This is the “Things might be a mess around here, but I’m still working release” for WP Super Edit 2.4.7. There are no new features or major changes for this release. This update should fix a couple of issues.
- Migrate from depreciated WordPress functions.
- Update included TinyMCE plugins to TInyMCE 3.5.8
You are welcome to contact me about current issues, or leave a comment here. I am incredibly busy, but I hope to try to keep up with issues as much as I can.
Just posting some modifications made to get the BP Registration Options 3.0.3 plugin working with WordPress 3.2-trunk and BuddyPress 1.3-trunk that I needed for a current project. This was only tested on a WordPress multi-site network with BuddyPress and using sub-domain mapping, so my modifications may not fix everything for you. I also did not build in any backwards compatibility or test with BuddyPress 1.2.8. Here are my notes.
- I got the menus added to the WordPress multi-site “Network” menu.
- Removed the global $iprefix and went with $wpdb->base_prefix to set the database prefixes instead. Not really necessary, but cleaner and possibly more appropriate.
- Created the pbrwg_get_loaded_components() function to replace $bp->root_components since I think it’s depreciated. The pbrwg_get_loaded_components() uses the $bp->pages objects to build an array with the component name as the key and the slug as the value. This should replace some URL parsing since $bp->current_component can be used instead of trying to figure out the URL to component relationship.
- Changed the ‘bp_core_activate_account’ action for ‘bp_members_activated_user’ and passed through the user-ID.
- Changed a few values from string to INT where possibly appropriate.
Stopped myself, but probably could have done some isset() and empty() in a few places. I didn’t want to rewrite the whole plugin because I’m expecting this will improve as BuddyPress gets updated, and I don’t want to merge a massive change back into the current project using this plugin. BP Registration Options has a nice simple premise, but just needs a little code simplification love (not that my_overly_verbose_ass can do any better).
All the changes are in this package: BP Registration Options 3.0.3 with Fixes for BuddyPress 1.3 (zip)
Hi there! If you came here from a Twitter post, then you actually participated in testing these screwball modifications.
I thought I would try a couple of modifications to a couple of WordPress Plugins to add some personalization to the way posts are sent to Twitter. These modifications require the Twitter Tools WordPress Plugin and the Synected WordPress Plugin to be installed and activated on your WordPress 2.7 website. You may have to make some additional modifications if your website configuration is different from mine. Continue reading “WordPress and Twitter Tools with Synected”