Posts Tagged ‘PHP’
I’ve finished work on LiveSearch 1.3 some time ago, just never got around to creating a tarball and uploading it to this site. The major change was that it no longer requires that the searchform.php and livesearch.css files be manually copied to your themes directory. If you want to make theme-specific changes to it you […]
I know, I know… CAPTCHA is outdated. But there are still cases where it might be useful, and it’s hard to make one that’s good looking, easy to read by humans and has a certain level of complexity for machines. This is what led me to create my own PHP version, that can be pretty […]
Ok. I’ve widgetized this plugin, and updated the headers of the plugin. Now you can just install it, and put it anywhere on your sidebar using the Widget plugin. In its options you can specify whether or not you want the searchbox to be encompassed in the default widget wrappers (disabled by default). Pretty straight […]
You might notice the spiffy little search box on the navigation bar of this blog. It’s an implementation of the LiveSearch code which I incorporated recently. It’s a nice little tool, using pretty straight basic (albeit a bit complex) AJAX code. However it did require some effort to implement this, as several files needed to […]
Another tool I decided to use was WordPress’ post-by-email feature. However this was very limiting, as after posting via email usually action was required within WordPress – visit the wp-mail.php page, and then modify the post to place it in the necessary categories etc.