It’s been little less than a month when the modified widget for TDO Mini Forms to support custom taxonomies was released. It didn’t allowed you to enter new terms for taxonomies and most important, it didn’t featured custom post types support, so here’s the entire plugin updated for TDO Mini Forms to support custom post types, allowing the addition of new terms for custom taxonomies.
Back in April 3rd, 2009, I wrote a small script to create tabs with jQuery. Many readers liked its simplicity and asked for some more features, like the ability to automatically rotate between each tab and those were into the second incarnation of the tabs. Many more asked through the comments or by email about the posibility to include multiple instances of the rotating tabs and that’s what this release is about. Read more
TDO Mini Forms is one of the best plugins for WordPress to allow visitors or users to publish posts and upload files without having to access the admin area. You can select categories for the post, add tags, title, content, etc. However, even after WordPress introduced UIs for custom taxonomies in version 2.8, TDO Mini Forms (or tdomf for short) won’t allow you to select custom taxonomies. In this post you will find how to modify the categories widget for TDOMF to enable custom taxonomies.
Let’s imagine this scenario. We have a group of speakers and we want to show a few lines about who they are and what they do, followed by a large chunk of information. But, we want this block to remain hidden until visitors click on a More Info link. We’re going to create this using WordPress’ shortcodes a bit of jQuery magic.