Wordpress plugin

TimThumb Images not loading on Addon / Development Domains on Hostgator

By The Mighty Mo! Design Co. / April 17, 2012 / Comments Off on TimThumb Images not loading on Addon / Development Domains on Hostgator

I ran into an annoying thing today when migrating a site to Hostgator.  It appears that TimThumb does not play nice with Hostgator’s addon/development urls (the ones that begin with an IP address).  It will work fine with yourdomain.com, but it will not work with 123.123.12.12/~username/. I hope this saves someone a headache!

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What WordPress Template File Am I Viewing?

By The Mighty Mo! Design Co. / March 25, 2012 / Comments Off on What WordPress Template File Am I Viewing?

When developing and debugging WordPress themes, I am often in the position of being confused about exactly which php template file is loading on a given page.  To solve this problem, I have created a plugin that displays the path of the current page template file at the top of the page.  It is called,…

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Force Users to Login to View BuddyPress Content

By The Mighty Mo! Design Co. / December 8, 2011 / Comments Off on Force Users to Login to View BuddyPress Content

I have a BuddyPress-based website that I needed to require logins for. There are a number of plugins that force people to login to view content, but I couldn’t find one that forces people to login to see BuddyPress content while leaving all other content public. So, I built this “BuddyPress Force Login” plugin. It…

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Calendar Plugin Update

By The Mighty Mo! Design Co. / October 3, 2011 / Comments Off on Calendar Plugin Update

We are making the best calendar plugin we can fathom.  Adrienne and I have been meeting weekly to check in on each other’s updates in this regard.  Updates this week include: We have a name for the plugin!  It is still top-secret until we get some branding done, but rest assured, it will be cowboy-tastic!…

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How to Enable Features in an Existing WordPress Custom Post Type

By The Mighty Mo! Design Co. / September 28, 2011 /

I was working on a slideshow tonight in a custom WordPress theme and wanted to use Meteor Slides. The only problem is that Meteor Slides does not come with the post editor enabled. So, I used the “add_post_type_support()” function to enable it: And whallah! Now Meteor Slides supports the post editor! Note: Make sure to…

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