ( radio button list of choices, api returns chosen item)
- True / False (tick box with message, api returns true or false)
- Page Link (select 1 or more page, post or custom post types, api returns the selected url)
- Post Object (select 1 or more page, post or custom post types, api returns the selected post objects)
- Relationship (search, select and order post objects with a tidy interface, api returns the selected post objects)
- Taxonomy (select taxonomy terms with options to load, display and save, api returns the selected term objects)
- User (select 1 or more WP users, api returns the selected user objects)
- Google Maps (interactive map, api returns lat,lng,address data)
- Date Picker (jquery date picker, options for format, api returns string)
- Color Picker (WP color swatch picker)
- Tab (Group fields into tabs)
- Message (Render custom messages into the fields)
- Repeater (ability to create repeatable blocks of fields!)
- Flexible Content (ability to create flexible blocks of fields!)
- Gallery (Add, edit and order multiple images in 1 simple field)
- Custom (Create your own field type!)
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Regenerate Thumbnails allows you to regenerate the thumbnails for your image attachments. This is very handy if you’ve changed any of your thumbnail dimensions (via Settings -> Media) after previously uploading images or have changed to a theme with different featured post image dimensions.
You can either regenerate the thumbnails for all image uploads, individual image uploads, or specific multiple image uploads.
- Go to your admin area and select Plugins -> Add new from the menu.
- Search for “Regenerate Thumbnails”.
- Click install.
- Click activate.
A fullscreen background slideshow plugin based on Jay Salvat’s Vegas Background jQuery Plugin. You can see a working demo at http://vegas.jamesdbruner.com/
What Can This Plugin Do?
You can use it to
- Create a fullscreen slideshow
- Create a fullscreen background (single slide)
- That’s about it… It does use the new media uploader and you can drag and drop your images to rearrange them which is kind of cool.
This plugin does one thing and one thing only, to keep it small yet fully functional.
For a list of cool new features in version 2.0 check out the Changelog
About the Shortcode:
There are 7 parameters total that you can use with this shortcode. The ID being the only one that’s absolutely required.
List of parameters:
wp-vegas.zip to the
- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
- Use the shortcode [vegas id=”xxx”]
- Customize the slideshow using the parameters explained in screenshot #5
[vegas id="565" fade="2500" delay ="4500" overlay="http://mydomain.com/urloftheimage/" arrows="yes" autoplay="yes" poster="yes"]
Using the Shortcode
After you’ve added images to your slideshow and generated a shortcode you just need to copy the shortcode and paste it into the content of any page or post you want the slideshow to show up on. If you want it to show up on every page you’ll have to add some code to the header.php file in your theme. See the codex’s do_shortcode article for more information on the matter.
This plugin provides an easy to use interface to create and administer custom post types and taxonomies in WordPress. This plugin is created for WordPress 3.x.
Please note that this plugin will NOT handle display of registered post types or taxonomies in your current theme. It will simply register them for you.
All official development on this plugin is on GitHub. Version bumps will still be published here on WordPress.org. You can find the repo at https://github.com/WebDevStudios/custom-post-type-ui. Please file issues, bugs, and enhancement ideas there, when possible.
- Upload the Custom Post Type UI folder to the plugins directory in your WordPress installation
- Activate the plugin
- Navigate to the Custom Post Type UI Menu
That’s it! Now you can easily start creating custom post types and taxonomies in WordPress