I know it’s just a week since I released the previous version of YouTube SimpleGallery, but feedback and suggestions keep pouring in from the users. And I think some of them are so good, I have to implement them immediately – and when they work out, I just can’t wait to release a new version. Sorry! So here it is; YouTube SimpleGallery 1.5 with a small batch of user requested features. Continue reading
I’ve just released v1.3 of the YouTube SimpleGallery. The new release is mainly bugfixes; both pertaining to changes in the way WordPress auto-embeds media-URLs and to how YouTube has changed it’s embedding-form (from object to iFrame). Hopefully this will eliminate broken thumbnails and blank Thickboxes which several users have reported in the last weeks.
Getting annoyed with the «Comments are closed»-message on Posts and Pages where you have shut off the comment option? It’s easy to remove. Here’s how:
I’ve just released a new WP-plugin: WP Global Screen Options. It’s a simple little plug that lets Administrators set global «Screen Options» for all users of a WP-site (both existing and new ones) when adding/editing Posts and Pages and/or on the Dashboard – with an option to hide the «Screen Options»-tab if necessary.
Wow! It’s been seven months since the last update of the YouTube SimpleGallery plugin. A lot has happened since then, not the least the release of WordPress 3.0. Since its first release in December 2009 the plug has been downloaded almost 3.500 times! Lately I’ve been getting a lot of e-mails with bugs – and I really appreciate that, keep it up! – especially about broken thumbnails, and sometimes about problems with Thickbox.
Ever had parallel boxes on a website you’re developing, and wanted them to have the same height, but still wanting them to have dynamic height, i.e. not having to lock them to a certain height in the CSS? I certainly have, and it’s usually difficult. But jQuery provides a simple sollution!
I often use jQuery in the Themes and, without exception, in all the Plugins I write. You can easilly add jQuery to any HTML-document by simply linking to Googles jQuery-script, but this is not always without problems, especially if your sites employs several libraries.