I have released WP-Members 2.7 as a beta release. For those that consider themselves early adopters, you can download and install the upgrade.
In this example, I will show you how to display a different menu for users based on their login status for the WordPress TwentyTen theme. This process can be adapted to any theme (and using the same principles, could be adapted to use anywhere on your WP site).
Recently, I’ve received a number of comments and questions regarding the WP admin bar, so I thought it would be best to create a post that will give you some guidance as to how to turn this off for your subscribers.
WP-Members 2.6.2 is in final testing and should be released today, should all go well. This is primarily a bug fix release, although there are a few feature improvements as well.
Well, if you are an active WordPress user (or designer, or developer), you are likely aware of the Timthumb vulnerability that has recently been wreaking havoc on WordPress blog owners. (If you’re not aware, then read on, as you are actually far more likely to be effected than someone who has been paying attention to […]
Well, WP-Members version 2.6 has been released into production. While it should update well, users upgrading from previous versions are advised to test it first in a non-production environment. Here is a list of some of the major updates:
As a plugin developer, one of the most time-consuming aspects of development is putting together admin panels. With the effort that goes into this end of the development, you want your admin panels to look slick and professional – you want them to integrate seamlessly and look like they belong to WordPress.
My first guest blog post over at WordPress Code Snippets is a code snippet to add the Google Books viewer into your posts using an easy shortcode. Go check it out. While you’re there, be sure to check out the rest of the site for other useful snippets! [ Read my site review of WordPress […]
WP Engineer is a great site for WordPress developers and power users loaded with tips and tricks for WordPress. It is the brainchild of three self-proclaimed “WordPress Junkies,” Alexander Frison, Frank Bültge, and Michael Preuss, each a WordPress developer in his own right.
WP-Members is designed to work out-of-the-box, yet be extensible and customizable. The layout of the forms and dialog messages are a good example, with the ability to easily define a custom stylesheet in the plugin options.