Those of use who develop using pods often find we use it for everything. So here’s a quick tip on using PodsCMS to create a custom user access log. Step 1: Set up the Pod I’m assuming you’ve already installed/activate both the PodsCMS and Pods UI plugins. If not, please do so before starting. Create [...]
This pseudo-tutorial guides you through setting up a nifty helper for your WordPress pods. The helper emulates the native WordPress tag entry but applies it to whatever content type you specify.
I’m not sure why it took me this long to put this plugin together, but whatever. I’ve been using WordPress PodCMS plugin for a long time now. And quite often I need to add pod stuff to a sidebar. Usually, I’d go find a custom sidebar that I’d made before and adapt it. But then [...]
Update: If anyone wants an email when this plugin is ready just leave a comment here. Or shoot me an email at mike(at)mikevanwinkle.com. Or subscribe to my feedburner. Hmmm. So what they hell have I been doing with my time lately. Not blogging, clearly. Well first there’s the day job, I’m trying to keep it [...]
I haven’t submit this plugin to the WordPress SVN yet, because I’m still playing with it. The remaining issue is that while it works, I’m not sure it works in the most efficient manner possible. I’m also going to post it over at @podscms and get some feedback. At any rate, for anyone who’s running [...]
Thank you to everyone who attended my presentation on WordPress Pods at Wordcamp Fayetteville. As promised I’ve posted the presentation on slideshare.net. I also recorded the presentation with Screenflow and will hopefully get it posted tomorrow. And don’t forget to check out http://www.podscms.org.