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This plugin is for administrators who joined Project Honey Pot to fight comment spammers and e-mail harvesters by installing honey pots (traps). Adding a honey pot to posts / pages requires a special invisible link being inserted into post's / page's content. This can be done manually by pasting the code of this link into posts / pages. It is not a big deal with new posts but on existing installations with thousands of posts and pages it is a nightmare. The plugin automates the process providing bulk addition of honey pots to existing posts / pages ( bulk removal is provided also ). It inserts the link's code ( if the code does not exist already ) to the content when you publish or update a post as well. Click on a link above this post to see the plugin in WordPress repository.
Next release of the plugin had been introduced today. It adds support for WP 3.3 pointers and has some minor bugs fixed.
Another release of the plugin had been introduced today. It adds support for WP 3.3 pointers and has some minor bugs fixed.
Minor update to FPW Post Instructions plugin had been released. It fixes issues with PHP notices about uninitialized $_POST indexes and fixes support links due to changes to permalinks at fw2s.com.
Minor update to FPW Category Thumbnails plugin had been released. It fixes issues with PHP notices about uninitialized $_POST indexes and fixes support links due to changes to permalinks at fw2s.com.
New version 1.4.6 of the plugin had been released today.
New feature requested by one of users has been implemented. Now you can assign authors' pictures to the category. How does it work? If you assign Author as an image id to the category then post / page author's picture will be used as a thumbnail. If you have multiple authors posting in that category these posts will have their respective authors' pictures displayed as thumbnails.
These are requirements for this feature to work:
- authors' pictures must reside in either media library or NextGen gallery ( gallery name must be authors )
- authors' pictures file names in media library must follow this naming convention: author_id.jpg where id is author's user id ( example: author_12.jpg )
- authors' pictures file names in NextGen gallery must follow this naming convention: id.jpg where id is author's user id ( example: 12.jpg )
New version of FPW Post Instructions had been released today. It added missing translation strings and includes Polish translation.
Version 1.4.5 of the plugin, fixing translation issues, had been released today. Polish translation included.
This release changed the way of thumbnail assignment to make it 100% predictable which thumbnail will be displayed in case of multiple categories being selected for the post. (more…)