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If you don’t know, this site is running the latest WordPress. Which is in Beta testing, version 2.7 Beta-3.

I installed a new plugin today: SEO Smart Links. And as soon as I installed and tested it out, I get an error message on my dashboard.

The funny thing is, usually when there is an error, it shows up at the top of the page, before the site loads. This error is showing up at the bottom of the site.

huh, I was going to past the code error, but it seemed to disappear? I will post it if it shows up again.

OH…

Another big error is clicking the publish button. Seems that I keep getting an Error 500 – Internal server error when publishing a post or re-saving a post. 🙁

Update

I used my handy dandy Plugin: WP-DBManager to restore my backup from yesterday. Fixed both problems!
Hopefully, Vladimir Prelovac will update his plugin for WordPress 2.7 use.

Update 2

Upon further inspection, and trials. This plugin is awesome and powerful for how simple it is. But my plugin: OIO Publisherseems not to like ALOT of my plugins I have installed.

So check out the SEO plugin for sure!

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  1. Vladimir Prelovac

    November 21, 2008 at 2:42 pm

    I have tested SEO Smart Links with WordPress 2.7 beta 3 without problems. Can you try again and tell me what error you encountered?

  2. frosty

    November 22, 2008 at 4:25 pm

    Sorry, I tried it again, and I had almost the same problem. Looks like there were no error codes, but I was unable to update or publish a new post or page. I would just get an error 500 after clicking the link.

    I don’t think it has to do with version 2.7. But a compatibility issue with another plugin of mine. I am using an advertisement plugin called OIO Publisher. It seems not to like ALOT of my plugins I have had installed.

    Other than that, great plugin! Maybe I can use it at another date.

  3. The Fosty

    December 17, 2008 at 8:07 pm

    It has to do with 1and1 hosting..?

  4. Quickest Way To Lose Weight

    February 2, 2009 at 10:21 pm

    Nice site. You have a new subscriber:) All the best, Allan

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It is official, today I purchased my ticket for WordCamp Denver! I as well as Jeana from Jeana Says, will be flying out to Colorado! Now all we need to do is find a place to stay..

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How to: Show/Hide any div box with jQuery in WordPress

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If you take a look at my current sidebar (right) and see the heading Google Search you’ll notice that when you click it the Google Search box show’s into view.

Let me show you how this is done.

First make sure that your WordPress site is calling jQuery, buy pluggin this code into our header.php file above the <?php wp_head(); ?> text:

<?php wp_enqueue_script('jquery'); ?>

Then anywhere above the </head >, plug this code in:

<script type="text/javascript">
jQuery(document).ready(function() {
 // hides the slickbox as soon as the DOM is ready
  jQuery('#toggle-search').hide();

 // toggles the slickbox on clicking the noted link
  jQuery('a#slick-slidetoggle').click(function() {
	jQuery('#toggle-search').slideToggle(400);
	return false;
  });
});
</script>

That’s simple, huh. Okay now lets write the Search code:

<h2><a href="#" id="slick-slidetoggle">Google Search</a></h2>
	<div id="toggle-search" style="padding:10px;">
    <form method="get" id="search" action="<?php bloginfo('home'); ?>/">
        <div>
            <input type="text" value="Enter Keyword" onclick="this.value='';" name="s" id="s" />
            <input type="text" name="search-button" id="search-button" value="<?php _e('Search') ?>" />
        </div>
    </form>
</div>

That’s it.

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How to: Limiting the posts in you archive widget

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I have show you how to create a custom widget in a previous post. But how about adding and additional “Archives” widget that won’t list the last 3 years (if you’ve been around that long) in month form stretching down your whole sidebar?

Well, lets take a look at the original code found in the widgets.php file in the ./wp-includes/ folder.

<?php

/**
* Display archives widget.
*
* @since 2.2.0
*
* @param array $args Widget arguments.
*/
function wp_widget_archives($args) {
extract($args);
$options = get_option('widget_archives');
$c = $options['count'] ? '1' : '0';
$d = $options['dropdown'] ? '1' : '0';
$title = empty($options['title']) ? __('Archives') : apply_filters('widget_title', $options['title']);

echo $before_widget;
echo $before_title . $title . $after_title;

if($d) {
?>
<select name="archive-dropdown" onchange='document.location.href=this.options[this.selectedIndex].value;'> <option value=""><?php echo attribute_escape(__('Select Month')); ?></option> <?php wp_get_archives("type=monthly&format=option&show_post_count=$c"); ?> </select>
<?php
} else {
?>
<ul>
<?php wp_get_archives("type=monthly&show_post_count=$c"); ?>
</ul>
<?php
}

