This looks like a handy plugin which could simplify things for clients.
You can now add a nice header or banner image to your plugin page on WordPress.org This sounds and looks like a great idea in order to add a little more to plugin pages in the WordPress.org plugin directory. There are already some really good looking pages.
When you have added more images sizes to your WordPress site through add_image_size() this solutions allows you to show them in the media uploader section for users to choose when adding images to pages etc.
Only allow certain types of file to be uploaded through the WordPress media uploader.
Just noticed something with WordPress 3.3 in that one of my sites I was calling
wp_enqueue_script('query'), directly in the themes
functions.php file which threw
WP_DEBUG errors. To prevent this wrap it in a function and add it to the
WordPress 3.3 is now with us and I would urge all running WordPress to test your site on a development server and once all is fine to upgrade. The major feature seems to be the media uploader and I have immediately noticed the [helpful] notifications and help bubbles that appear once installed. As with all WordPress upgrades, some things will be different, and there may be some small bugs, but I am sure that it will improve the software in the long run.
Excellent fly-out menu technique using [rather a lot of] CSS. Looks fun and quirky though.
Add additional fields to the WordPress custom taxonomy page.
Recently I had the task of moving a .com domain away from NameCheap (a domain registrar) over to a 123-reg account that I was much more familiar with and would be able to help out the client. The process, although not particularly difficult, does involve quite a few steps and therefore I thought I would share how I managed to transfer a .com domain away from NameCheap.
This works when you have a form in a theme options page and the client puts backslashes in the form e.g. google analytics code. Having this fix in there makes the code behave.