A few weekend links:
- Design Quotations.
- Configuring Plesk DNS.
- Tornado office tour.
- Universal Widget API.
- Social Media Club – Phoenix.
- BoonEx Community Site Software.
- SimpleBits SimpleQuiz’s.
- Flash Workaround Hack for MySpace.
- Hotspotr – Free wifi finder
- Lighthouse App.
- Midnight Inbox.
- Snow Waves.
- Best and Worst Decisions (Part 1)
- IRA Calculator.
- sIFR Showcase.
- The Ground Sloth.
- Speed up page loads.
- Subdomains & Google.
- Pipelining: Speeding up site load times.
- HIPAA Simplified: It’s not *that* bad.
- Pligg CMS.
- MajikWidget – Widgets for Blogs.
- WordPress ‘Category Visibility’ Plugin (allows you to hide posts on a blog that reside in a category).
- MacBook Tray Tool – Drivers for keyboard backlight and sensors of your MacBook / Pro
3 responses to “Chris’ Weekend Links – March 3rd”
The Category Visibility Plugin for WordPress is awesome! He has a beta version that adds a reverse logic features, so if you tag something with one category that hides the post from the front page and one category that does not, the post will not show on the front page (currently if your post has any category that allows it on the front page, then it will show regardless of whether or not there is a category that is hidden from the front page). The only issue is that either my version of PHP or MySql is not compatible because I was able to get the plugin to work on my local machine, but not on my hosted blog… bummer!!
That plugin for category visibility was the perfect solution for a client that basically wants to run a news section but not have two installations of WP.
I completely agree! I’m using a rather fussy solution to run my blog and an “off-topic” blog but the code behind it all makes you post an off-topic post between every two non off-topic posts and it becomes a pain. I haven’t had time to troubleshoot why the plugin works locally but not on my blog, but *hopefully* it’s not a difficult fix.