More recently I’ve switched to ESlint. It seems to identify more issues and formatting problems than before, is easy to configure, and is also extensible.
I’m gradually tweaking an ESlint configuration file that somewhat matches the WordPress coding standards (with some of my own amendments), and thought I’d release it here:
It’s not perfect yet by any means, so make of it what you can. Hopefully it will improve with time.
Noticed this on the Redirection plugin page:
That’s over a million downloads. Crazy.
I’ve been tidying the plugin up a bit in 2.2.14, with the aim of simplifying things in 2.3 (available from SVN trunk). Give it a test if you have the time.
14.7% of the top million websites in the world, up from 8.5%, and the latest data show 22 out of every 100 new active domains in the US are running WordPress.Matt Mullenweg, 2011
That’s quite some reach! Better get a few of those plugins updated…
Another small plugin, this one renames media files that have been uploaded through WordPress. Although you can rename the title of an image, the underlying file still has the original filename (
IMG_1234.jpg, for example). This plugin ensures that the filename changes along with the title.
Rename Media plugin.
One of the widgets that I’ve had running on this blog since before widgets existed (in WordPress land, anyway) is an ‘extended comments’ area. This is similar to the default comments widget, but shows more detail.
I’ve packaged it up and made it available in the WordPress.org plugin directory, naturally called Extended Comments Widget.
Following on from updating some of my older plugins, there are some updates to HTML Purified:
- PHP5 only
- Update to HTML Purifier 4.2.0
- Add German
- Add Dutch
Also AJAX Calendar gets an update:
- WordPress 2.9+ only
- No external JS or CSS needed
- Fixes category issues
So my second plugin update in a week, quite a record this year! This time it’s one of the oldest plugins on this site (the readme.txt file said it worked on WordPress 1.3) – PageView.
Enough people were still writing in, all asking the same question – can I make it borderless. Now you can. The plugin has taken a leap into 3.0 and uses the shortcode API, and strips out the stuff that wasn’t being used, while adding a bunch more flexibility.