Temporarily override global preference
This is a tiny little Textpattern plugin that let’s you temporarily override site preferences in templates. This is useful if perhaps you want to slightly alter the global behaviour of articles or comments (for example) in a particular section. The preference is not altered in the database, just in the template.
Quickly pull articles out of the page flow and show them on the home/landing pages
Pimp articles on your front / landing pages without fuss. Click the article(s), assign optional label/description text and hit Save. Plugin tags then allow you to show the articles out of their normal context — usually on your home page.
Partial caching web pages
Caching all inside
<txp:aks_cache id="unique block id"> Any content with TxP tags
- Cache some menu elements; recent articles list; last added articles list; any popular lists.
- Cache site...
Display your formatted Twitter feed on your Textpattern site
CKEditor WYSIWYG editor for TXP
A very basic version of the plugin. It loads the CKEditor into the body and excerpt textareas on the Write tab. As of version 0.1 the full editor is loaded and no customization of it is possible without editing the plugin.
Admin-side plugin to control Managed Links date
Once the plugin is enabled, the Content | Links edit form will offer Date and Time fields like those of the Content | Write form. The original Date/Time will be NOW for new links. Change that as you please, and when you save, an additional update query is run to apply the timestamp to the link.
Since dub_if_ajax is no longer up for grabs: here’s jdw_if_ajax .
This plugin is based off dub_if_ajax (no longer available) by Jamie Wilkinson. It uses the x-requested-with header to deliver different content to Ajax calls.
Addition of a new tag: jdw_if_not_ajax.
jdw_if_ajaxContainer tag. When the...
subscribe to articles comments
glg_subscribe_comments allows your visitors to subscribe to the discussion of an article.
It add a checkbox below the comment form. If the visitor check it when he comments, he will receive a notification every time a new comment is posted.
The plugin works well if you have the moderate_comments preference...
Split and repeat. Build list, sort values.
Split, loop and repeat a value by value. With this Textpattern plugin, you can turn a simple list of values into advanced HTML output and lists. Split markup half, and represent halves in different places on the page.