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Admin Customizer WordPress Plugin

Admin Customizer is a WordPress plugin which allows you to customize admin interface of your WordPress site. Several options are available in a single plugin.

Features

  • Change logo in admin header
  • Hide update nagging bar
  • Replace ‘Howdy’ with your own text
  • Rearrange Logout menu
  • Confirmation on Logout
  • Set maximum number of columns in Dashboard
  • Hide WordPress Default Dashboard widgets
  • Add new custom widget in Dashboard
  • Hide or customize admin footer
  • Change logo in Login page
  • Set maximum number of Revisions
  • Change Default Email address and Name for sending emails
  • Remove Default User Contact methods

Plugin Download : Plugin Download
Installation : Installation

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Source Affix WordPress Plugin

This is right plugin for you if you want to add source link to your post. It adds separate meta box for the input of source text. You have to put each source in separate line. You can use this feature to any Post or Page. Even more, it also supports custom post type. Several plugin settings are also available. You can show sources in comma separated form or in an unordered list. You can append or prepend source to the content.

Plugin Settings Page
Plugin Settings Page
Source Metabox
Source Metabox

Download page : Download plugin from WordPress.org
Installation : Installation Instruction

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Date Today Nepali WordPress Plugin

Date Today Nepali is a small WordPress plugin for displaying Nepali date in your website. This plugin converts current date to BS (Bikram Sambat) and displays in the widget. You can either display it in English or Nepali language. Several date formats are available.
This plugin uses Nepali-English Date conversion PHP class for date conversion.

Download page : Download
Installation : Installation

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Getting Started with Pods framework in WordPress [Beginner Tutorial]

Pods is a WordPress plugin or more appropriately framework for WordPress that allows you to create, extend, manage, and deploy customized content types and fields. If you have just installed Pods plugin in WordPress setup and activated it and you are thinking what to do next then this tutorial is for you. This is a basic step by step tutorial for tasting what Pods can offer and be ready to dive into it.
Here we are going to setup Pods for creating content type ‘Phone’ in which it would contain basic features like title, introduction, picture, OS, screen size, etc. We will then make the listing page of phones in the front end and also page for displaying content of the single phone. Pods 2.1 is used in this tutorial.

Pods setup

  • When you click Pods Admin available in the sidebar after activating the Pods plugin, you get following in the screen.
  • Click Create New. You will get a form to setup new content. Enter ‘Phones’ in Plural Label box and ‘Phone’ in Singular Label box. Select Content Type ‘Custom Post Type (like Posts or Pages)’ as default. If you want to learn about content types available, you can see this link
  • Click Next Step
  • Our Phone pods in created. Now we are ready to add fields we want to add about Phone. Click Add Field.
  • Enter ‘Operating System’ in Label. Label is how the field is displayed in the UI. When you focus out from the textbox, Name should be ‘operating_system’. This is the name which we will need in future to access data programatically. In Description enter description of the field. Select Field Type as Plain Text. There are lots of options for different types of fields.
  • Click Add Field just below the new field form to add field.
  • Similarly add new field for Screen Size. Label : Screen Size. Name : screen_size. Description : Screen Size (in inch). Select Field type as Plain Number. In Additional Field Options, enter 2 in Decimals textbox.
  • For picture, we need to add another field. Label : Picture. Name : picture. Description : Picture of the phone. Select File/Image/Video in Field Type
  • Click Save Pod

Setting up Pages

  • Pods comes with builtin components named Pages and Templates. It may not be activated in first installation. If not then, go to Components under Pods Admin menu. Find Pages and Templates and click Enable if it is disabled previously.
  • Ans also make sure that you have selected ‘Pretty Permalinks‘ in WordPress permalink structure.
  • Go to Pods Admin > Components > Pages menu.
  • Click Add New
  • Enter ‘phones’ in the main textbox (showing Enter URL here) and paste following code in the ‘Page Code’.
    <?php
    
    
    
    //parameters for getting Phones list
    
    //for fetching Phones latest first order and 2 in each page
    
    $params = array( 'orderby' => 'post_date DESC', 'limit' => 2 );
    
    
    
    //creating Pods
    
    $phones = pods( 'phones', $params );
    
    //fetch and display using template
    
    echo $phones->find( $params )->template( 'phone_list' );
    
    //display pagination
    
    echo $phones->pagination();
    
    
    
    ?>
    
    
  • This is the listing page og Phone pods
  • Click Publish to save.
  • Again click Add New
  • Enter ‘phones/*’ in the main textbox and paste following code in the ‘Page Code’.
    <?php
    
    //get variable from the URL
    
    $slug = pods_url_variable('last');
    
    //condition to fetch the Pods based on the $slug
    
    $params = array( 'where' => 'post_name = "'.$slug.'"' );
    
    //display Pods using template
    
    echo pods( 'phones' )->find( $params )->template( 'phone_detail' );
    
    ?>
    
    
  • Click Publish to save.
  • This page is for displaying description of single Pods.

Setting up Templates

  • As you have noticed, in the above code there is use of two templates ‘phone_list’ and ‘phone_detail’. Those pages would use that templates to display the data grabbed from the Pods.
  • Go to Pods Admin > Components > Templates menu.
  • Click Add New
  • Enter ‘phone_list’ in the main textbox (showing Enter Template name here) and paste following code in the ‘Content’.
    <h2><a href="{@detail_url}">{@name}</a></h2>
    
    <div> {@post_content} </div>
    
    <p>Screen Size : {@screen_size} inches</p>
    
    <p><img src="{@picture.guid}" width="200px"/></p>
  • Click Publish to save.
  • And now lets create ‘phone_detail’ template.
  • Click Add New
  • Enter ‘phone_detail’ in the main textbox and paste following code in the ‘Content’.
    <h2>{@name}</h2>
    
    <p><img src="{@picture.guid}" width="400px"/></p>
    
    <div> {@post_content} </div>
    
    <p>Screen Size : {@screen_size} inches</p>
  • Click Publish to save.

Finalizing

  • Our Pods setup is complete now. So lets create some new Phone items. In the left menu in WordPress, you should be seeing ‘Phones’ menu. Go to Phones menu and click Add New  
  • Now you can see a familiar form along with the extra input fields. Enter phone info in the inputs. Select an image in the ‘Picture’. And then click Publish to save.
  • Enter more few phones. To see pagination in the page you need to more than 2 items as we have set per page 2 items while fetching pods items in the listing page.
  • To see how it looks in the front side, go to SITE-URL/phones in the browser. If you have done correctly then you can see the list of phone items.
  • Click in the title of the phone and it will go to the detail page where you can see the detail description of the single phone.

See, how easily you have created custom content in WordPress with your required fields and displayed in the front end. This is not all about Pods. This is just the beginning. Try yourself and you will feel it.