FINALLY! custom fields on Scribefire

by admin, 2010/02/07

You got me. After I did a plugin to solve this problem, Scribefire solve it after all. Eventually it would happen someday.One good side: Scribefire get better & better, and I learned to make plugins after all.The King is dead, long live to the King…

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Another Twitter Updater: Xmlrpc enabling TwitterAnother Twitter Updater: habilitando twitter con Xmlrpc

by admin, 2010/01/28

Is that possible? I was testing many twitter plugins for wordpress. Every one has some in common: they didn’t work with weblog clients. There is some kind of technical problem-concept in WordPress. The only one plugin that I found working is the brilliant Alex King’s Twitter Tools. It will send … Continue reading

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One Ring to Rule Them All – Scribefire Custom Fields Plugin – Part IIUn Anillo para Gobernarlos a Todos – Plugin Scribefire Custom Fields – Parte II

by admin, 2010/01/27

The most annoying thing in Scribefire was its inabiltiy to make custom fields in WordPress. To keep things short, that bugged to me sometime until I decided to build a little plugin to workaround this problem. Actually I’m thinking that I could do the same using shortcodes but for the … Continue reading

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One Ring to Rule Them All – Scribefire – Part IUn Anillo Para Gobernarlos a Todos – ScribeFire – Part I

by admin, 2010/01/26

A short story. Mike is beginning with your blog. One site, one browser, one wordpress editor. He is happy with it, but he has so many areas to cover that it decides he want to work with another blog. Two sites,  two editors. Life is good. Mike starts blogging both. … Continue reading

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10 top reasons to use thematic frameworks

by admin, 2010/01/25

WordPress has its roots in the blog, but its continued growth has become a system for creating sites extremely versatile. Also, its complexity increases  from version to version (see the graph of ‘hooks’ in The Proliferation of Hooks Over Time). At the same time, the design complexity increases as more … Continue reading

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