Tagarchief: WordPress plugins

Making broken link checker work with Woocommerce external products

I'm working on a new project to bring together all high quality WordPress themes on one website. Today I tried to make broken link checker work with Woocommerce external products.

When you configure the broken link checker to look for urls in the custom field named _product_url, BLC would find all these links. Unfortunately, this only works for posts and pages, but Woocommerce stores its products as product.

So, in order to make these plugins work together, you should add the post_type 'product' to both line 441 and 478 of broken-link-checker/modules/containers/custom_field.php

Guess it would be better if the plugin asked you which post_types should be included.

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My little SEO project (part 2)

Last week I built a site for rental of sinterklaas, a figure in Dutch holiday tradition.

I set up a WordPress blog with Woothemes Inspire. I used a few plugins to do SEO and to speed up the site:
Contact Form 7
Google Analyticator
Google XML Sitemaps
My Page Order
W3 Total Cache
WordPress SEO (yoast)
WP to Twitter
Yoast Breadcrumbs

Within 24 hours, we made it to the first page for relevant keywords. I got a first response in about 20 hours from launch. Then the ranking dropped. Anyway, I'm still pretty impressed.

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My little SEO project

Last week I built a site for my motorcycle driving instructor, partly for him, partly for myself to see what I can do with SEO.

I set up a WordPress blog with Woothemes Inspire. I used a few plugins to do SEO and to speed up the site:
Contact Form 7
Google Analyticator
Google XML Sitemaps
My Page Order
W3 Total Cache
WordPress SEO (yoast)
WP to Twitter
Yoast Breadcrumbs

Within 24 hours, we made it to the first page for relevant keywords. I got a first response in about 20 hours from launch. Then the ranking dropped. Anyway, I'm still pretty impressed.

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WordPress: custom links on plugin page

Since WordPress 2.8, you can easily add your own links to the plugin page. This can be useful to jump right to the settings of the plugin. Example code:

function set_plugin_meta($plugin_meta, $plugin_file, $plugin_data, $status){
if (plugin_basename(__FILE__)!=$plugin_file) return $plugin_meta;
return array_merge( $plugin_meta, array( sprintf( '<a href="options-general.php?page=%s">%s</a>', $plugin, __('Settings') ) ));
}
add_filter( 'plugin_row_meta', 'set_plugin_meta', 10, 2 );

Two other interesting plugin hooks are:

do_action( 'after_plugin_row', $plugin_file, $plugin_data, $status );
do_action( "after_plugin_row_$plugin_file", $plugin_file, $plugin_data, $status );

These are both run after the row was printed.

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