Yes, this page is embarassingly hideous. I wrote it in about 1996, I think, and have not updated the code or anything else about it other than providing links to new items below. Have had other priorities. Sorry for the assault on your senses and sensibilities! At least it doesn't use <BLINK>, <MARQUEE> or an animated background GIF...
Description: Add comments-style autolinking of URLs, and other effects, to posts & excerpts too. Compatible with either a) the Link Truncator plugin by itself or b) the Blank Target Comments plugin by itself, or - recommendend - c) LT installed with the Comment Link Target Blanker plugin (a BTC replacement). LT & BTC are mutually incompatible; get CLTB if you want the functionality of both. Also compatible with the Time Since plugin. With none of these extra plugins, all AMPE does is make WP's own comments autolink feature work on posts too. Only tested in WP 2.0.
This plugin will add
target="_blank" to URLs in comments so they open in new windows. It is simply a bug-fixed clone of the most important feature of the Blank Target Comments plugin but which, unlike BTC, is compatible with (and detects) the Link Truncator plugin, and generates valid markup under WP2. Intended especially to be run in conjunction with the AutoLink & More in Posts & Excerpts plugin. Unlike BTC, it does not mess with comment author URL targets/nofollows (features of BTC that I don't find useful). Only tested on WP 2.0.
Monitors for WordPress version updates and displays version info in the admin screen. Also compatible with WP-Dash plugin (you will find a new dashboard widget which displays the update message.) This is a kluge of P. Westwood's original PJW Wordpress Version Check, to get rid of the HUGE font and blinking text. Also adds compatibility with Motivational Quotes and Hello Dolly plugins (by moving their text; any H.D.-based plugin can be easily added). Allegedly compatible with WP Tiger Admin (not tested by me). Only tested in WP 2.0. CSS twiddling probably required for WP 1.x.
Displays a WordPress.com-like navigation bar above the public blog pages, but only for logged-in users who have sufficient Role privileges. Provides direct access to Dashboard, Write Post, Edit Posts (with dropdown menu to select post to edit), Awaiting Moderation, My Profile, and other functions appropriate to the current blog page, without having to manually go into the admin area. Also says which user you are, and provides a quick logout button, just like top of real WP admin pages. This is a kluge of S. Erard's original DashBar 1.1, to make it more user-role selective (esp. for blogs that require ALL users to login to post comments, but give them no other Role capabilities; such users don't get the DashBar now), and to be more consistent with WP's own admin interface. Only tested in WP 2.0. Allegedly compatible with WP 1.5.
Just what it says. Uses convoluted hoops of gibberish variables (which
you can alter with
simple search-replace) to add an extra layer to typical e-mail address
obfuscation techniques (which the script uses in randomly mixed order),
to fool even the hardiest spam harvester bots that work on source code.
Please note that the rendered result will still be legible, and
there are some harvesters that read the rendered code rather than the source,
so this script is not a magic bullet. It is for those who insist on
a copy-pasteable e-mail address appear on a web page (as opposed to a
graphical replacement, a contact form, etc.)
For the Mac version of Eudora ONLY, this plugin replaces virtually all
third-party plugins. It gives you ten additional panes
under Settings (Preferences), with many, many options from should've-been-obvious to really, really geeky, and totally replaces all of the various conflicting third-party plugins that used to try to provide such features. See the included ReadMe file for install instructions.
Requires: Mac OS 8, 9 or X; Eudora Pro or Lite, ver. 3(?), 4, 5 or 6.
PPPColorMenu: A quick hack to Apple's PPP.menu and
PPPoE.menu, that makes online/offline status much more easily visible.
The menu icon shows up in green for online and red for offline, instead
of black for online and black with slightly greyed out "connection dots"
for offline. Also included are a rather "goth" variant
(purple = on, blood-red = off), and a high-contrast
version (black = on, all greyed out = off) for the
red-green colorblind or anyone with a greyscale monitor.
Requires: MacOS X (tested on 10.3.5-10.3.9; should work on any version.) Freeware
The missing manpage for daemonic, the Fink-supplied utility for
managing startup daemons (server applications). If you are using Fink to
replace any Apple-supplied stuff like Apache, you need to disable the
Apple version of the service, then use daemonic to enable the Fink
version. Daemonic had no man page, so I wrote one for it.
To install: Simply move the .gz file into /usr/local/share/man/man8 (create this directory if necessary). If you can't see the man page after that, either adjust your MANPATH environment variable to include /usr/local/share/man or move the .gz file to /usr/share/man instead.
This new version has a great deal of new troubleshooting information included.