Support for the popular qTranslate plugin has been implemented inside the Graceful Sidebar Plugin. qTranslate enables bloggers to internationalize their content directly in the wordpress administrative console. qTranslate has a support forum that appears to be active with some good suggestions for using the plugin on your site. Cheers to Ozden for the suggestion to support this helpful plugin!
As long as there’s money to be had by gaining exposure on the web, we’ll have to suffer with the less than reputable out there trying to game the system by filling up your blog with lame comments and links to their crappy porn, drug or adult dating web sites. You can minimize the impact of these n’er do wells, however by implementing several plugins and taking certain actions in response to their attempts.
Version 1.0.4 brought custom edit fields so that you no longer have to remember the name of the custom fields to populate in order to create custom sidebars for your posts and pages. Version 1.0.6 fixes the custom field for the sidebar content so that it behaves within the admin edit post screen.
You can download this latest version right from the WordPress Plugin site.
There have been reports of losing the Graceful Sidebar Comment from Posts or Pages when saving posts. I’ve tested this on several instances and cannot reproduce. If you have experienced this, please leave a comment and let me know.
A friend and fellow poker fan recently reached out with a wordpress question… She was looking for a way to customize a client’s sidebar content based on the page or post currently being displayed. Well – it seemed logical so I dug in for a few minutes and came up with the Graceful Sidebar Plugin. The plugin is very simple – but accomplishes the initial goals. To use the plugin, simply install it, activate it and drag the Graceful Sidebar widget to your theme’s sidebar. Then, create two custom fields in the post or page whose sidebar you want to customize – “graceful_title” and “graceful_content”… that’s it.