Compressing all PNG images across all Wordpress posts and pages might be cumbersome. However, plugins for bulk compression are usually not entirely free; they only allow to compress a limited number of images for free. Instead, downloading all PNG images, compressing them locally and adding a simple filter for
the_content also gets the job done.
In the last few days I took some time to revisit some of my CMSimple plugins: News, a news article and blog plugin, Pictures, an image gallery plugin, YouTube, a plugin to create YouTube galleries, and BBClone, a plugin for web analytics with BBClone. In this article, I want to present the main features, the updated documentation as well as two demo applications to try out the plugins.
This article presents a very simple jQuery plugin and the corresponding Wordpress plugin allowing to easily create and reference labels in a LaTeX-style fashion.
This article presents a Kohana demo application demonstrating the compatibility and use of several Kohana modules I wrote in the course of the last few years. The application is compatible to Kohana 3.3.6, 3.2 and 3.1 and available on GitHub and among others includes Kohana Red, an authentication module, Kohana Green, an access control module, and Gaps, a form generation and validation module.
In this article I want to present two (very) simple Wordpress Plugins used on my personal page. Wordpress User Biography is used to enable authors add regular status messages, so called “Biography Parts”. In contrast, Wordpress Github allows to easily include the latest commits and releases of GitHub repositories using shortcodes.