echo $after_widget;
}

/**
* Display and process archives widget options form.
*
* @since 2.2.0
*/
function wp_widget_archives_control() {
$options = $newoptions = get_option('widget_archives');
if ( isset($_POST["archives-submit"]) ) {
$newoptions['count'] = isset($_POST['archives-count']);
$newoptions['dropdown'] = isset($_POST['archives-dropdown']);
$newoptions['title'] = strip_tags(stripslashes($_POST["archives-title"]));
}
if ( $options != $newoptions ) {
$options = $newoptions;
update_option('widget_archives', $options);
}
$count = $options['count'] ? 'checked="checked"' : '';
$dropdown = $options['dropdown'] ? 'checked="checked"' : '';
$title = attribute_escape($options['title']);
?>
<p><label for="archives-title"><?php _e('Title:'); ?> <input class="widefat" id="archives-title" name="archives-title" type="text" value="<?php echo $title; ?>" /></label></p>
<p>
<label for="archives-count"><input class="checkbox" type="checkbox" <?php echo $count; ?> id="archives-count" name="archives-count" /> <?php _e('Show post counts'); ?></label>
<br />
<label for="archives-dropdown"><input class="checkbox" type="checkbox" <?php echo $dropdown; ?> id="archives-dropdown" name="archives-dropdown" /> <?php _e('Display as a drop down'); ?></label>
</p>
<input type="hidden" id="archives-submit" name="archives-submit" value="1" />
<?php } ?>

Simple enough? Or not..

Anyway lets just add on and change a few things. Then will add the final code to your functions.php file.

Okay, starting with the first function: wp_widget_archive and rename to widget_archive_limit

Should look like this now:

function widget_archives_limit($args) {

Then under the this line:

$title = empty($options['title']) ? __('Archives') : apply_filters('widget_title', $options['title']);

Add:

$limit = empty($options['limit']) ? __('Limit') : apply_filters('widget_limit', $options['limit']);

At this line:

<?php wp_get_archives("type=monthly&format=option&show_post_count=$c&limit=$limit"); ?>

We have added in &limit=$limit. The same goes for the second wp_get_archives:

<?php wp_get_archives("type=monthly&show_post_count=$c&limit=$limit"); ?>

At the end of this code add:

wp_register_sidebar_widget('archives limit', __('Archives Limit'), 'widget_archives_limit', $widget_ops);

The whole code should look like this:

function widget_archives_limit($args) {
	extract($args);
	$options = get_option('widget_archives');
	$c = $options['count'] ? '1' : '0';
	$d = $options['dropdown'] ? '1' : '0';
	$title = empty($options['title']) ? __('Archives') : apply_filters('widget_title', $options['title']);
	$limit = empty($options['limit']) ? __('Limit') : apply_filters('widget_limit', $options['limit']);

	echo $before_widget;
	echo $before_title . $title . $after_title;

	if($d) {
?>
		<select name="archive-dropdown" onchange='document.location.href=this.options[this.selectedIndex].value;'> <option value=""><?php echo attribute_escape(__('Select Month')); ?></option> <?php wp_get_archives("type=monthly&format=option&show_post_count=$c&limit=$limit"); ?> </select>
<?php
	} else {
?>
		<ul>
		<?php wp_get_archives("type=monthly&show_post_count=$c&limit=$limit"); ?>
		</ul>
<?php
	}

	echo $after_widget;
}

wp_register_sidebar_widget('archives limit', __('Archives Limit'), 'widget_archives_limit', $widget_ops);

That takes care of the widget its self, now we need to create the controls. Once again find the second function and change wp_widget_archive_control to widget_archives_limit_control

Find this line:

$newoptions['title'] = strip_tags(stripslashes($_POST["archives-title"]));

and add this line below:

$newoptions['limit'] = strip_tags(stripslashes($_POST["archives-limit"]));

Then find this line:

$title = attribute_escape($options['title']);

and add this line below:

$limit = attribute_escape($options['limit']);

Finally look for this line:

<label for="archives-dropdown"><input class="checkbox" type="checkbox" <?php echo $dropdown; ?> id="archives-dropdown" name="archives-dropdown" /> <?php _e('Display as a drop down'); ?></label>
			</p>

and add this line below:

<p><label for="archives-limit"><?php _e('Limit (enter a number):'); ?> <input class="widefat" id="archives-limit" name="archives-limit" type="text" value="<?php echo $limit; ?>" /></label></p>

then register the widget controls:

wp_register_widget_control('archives limit', __('Archives Limit'), 'widget_archives_limit_control' );

