jQuery plugin collection
Show plugin information
Similar to some other plugins that show plugin info, but more comprehensive, allowing you to format plugin fields as you wish with a form or container, and offering display of help text & source code, even specific chunks of source code.
Takes the public website offline with a custom message and shows a warning in the admin interface
This plugin is a modified version of rvm_maintenance. It allows you to take the entire public website offline for maintenance in a few clicks. Anyone attempting to access the public part of the website will then see in the default HTTP 503 Textpattern error template instead, including a custom message of your choice. A warning message will be shown in the admin interface as long as the website is in maintenance mode.
Allows custom, ad-hoc queries to be made to the database and each row parsed by a form.
Talk to the database directly via SQL. Plug a query in and use a form or container to iterate over the returned rows. Supports article, file and link mode processing as well as
<txp:variable /> and URL variables.
Conditional Host Name Plugin
This plugin is meant to help those who do Textpattern development on localhost or a subdomain. Sometimes you’ll want to do one thing on the in-development site, and another on the “live” site. The conditional tag provided by aam_if_host lets you do exactly that.
A maintenance mode for Textpattern
Display a plugin's "help" contents
The tsw_help_display plugin is a simple plugin to display the help contents of a specified plugin that is installed in your Textpattern system.
tsw_help_display is aimed at plugin developers who want to display their plugin help contents on their web site without the hassle of having to keep both the web site and the actual plugin...
Find changes you made to installed plugins
Have you ever edited any of the plugins you have installed? If so, then rvm_plugin_diff is meant for you.
This plugin helps you do the following:
- Find the changes you made (color diff, inspired by dev.textpattern.com).
- Download the changes in unified diff format (a patch which can be sent to the plugin developer).
- View the plugin code with line numbers at the beginning of each line, so you can find errors easier.
create, edit, export, import plugins in the admin panel
Create new plugins right in the admin interface and edit any plugin data; List and edit files in plugin_cache_dir; Publish your plugins; Export plugins from database to .php and back.
- Create new plugins right in the admin interface
- Edit any plugin data
- List and edit files in...
Content negotiation for XHTML documents depending on the browser