Last week saw the release of PWA+PHP Pro for WordPress, the big brother of PWA+PHP, with advanced functionality like thumbnail caching, integrated comments system and additional shortcodes for more functionality. For the first week, I was manually sending out the code after the requisite donations started rolling in. Hassle. I decided to automate the process [...]
In recent months, having released my first WordPress plugin, I’ve become a huge fan of the WP platform. Plugins creation is straightforward and simple themes are created easily. Due to my newfound adoration, I’ve converted several of my clients to a WordPress backend and decided to make the change on my site as well. Those [...]
I use Picasa Web Albums almost exclusively because Picasa is so darn easy to use and one-click upload to a web gallery is a great perk, but I don’t love the look of PWA so I decided to try and use the API to pull down a list of my public albums for display on [...]
Exponent CMS doesn’t provide a way to display user contact information (from the users table) within an addressbook module and I needed a “users directory” for one of my sites. My query on the Exponent CMS support forum yeilded zero responses after a week, so I wrote a PHP script to sync the data from [...]
Out of the box, Exponent doesn’t provide the ability to track the number of times a particular news story has been read, which is a nice piece of info to display alongside the article. By modifiying one database table and several source files, you too can add this feature to your Exponent CMS based site.