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Embeds all albums from a facebook page into a wordpress page. Simply drop the shortcode and have all albums displayed automatically

Manage your wordpress photo gallery via your facebook page.
Add a photo or album to your facebook page, and have this automatically reflected on your website!

Other plugins require you to specify album id numbers to embed. This requires updating your site each time you add a new album! Use this plugin to AUTOMATICALLY embed new albums and photographs directly to your photo gallery inside wordpress.

Also works with lightbox to create lightbox effect around your facebook images while never leaving your website!

 

-In Final Development- -Coming Soon to the WP repository!-

 

Lock All Subscribers Out Of The Dashboard!

Redirect Profile.php To Buddypress Profile!

Force Your Buddypress Users To Use The BP Profile Pages!

!FIND OUT MORE!

 

Want to use a WordPress plugins shorttag inside your template files?

Use this nifty php snippet to call the shorttag properly!

So, I know that many of you use shorttags for plugins, simply drop the short-tag onto a post or page and voila! the plugin function is included.

Some times you just want to paste a plugins short-tag directly into your wordpress template files.. If you have tried this before you’ll notice that it simply outputs the shorttag, and nothing is included..

IF however, you want that plugin function to be called somewhere else, like in your template files themselves, then you must use a php snippet to call the shorttag.

So, Use this code to call short tags/ short codes in your themes template files:

{code type=php}<?php echo do_shortcode(“[your-shorttag]”); ?>{/code}

This will simply run the plugins shortag in your template files as if it was a real wordpress engine short code

 

Download The Dashboard CMS Plugin For WP2.9+, WPMU2.9+, and Wordpres 3I really like the Dashboard Content Management Plugin. Personally I have it auto activated on my wpmu2.9 sites and network activated on my wp3 installs. its big easy buttons really make the dashboard friendly for my clients.

Problem is its not wp3 compatible! ..Until now!

So I decided to update the Dashboard CMS Plugin for WP3 and legacy compatibility. So this plugin will handle WP2.9+, WPMU2.9, and WordPress 3! Enjoy!

*note: I found a wp3 version that does user privilege checks before showing each button. but this version was legacy unfriendly, so i merged the two files together using get_version().

So this version is 2.9 and 3 compatible, and it checks the users level to determine if it should display each button!

 

Are you trying to customize your WordPress Dashboard across ALL wpmu or wp3 Multi-Site blog networks?

I customize the Dashboard sitewide on all my wordpress Mu or wp3 blog network sites. There is nothing like having a new blog created and having the dashboard configured how you want without needing any tweaking or attention!

So I’ve looked for a plugin or snippet that will remove all the default wordpress dash widgets (site wide) without error and came up empty handed…

– Most of the Plugin Solutions are on a per-blog basis, which is fine if you don’t mind customizing EACH site on your network. But if your like me, you want it to look the way you want right from blog creation.

– Most of the code snippet solutions are really old and out of date. for instance the recent drafts widget is not a ‘normal’ meta box, it is a ‘side’ meta box, and quit a few scripts and plugins have gotten this wrong, meaning the recent drafts widget presists!

So I found white label CMS and got really excited. It looks like it should do exactly what I want. EXCEPT it has to be configured for each site on the multi-site network! thats a deal breaker for me…

Best Solution is the Incsub remove dashboard widgets. problem is, it doesn’t remove ALL widgets. So I have updated it to remove them all. Not only that, but its WP2.9 AND WP3 Compatible

Why would you want this? Well, say you combined this with the  ‘New Blog Defaults’ plugin , ‘Admin Menu Editor’ plugin, &  ‘Dashboard CMS’ plugin; You’d have a completely configured backend for your clients, ON deployment!

Check It Out!

 

Plugin Management vs Plugin Commander, With WordPress MU Or Multi-Site


Plugin Management is far superior to Plugin Commander,

– The Problem is, Plugin Management is not WordPress 3 compatible.. Until Now!

So, I was recently working on a clients site. They were using the new wp3 and total commander. I prefer the wpmu dev teams plugin management plugin as I can disable a user from being able to activate a certain plugin.

Download the Updated Plugin Management Zip Now

So this client had a plugin that allowed php to be accepted in text widgets. now this is obviously a large security hole, and should only be available to the super admin (i.e Me). But with wp3, or plugin commander, you cant disable it from the plugin menu! A sub-blog administrator can go to the plugins menu and choose to enable the php widget! BIG problem. So I looked on different threads and found the only advice was ‘disable the plugin menu’, but what if you want your users to be able to enable certain plugins but not others? my users can enable facebook connect, nextgen gallery, twitter connect, etc, etc, but cannot enable any php allowed widgets, or any other unsecure plugins because i am using plugin mangement on wp3!

If this is exciting to you its because the wpmu team says ‘its difficult to find time for things that are free..’ meaning they havnt updated the plugin for wp3 yet. So, i went ahead and did it myself.

basically, wpmu-admin.php was replaced with ms-admin.php. So i made some minor corrections to the php, and voila! WP3 Compatible Plugin Management Plugin!

To Install:

Add the .php to /wp-content/mu-plugins/


IMPORTANT! Requires:

WP 3+

Use the Older Version for anything under wordpress 3.0