[wp-hackers] Two new, long-overdue plugins to make your wordpress life a little easier...
okfrank at gmail.com
Sat Oct 29 01:11:02 UTC 2011
You pretty well get what I'm saying but I'm thinking that when plugins
cause a theme to stop functioning it would be nice to be able to find
the source of the conflict. So not sure what wp_options does but I
know that with regard to being able to track down conflicts it would
be useful to get a screen that can be copied and pasted or better yet
emailed to someone.
Fast Secure Contact Form Allows a user to enter data using a form and
I think it be sumitted by mail
but I would like it if it would put a post for pending review. Sorry
if you're interested I can give more details after I review it. It's
been a while since I looked at this.
The Gravity Forms and Buddy Press were two that I looked at and found
them more complex than what I wanted.
On Fri, Oct 28, 2011 at 8:45 PM, Mike Schinkel
<mikeschinkel at newclarity.net> wrote:
> On Oct 28, 2011, at 8:29 PM, Rick Maltese wrote:
>> I was merely suggesting other plugins that would be useful. Perhaps
>> this is not the thread for it.
> No problem (for me anyway), I just didn't understand what you were asking and I was interested to know. We might write such a plugin. How would you want to see the results accessed and/or delivered?
>> I was thinking that a plugin would be useful that lists the various
>> changes to the default settings something like windows system info
>> use to do.
> You mean something that lists the changes in wp_options from default, or something more than that?
>> The second point is that if someone wants to make registered users
>> posts easy to do without using the dashboard I would like to see a
>> plugin for that.
> Ah. Kinda like Gravity Forms? There are probably others that are free too.
>> I do have a third wish and that is a plugin that handles user pages
>> that does not require the dashboard access.
> Okay. Have you looked? I'd be surprised if there were not plugins that do that already.
> I know BuddyPress does, but of course that's overkill for most use-cases. :)
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