Tag Archives: plugins

phpMyAdmin plugins / extensions

I recently was trying to add some functionality to phpMyAdmin – like have some of the fields set to UTF or INT by default. This could be accomplished with a little javascript, but I didn’t just want to go hacking away at the core. Logically there should be a way to add a plugin, but i don’t think there is any documentation on it. I did find this, which has no replies: hi everybody, i’ve read here and there that phpMyAdmin can be extended developing some plugin. e.g. i’ve found this webpage: http://wiki.phpmyadmin.net/pma/Development with the import and export plugin documentation. unfortunately, that documentation was not so clear about how writing a plugin. could you, please, point me to some reference? a web site, a book… whatever you found useful for plugin development… thanks in advance francesco So how about a link to writing a plugin or extension for phpMyAdmin? Does anyone have any good resources?

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WordPress Plugins that I have deactivated

Maybe I’ll use these again in the future some day, but it’s spring and I’m doing spring cleaning! Here are some plugins that I am deactivating and removing: WP Security Scan (not that helpful) Snow Storm ( too heavy on Javascript) SexyBookmarks (too many warnings in the WP admin screen) Lightbox Gallery (eh)

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10 WordPress Plugins Guaranteed to Save You Time

clipped from sixrevisions.com In these days of the ever-increasing competitive world of the web, time is as valuable as money. To be noticed, and to stay at the top of the game, content writers must post a lot of content on a regular basis. To keep up with time constraints, WordPress plugin authors provide an array of useful plugins that will drastically reduce the time required to write, format, and post your content. In this article, you’ll find 10 excellent WordPress plugins intended to reduce and simplify tasks associated with blogging so that you can spend more time creating content, and less time with site administration. 1. Post Ideas – take charge and manage your post ideas 2. Tidy Up – Automatically find errors and clean up your HTML 3. Pages+ – Deal with many pages with ease 4. Mass Post Manager – Save time managing old posts 5. Attachment List – Easily spice up attachment icons without coding 6. Survey Gizmo – Dealing with polls can’t be simpler than this

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