I’ve uploaded the initial public release, v1.2, of my simple Tweet plugin to the WordPress Plugin Repository. You can install the plugin by: downloading it from http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/tweet/ ; or On a recent version of wordpress, v2.7 or above, follow these steps: Login to your wordpress dashboard Select the Plugins/Add New menu item as shown Search for Author lantrix as shown Click on the Install link for the Tweet plugin If you need any assistance, you can leave a comment over on the dedicated page for the Tweet WordPress plugin for Twitter.
Downloading MySQL and installing on Leopard is a breeze with the native package. I migrated my database (dump/restore) and recreated my wordpress user, but still kept getting this error: Error establishing a database connection The user could log into the database from the console as shown: ` lantrix@lexx:~ $ mysql -u wordpress -p Enter password: Welcome to the MySQL monitor. Commands end with ; or \g. Your MySQL connection id is 19 Server version: 5.
Developed initally on WordPress 2.3, it has successfully been tested on WordPress 2.7.1. Most of the other plugins out there either did this only in their “badge” or “widget” or where too full featured. This is a simple and quick plugin to get links in place to twitter people for the lazy blogger. Visit my plugin page, give it a try and let me know what you think.
It looks like I may have successfully written an alpha “migrator plug-in” that may work for migrating your com_google_maps component from Joomla 1.0.x to 1.5. Once I have tested this on the internal testbed migration sites for one of my customers, I will write it up here. This will be useful since the developer of the Google Maps API for joomla has no current migration plugins. Stay tuned….