Tag Archives: plugins

Theme.fm Weekly Roundup

Theme.fm Weekly Roundup #9 and #10

Unfortunately we missed our Weekly Roundup #9 last Friday, so this one’s going to be a two-week roundup, bringing you the happenings of the past two weeks in the world of WordPress. Permalink Permalink


Post Formats in WordPress

Tumblr-Like Post Formats by Alex King and Crowd Favorite

Alex King from Crowd Favorite has recently posted an article on something they’ve been working on together with the team — a better Admin UI for Post Formats. Alex talks about a plugin that adds a more intuitive and meaningful user interface to post formats in WordPress. Permalink Permalink


Tabs with Settings API in WordPress

How To: Create Tabs with the Settings API in WordPress

WordPress themes and plugins come with quite a lot of features and options these days, and the Settings API does provide a very easy to sectioning method. Sections are good and work out of the box, but if you’ve got more options than your sections can handle, it’s wise enough to split them into different … Permalink


Tweets to WordPress Posts Plugin

Writing a Tweets to WordPress Posts Plugin (Part 2)

In the first part of this tutorial, we covered the WordPress Cron engine, created our own scheduled task that used the WordPress HTTP API to query the Twitter Search API and create new Status posts out of new tweets in the search. Today we’ll talk about some improvements that can be made to the plugin. … Permalink


Attachments Pro for WordPress

WordPress Plugin Giveaway: Attachments Pro

It’s been quite a while since our last plugin giveaway, and we’ve finally stumbled upon a nifty little plugin to get attached to your day. There comes a time in our lives when we require or are required to display some attachments in our WordPress posts. Of course hotlinking from the WordPress Media section or … Permalink


Tweets to WordPress Plugin

Writing a Tweets to WordPress Posts Plugin (Part 1)

There are quite a few plugins out there and this post is not about using them, but rather about creating your own. In this tutorial (which will be divided into several parts) we’ll cover the fundamentals of the WordPress Cron (task scheduling) engine, we’ll query the Twitter API every once in a while to gather … Permalink


macros-in-wordpress

Theme.fm Experiments: Macros in WordPress

We published this video a while ago but didn’t really show it off until today. We do all sorts of experiments here at Theme.fm and based on user feedback we might decide to release a plugin some day ;) This video shows how macros could be used when writing WordPress posts. Permalink Permalink


Twitter Avatars oEmbed

How to: Display Avatars with Twitter Blockquotes for WordPress

We released our Twitter oEmbed plugin for WordPress last month and we’ve been getting quite some positive feedback about that from developers. Today we’re going to show you how to use the plugin’s filters to add the tweet author’s avatar (profile image) to the left of your Twitter quotes. Permalink Permalink


Foobar Notification Plugin

Foobar Notifications Bar Plugin + Competition

Notification bars are unobtrusive status bars, usually spanning over the whole width of the website, stuck to the top of the browser window, with (hopefully) a simple way to get rid of. They are quite useful when it comes to, as their name suggests, notifying the visitor of something or displaying some quick (and hopefully … Permalink


Embedding Tweets in Your WordPress Posts

Embedding Tweets in WordPress with Twitter Blockquotes

Embedding content from third party services like YouTube and Vimeo is not new to WordPress, and we’ve been looking for a simple way to embed tweets from Twitter as well. There are a few interesting plugins in this area, one of which is the Blackbird Pie plugin by Themergency. It’s cool and lovely but trying … Permalink


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