Strip Extra ImageScaler Attribute from Plugin-Generated Code

I am using the ImageScaler plugin for WordPress on a project, and I like what it does, but it adds a non-standards-compliant attribute to images, such as: <img class=”" src=”http://www.example.com/imagescaler/generated-image.jpg” alt=”Example” width=”258″ height=”234″ imagescaler=”http://www.example.com/imagescaler/original-image.jpg” /> To strip imagescaler’s imagescaler attribute, add the following into your functions.php file: add_filter(‘the_content’, ‘strip_imagescaler’); function strip_imagescaler($content) { $content = preg_replace(‘/imagescaler=”(.*?)”.?/s’,”, […]

Rich Text Tag, Category, and Taxonomy Descriptions for WordPress

Taxonomies, baby!

Rich Text Tags Plugin on WordPress.org The Rich Text Tags plugin allows you to use the WYSIWYG TinyMCE text editor (the WordPress default editor) while editing Categories, Tags, and taxonomies (custom categorization created by the Yoast Simple Taxonomies plugin).

Simple Taxonomies Formatting — Improve the Plugin's Code Output

Making the Simple Taxonomies WordPress Plugin Semantic

I’ve been using Joost de Valk’s Simple Taxonomies plugin for a couple of projects, and I’ve been very disappointed by the formatting of the terms output code. When configuring the plugin, you have the option of choosing “Add terms to the end of posts” or “Add terms to the end of excerpts.” If you do, […]

Contact Form 7 Modules – A Plugin

Check out our Contact Form 7 Newsletter Plugin Easily add Contact Form 7 form submissions to a newsletter list!  Check it out today. Download the Contact Form 7 Modules plugin from WordPress.org Add hidden fields to Contact Form 7 I love the Contact Form 7 plugin, and use it for many of my projects…but one […]

How to Tell if Your WordPress Widget is Active

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Ever wonder if your widget is activated on an external site? Here’s how to find out. When you register a sidebar widget, you use code like this: register_sidebar_widget(array(‘Name of Widget’, ‘class-of-widget’), ‘widget_function’); If you want to check whether the widget is activated (you may want to for a variety of reasons), you can do it […]