category: wordpress

02
SEP
2008

I upgraded my main blog to version 2.7.x so I can continue to help the process in development of this line. I would have to say that it worked fine from 2.6.1 that I had installed. All the plugins I do have installed seem to be working fine including my custom theme. One thing that was not tested during my upgrade was the database changes for the gallery feature.

That will be tested in time though before it’s committed to the trunk.

01
SEP
2008

I don’t know how many of you check out the svn trunk for WordPress, but I just got it installed so I can convert the new “gallery” feature (confirmed new feature!) I created to the 2.7.x line and let me tell you that the admin interface is freaking sweet. It’s very nicely laid out. I will post screenshots up soon so you don’t have to install the development files just to see it.

Update: Weblob Tools Collection posted a preview of 2.7 in a post. No mention of my updated gallery feature, but there are so many changes in 2.7.x I doubt he even knew it was coming.

31
AUG
2008

As I told you about ~ two weeks ago, I updated the base code of WordPress to allow multiple gallery support making myself do:

[ gallery group=”2″ ]

… and it would show just the items in group 2. I also made it so I can designate items that I didn’t want part of the gallery system. So images could still be posted by themselves and also have a gallery that would show the items in that gallery. The default functionally of WordPress does not allow this so I had to dig deep into the WordPress code to do this. Now I am basing all this code of 2.6.1 and will be submitting it to the WordPress team for them to work on more and make it more efficient.

read more ‘Sort your Multiple Gallery just by Dragging the Items

Well after a few weeks of testing the 1.2.1 release, we have gone ahead and released 1.3. By now most of you who have the Woopra plugin should already have this installed, but I am glad to have helped out Elie and the rest of the Woopra team.

I have also become a moderator of the Woopra support forums as I know the Woopra system inside and out like Elie. I am proud to be a full member of the team. If you don’t have a Woopra enabled website signed up, sign up today and get the best Live Analytics program out there!

26
AUG
2008

All the pictures that I took over the past 4 days have been posted in the days that mattered. While I was doing the “gallery’ I even updated WordPress functionally so I didn’t have to install a plugin just to have different galleries. That’s beside the point right now. Go back to the posts using the series box at the top of this post.

I did not do any editing of the pictures, so they are in there original form and size, which is huge. Most of them are 1.5mb to 2mb in size. All of them were taking with my Canon D-60 Camera.

Enjoy!

16
AUG
2008

I been working with Elie, the main programmer of Woopra, ever since the initial release in different aspects of the program. Testing theĀ  Java App, Javascript Chat, PHP/XML coding, general “previewer”, and coding buddy. With the 1.2 of the Java Application already released, some new features including access the new Woopra API become available as of today.

read more ‘A Mini-Woopra App for your WordPress Install