Project: My WordPress Plugin shantz-wp-qotd updated to version 1.2.2

Updated my WordPress plugin shantz-wp-qotd to version 1.2.2 today.

Introduction: Shantz WP QOTD is a plugin to add quotes to your wordpress blog in a few easy clicks. It adds quotes to your posts and your sidebars with a multitude of options for sources and customization.


Version 1.2.2

  • Fixed a bug because of which quotes were blank some times. Thanks to Thom for reporting it.

Project: shantz-wp-qotd Updated and shantz-wp-prefix-suffix released

I updated my wordpress plugin shantz-wp-qotd. (A feature rich, customizable wordpress quotes plugin) today to version 1.2.0. The new version has the following changes:

  • Added option to exclude pages from displaying quotes

  • Fixed a bug that quotes source selection checkboxes always remain checked after updating settings.

  • Cosmetic: Fixed a few spelling mistakes :)

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Project: "shantz-wp-qotd ", My Wordpress Plugin, Updated to 1.1.0

For the uninitiated: I made a few additions / modifications to the code and the plugin has been updated to 1.1.0. The changes are: Added Custom tag support for adding quotes anywhere in your posts/pages Added Custom quote separator support and multi-line quotes support Config Screenshots: I recommend that you update to this new version asap, as apart from the above mentioned changes, the code is a bit more cleaner as well, which would run a bit better IMO and also help in any modification if you have in mind. [Read More]

My First WordPress Plugin: Please Welcome shantz-wp-qotd

Motivated by Ronald’s ultimate wordpress plugin tutorial at devlounge, I decided that the best way to learn something is to use it in a live project. Armed with my laptop and multiple flasks of coffee, the marathon began on Friday night. My only experience with web-related development so far had been around 8–10 years ago as a kid when, just like everybody else at that time, I was fascinated by HTML and did a “read-through” of HTML 4. [Read More]