The code should look like this:

function widget_archives_limit_control() {
	$options = $newoptions = get_option('widget_archives');
	if ( isset($_POST["archives-submit"]) ) {
		$newoptions['count'] = isset($_POST['archives-count']);
		$newoptions['dropdown'] = isset($_POST['archives-dropdown']);
		$newoptions['title'] = strip_tags(stripslashes($_POST["archives-title"]));
		$newoptions['limit'] = strip_tags(stripslashes($_POST["archives-limit"]));
	}
	if ( $options != $newoptions ) {
		$options = $newoptions;
		update_option('widget_archives', $options);
	}
	$count = $options['count'] ? 'checked="checked"' : '';
	$dropdown = $options['dropdown'] ? 'checked="checked"' : '';
	$title = attribute_escape($options['title']);
	$limit = attribute_escape($options['limit']);
?>
			<p><label for="archives-title"><?php _e('Title:'); ?> <input class="widefat" id="archives-title" name="archives-title" type="text" value="<?php echo $title; ?>" /></label></p>
			<p>
				<label for="archives-count"><input class="checkbox" type="checkbox" <?php echo $count; ?> id="archives-count" name="archives-count" /> <?php _e('Show post counts'); ?></label>
				<br />
				<label for="archives-dropdown"><input class="checkbox" type="checkbox" <?php echo $dropdown; ?> id="archives-dropdown" name="archives-dropdown" /> <?php _e('Display as a drop down'); ?></label>
			</p>
			<p><label for="archives-limit"><?php _e('Limit (enter a number):'); ?> <input class="widefat" id="archives-limit" name="archives-limit" type="text" value="<?php echo $limit; ?>" /></label></p>
			<input type="hidden" id="archives-submit" name="archives-submit" value="1" />
<?php } 

wp_register_widget_control('archives limit', __('Archives Limit'), 'widget_archives_limit_control' );

The final code:

/**
 * Display archives widget.
 *
 * @since 2.2.0
 *
 * @param array $args Widget arguments.
 */
function widget_archives_limit($args) {
	extract($args);
	$options = get_option('widget_archives');
	$c = $options['count'] ? '1' : '0';
	$d = $options['dropdown'] ? '1' : '0';
	$title = empty($options['title']) ? __('Archives') : apply_filters('widget_title', $options['title']);
	$limit = empty($options['limit']) ? __('Limit') : apply_filters('widget_limit', $options['limit']);

	echo $before_widget;
	echo $before_title . $title . $after_title;

	if($d) {
?>
		<select name="archive-dropdown" onchange='document.location.href=this.options[this.selectedIndex].value;'> <option value=""><?php echo attribute_escape(__('Select Month')); ?></option> <?php wp_get_archives("type=monthly&format=option&show_post_count=$c&limit=$limit"); ?> </select>
<?php
	} else {
?>
		<ul>
		<?php wp_get_archives("type=monthly&show_post_count=$c&limit=$limit"); ?>
		</ul>
<?php
	}

	echo $after_widget;
}

wp_register_sidebar_widget('archives limit', __('Archives Limit'), 'widget_archives_limit', $widget_ops);

/**
 * Display and process archives widget options form.
 *
 * @since 2.2.0
 */
function widget_archives_limit_control() {
	$options = $newoptions = get_option('widget_archives');
	if ( isset($_POST["archives-submit"]) ) {
		$newoptions['count'] = isset($_POST['archives-count']);
		$newoptions['dropdown'] = isset($_POST['archives-dropdown']);
		$newoptions['title'] = strip_tags(stripslashes($_POST["archives-title"]));
		$newoptions['limit'] = strip_tags(stripslashes($_POST["archives-limit"]));
	}
	if ( $options != $newoptions ) {
		$options = $newoptions;
		update_option('widget_archives', $options);
	}
	$count = $options['count'] ? 'checked="checked"' : '';
	$dropdown = $options['dropdown'] ? 'checked="checked"' : '';
	$title = attribute_escape($options['title']);
	$limit = attribute_escape($options['limit']);
?>
			<p><label for="archives-title"><?php _e('Title:'); ?> <input class="widefat" id="archives-title" name="archives-title" type="text" value="<?php echo $title; ?>" /></label></p>
			<p>
				<label for="archives-count"><input class="checkbox" type="checkbox" <?php echo $count; ?> id="archives-count" name="archives-count" /> <?php _e('Show post counts'); ?></label>
				<br />
				<label for="archives-dropdown"><input class="checkbox" type="checkbox" <?php echo $dropdown; ?> id="archives-dropdown" name="archives-dropdown" /> <?php _e('Display as a drop down'); ?></label>
			</p>
			<p><label for="archives-limit"><?php _e('Limit (enter a number):'); ?> <input class="widefat" id="archives-limit" name="archives-limit" type="text" value="<?php echo $limit; ?>" /></label></p>
			<input type="hidden" id="archives-submit" name="archives-submit" value="1" />
<?php } 

wp_register_widget_control('archives limit', __('Archives Limit'), 'widget_archives_limit_control' );
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