RSWR News 11 – WP Plugin Update

May 15th, 2009

S-ButtonZ & diggZ-Et Releases

Today we released S-ButtonZ 1.1.3 and diggZ-Et 1.3.9. This release addresses the following fixes:

  • Fixed an issue where certain text in a summary would break other button settings
  • Fixed the blank topic issue for digg API buttons

All future major updates regarding our WordPress plugins have been pushed back for a couple weeks due to time restraints.

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S-ButtonZ 1.1.1 Release

May 2nd, 2009

S-ButtonZ 1.1.1 Released

S-ButtonZ 1.1.1 addresses some emergency fixes for the digg API. Facebook share buttons have also been added in this release.

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S-ButtonZ 1.1.0 Released – WP Plugin

May 1st, 2009

S-ButtonZ 1.1.0 Released

S-ButtonZ 1.1.0 is now available with the new digg API. Some features with API usage include; custom CSS digg buttons and the new threshold setting.

The manual button positioning option is planned for a release date some time in May. Other items in the works are more social media buttons that everyone has been requesting and a new API driven category system for digg buttons. All future updates regarding digg will be released for both S-ButtonZ and diggZ-Et. I’d also like to point out that the current version of diggZ-Et’s settings are transferable to S-ButtonZ.

If you have any feature suggestions, new buttons you would like to see, or anything at all, feel free to head over to the RSWR feedback forum and post about it.


diggZ-ET 1.3.x Includes digg API

April 20th, 2009

diggZ-Et version 1.3.x now includes the digg API for further customization of your digg buttons. The Digg API features have many pros over using the regular JavaScript buttons. However, we didn’t want to remove the old JavaScript buttons entirely. Therefore, you will now have the option to use the regular JavaScript buttons or choose to use custom CSS API buttons.
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WP Plugin Creation “Saving Options”

April 13th, 2009

Most WordPress plugins, if not all, have options (also known as settings) that are stored in the blog’s MySQL database, ready to be called upon when needed. In this tutorial we will explore three different PHP methods to store options.
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