Plugins Updated For WordPress 4.2

WordPress With the update of WordPress to version 4.2 I have re-tested all of my plugins against this version and updated the tested against version number accordingly.

All azurecurve plugins are working against WordPress 4.2 and are available for download from the WordPress.org Plugin Directory.

azurecurve Multisite Favicon 1.0.0 Released

My fifth plugin has just been published via the WordPress.org Plugins Directory; the Multisite Favicon allows each site in a multisite network have a separate favicon.

This plugin is multi-site compatible and allows a network default icon to be set via the Network Admin area while each site in the network can set their own favicon which can be stored in a site specific folder if necessary.

The Multisite Favicon plugin is now available for download on WordPress.org.

azurecurve Floating Featured Image v1.0.0 Released

I have just had a fourth plugin published via the WordPress.org Plugins Directory; this one is a Floating Featured Image.

This plugin displays a floating image in the top right of a post or page using a custom featured-image Shortcode; this plugin supports a default image with defaults for hyperlink, alt and title which are all maintainable through a Admin Settings page.

Series Index plugin settings

There is a range of floating image default options to configure for the plugin which can be set via an options page in the WordPress Admin panel.

The plugin is now available for download on WordPress.org.

azurecurve Toggle Show/Hide 1.0.0 Released

I have just had a third plugin published via the WordPress.org Plugins Directory; this one is a toggle to show and hide sections of content.

This plugin is multi-site compatible and and the shortcode can be used on posts and pages; title text for the toggle can be set using the title attribute.

The plugin is now available for download on WordPress.org.

azurecurve Series Index 1.0.0 Released

I have just had a second plugin published via the WordPress.org Plugins Directory; this one is a series index.

This plugin displays a series index using a custom series-index Shortcode. This plugin is multi-site compatible and contains an inbuilt show/hide toggle. The shortcode can be used on posts and pages; the format of the index and other options are user configurable through an Admin page.

Two custom fields (Series and Series Position) need to be added to each post in the series; these fields are used for selecting the posts and ordering them when the index is displayed.

Series Index plugin settings

There is a full range of options to configure the plugin for use which can be set via an options page in the WordPress Admin panel.

The plugin is now available for download on WordPress.org.

azurecurve Posts Archive Released

I recently created a WordPress archive of my Twitter posts using the plugin and theme from Ozh.

Part of the theme was a sidebar posts archive which I quite liked the look of and have now extracted and turned into a WordPress plugin so I can use it on any site (including this one):

azurecurve Posts Archive

Check out the archive in action in the sidebar to the right below the Calendar and above the Categories list.

The plugin also has a shortcode which can be used to add the posts archive to a page (which you can see here.

The plugin is now available for download on WordPress.org.