Welcome to Geeklog Friday, May 24 2013 @ 09:44 AM EDT
The new version of Media Gallery WKZ plugin is available for download.
It is corresponding to Geeklog2.0.0 now, and some fixes are included.
Download the plugin from my site and have fun!
The Geeklog Usage Stats [GUS] Plugin 1.7.2 is now available for download.
Sorry for the quick turn around but there where a few fixes that needed to be addressed:
This is a recommended update for GUS 1.7.1.
The Geeklog Usage Stats [GUS] Plugin 1.7.1 is now available for download.
There are a 2 fixes with this version of GUS. These include:
The last version of GUS was released on April 9th, 2006. That is exactly 7 years ago (minus one day). The original author Andy Maloney has moved onto other projects and is no longer supporting the plugin. If you are interested in help improving the GUS plugin you can head over to its new home page to get more information on how you can help out.
Here are the updated 5 plugins that let you enjoy the new features and security patches.
As some code exploits were discovered in TimThumb script which is in all those plugins, it is ask to update as soon as possible. See Dowloads section.
Video Embed FCKeditor Plugin will allow you to easily insert embedded videos into your stories and static pages. Once installed, simply press the Video button on your editor toolbar to open Video Embed. Paste your embedded video string, select the alignment and then press INSERT and the video will be placed in the editor window.
How to install this plugin
Open Graph Protocol (OGP) plugin supports Open Graph Protocol(OGP) and allows you to run your Geeklog site in cooperation with web sites supporting OGP such as Facebook by producing <meta property="og:***" content="***"> tags.
Besides, the plugin allows you to display Facebook Like buttons and/or Facebook comments in your articles, static pages, calendar events, link categories, poll items and download files. You can set the kinds of contents in which to show Facebook Like button and/or Facebook comments in Configuration.
The new version of Maps plugin is available for download.
The development of three new features was sponsored by the University of Kyoto (Japan)
We can now export or import markers from one map to another or from one site to another via an csv file. Overlays allow to superimpose an image on the map which allows you to add content to the tool provided by google maps. The markers can be customized with a picture.
Finally, so far all the markers were grouped in a cluster to increase display performance. Now we can choose (in the config) to display all markers regardless of the zoom of the map.
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