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- Here’s my orginal post.
- Here’s the plugin itself.
- Here’s the php file you need to upload via the files tab.
- Here’s the demo.
- And Here’s that ALA Article Again
Last edited by Walker (2006-07-18 01:49:24)
I made the documentation a little more readable and updated plugin itself just a little so that you can specify it in a form and not worry about it outputting error codes or anything if you don’t happen to want to have any images attached to a particular order.
To phrase another way: It only outputs something if you specify images. If you do not, there is no error. There is nothing.
- Plugin Author
- Registered: 2005-03-12
- Posts: 1,253
Well done, haven’t tried this yet, but red the article.(The site of the original author of the code is also an interesting Resource for articles about SEO)
Just a small notice. The first three digits of the plugin name are four digits and not three (letters) as usually suggested by the original plugin template.
(That makes it easier to match those tags with regular expressions, when working on templates in external text editors)
It is not explicitly mentioned, but like an unwritten naming convention.
(This would allow already for more then 17.000 potential plugin authors )
Last edited by marios (2006-07-14 07:10:32)
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I’ll see what I can do, cnolle.
@marios….hmmm, I had no idea that was a rule. If so, I never saw anyone write somewhere that it was a rule. If I’d known ahead of time, I would have made it three, but now that they’re already there…..I’ll leave it.
- From: Reykjavik, Iceland
- Registered: 2005-11-25
- Posts: 1,087
Looks very good! Any plans to include a pop-up function to display full-size pics?
Walker, great job, and yeah, fast dude. ;) As soon as I have a reason to use this one, I will.
I’d like to get this into the plugin archive, but with a look to the future I want to poke this soft cheese a bit more…
Walker wrote: I had no idea that was a rule. If so, I never saw anyone write somewhere that it was a rule. If I’d known ahead of time, I would have made it three, but now that they’re already there…..I’ll leave it.
You’re right, there was no written rule, and an unwritten rule is no rule at all unless we’re talking about the mafia. ;)
Your feelings about sticking with four letters is your own; certainly isn’t an issue with me. However, what if because of this discussion it now becomes a written rule, and you decide to create a few more plugins in the future. You’ll then have some inconsistency in the way your plugins are named, which won’t be great for immediate plugin author recognition. Again, not critical but something to think about.
Your plugin is new, it’s certainly not too late to change the name if you wanted to ensure consistency in your work later.
At any rate, it’s up to you, just let me know what you want to stick with so I know whether or not to add the plugin to the archives with the current name.
Again, great work.