It’s been a while since we shared a link here on Theme.fm, so here’s a good one we recently came across: Optimizing wp_options for Speed by Dave from Pressjitsu, highlights some pretty important insights — things developers and WordPress power-users should care about. Hope you enjoy it! Permalink
We have a big update for you! New version of Stella, our WordPress multi-language plugin just been released.
- Stella now works with WordPress installed in subdirectories
- Compatiblity with Widgetkit and Visual Composer plugins
- Optional language switcher in navigation menu
- Some changes in API:
- stella_translate_filter function
- stella_localize_taxonomies function
- stella_menu_language_switcher_item_html filter
- Multi-post-thumbnail plugin as module. Stella does not load this module if plugin already installed.
- content_url() & includes_url() instead hardcoded ‘wp-content’, ‘wp-includes’
- Options page language selection fix
Also, checkout our free addon: Stella metabox i18n.
Note that plugin requires to use Custom Metabox API
Thanks for using our product and have a nice theme!
It’s been a long time, folks! We’ve been carefully reading your feedback and thinking through your suggestions. We loved the idea of a SEO localization extension – thanks a lot Spencer, your idea is great, check your email ;) Meet Stella Addon for “SEO by Yoast”! It’s our brand new extension for Stella localization plugin for WordPress, which allows you to use your own SEO titles for translated wesbite versions. Permalink
Hi, today we will be working on custom strings localization. You will be able to localize your links, image urls, widget titles or another text information on your site. Permalink
Good news, everyone! We’re rolling out the new version of Stella localization plugin for WordPress. We’ve fixed some issues, basing on your feedback, and added new features to the API, so now you can make Stella even more flexible! See what’s new after the break Permalink
I’m continuing to tell you about Stella API. Today we will be looking at post thumbnails. Permalink
We are working on Stella plugin custom localizations API. In these series of posts I want to tell what you can do with this API. Permalink
Happy weekend, everyone! We got new updates for WPMU Bar and Stella! And from now on you can try Stella – it now has it’s own Demo-Stage!
Stella just got it’s own demo stage
The part we like the most is a Demo Stage for Stella – our multilingual content management and localization WordPress plugin. Our readers asked for it, so we are rolling out demo stand v. 1.0. We will improve it basing on your feedback – please, leave your comments! You can see what it looks like and play with it a bit by logging in (user: demo / pass: stella). By the way, the demo stage uses full version of Stella. Permalink
After we learned how to create new roles and played with users’ capabilities, I’d like to tell you about the user area. This is a place on the website, available to blog users or customers only. Imagine that we need an online shop, where a registered user can download your price list or you need to display your custom information to various users, there could be dozens of different scenarios. This features makes your website more user friendly, with additional options. By the way, we already had a similar project and I well, it was really interesting to work on it. So without further do – let’s start! Permalink
Among all, WordPress Dashboard shows most recent updates and activity at your website. It’s nice to have useful things at hand, so let’s expand this functionality a little and create a custom widget for the WordPress Dashboard. Permalink