Input formats, the wonder of WordPress 3.1

One of the novelties that we will find in the future version of WordPress 3.1 will be the input formats a way to apply custom styles from the theme to different types of publications that we generate with WordPress, something that I consider the natural evolution of the input types .

For this, the input formats are already being introduced in the trac of which at the moment we have …

  • aside – Normally untitled, the famous miniposts, as an update on Facebook or Twitter or in the theme Prologue (or P2)
  • chat – Transcripts of chat
  • gallery – Image galleries
  • link – When they are simply links to other sites
  • image – When only one image is published
  • quote – Dating
  • status – An ac short status update, limited to 140 characters as in Twitter. In this case I see it as redundant with the "aside" format
  • video – When a video is just published

It has also been indicated to add the "audio" formats, for podcasts or similar, and "code" for those small pieces of programming that, here for example, are shared with the readers.

The interface of the input formats will be more or less like this …

As you can see, you can define the input format in the editor and, later, in the ticket management screen will be identified. However Matt does not like to appear as one more line in the publishing widget, so it's not definitive.

Adding input format support is as simple as adding a line like the following to file ' functions.php ' of your theme:

The input formats, or " post formats ", will require updates to our favorite themes, which will add to their current virtues the inclusion of special CSS classes for each type of input format, taking WordPress themes to a higher level. There will also be whoever sounds like this Tumblr call it what you want, in the end is to offer more options to have a more complete WordPress.

Personally I think it's a fantastic idea, that leads WordPress to another level of personalization and much superior design .

NOTICE : this publication is from two years ago or more. If it's a code or a plugin it might not work in the latest versions of WordPress, and if it's a news story it might be obsolete. Then do not say we have not warned you.

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Private messaging in WordPress

It is clear in advance that I am totally against the use of private messaging in blogs and if you hurry me too in forums , but I understand that there are many people who want to offer this type of service to their readers with what – notice – part of the conversation that is encouraged in the blog is lost. I said!

Well, having made the statement of complaint on my part here I leave a few systems to offer private messaging in WordPress something you do not expect from a server, if you want to say something to you have the comments 😉

User Messages – Great plugin that, despite having stopped its development, is a very complete messaging system among users from the pages of your site.

PM for WordPress – Simple but effective internal messaging system between users

WP private messages – Very similar to the previous one, allows messaging from subscribers to the administrator.

Cartpauj PM – Unlike the previous two, and similar to the first, this plugin offers a messaging system from the visible part of your site, not from the desktop.

Semi-private comments – Est e is a different system, what it offers is to mark certain comments as "semi-private", so that only you and the administrator (this always, of course) can see certain comments.

If you do not like these, you can also use PHPfreeChat which, in addition to chat functionality, offers private messaging.

And, of course, you can offer this kind of functionality with the mother of all plugins, BuddyPress which offer natively private messaging between users, as part of their social network system.

NOTICE : this publication is from two years ago or more. If it's a code or a plugin it might not work in the latest versions of WordPress, and if it's a news story it might be obsolete. Then do not say we have not warned you.

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Blog Day 2009 • WordPress Help

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As last year this year I am also proud to participate in the Blog Day .

There are many activities, and I will participate in some of them, which I hope you attend to make it more enjoyable. These are:

SUNDAY, AUGUST 30

VIDEO-CONVERSATORIES

Pablo Bongiovanni : "Web 2.0 and education model 2010"

Argentina and Uruguay: 11h00 / Bolivia, Chile, Cuba, Paraguay , Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic and Venezuela: 10h00 Colombia, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru: 09h00 / El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Costa Rica: 08h00 / Spain: 16h00

Borja Ventura : "Blogs and media, a new scenario of communication "

Argentina and Uruguay: 12h00 / Bolivia, Chile, Cuba, Paraguay, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic and Venezuela: 11am Colombia, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru: 10h00 / El Salvador , Guatemala, Honduras and Costa Rica: 09h00 / Spain: 17h00

Fernando Tellado : "Blogs, Twitter or Social Networks?" (To be held in TinyChat )

Argentina and Uruguay : 12h30 / Bolivia, Chile, Cuba, Paraguay, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic and Venezuela: 11h30 Colombia, Ecuador , Nicaragua, Panama, Peru: 10h30 / El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Costa Rica: 09h30 / Spain: 17h30

WORKSHOPS

Blog Creation

(Pablo Pérez Cahuenas)

* to be confirmed [19659052] Argentina and Uruguay: 15h30 / Bolivia, Chile, Cuba, Paraguay, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic and Venezuela: 2:30 p.m. Colombia, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru: 13h30 / El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Costa Rica: 12h30 / Spain: 8:30 pm

Podcasting

(Iván Lasso)

Argentina and Uruguay: 4:00 pm / Bolivia, Chile, Cuba, Paraguay, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic and Venezuela: 3:00 pm Colombia, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru: 14h00 / El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Costa Rica: 13h00 / Spain: 21h00

Microblogging

(Paúl Barahona)

Argentina and Uruguay: 17h00 / Bolivia, Chile, Cuba, Paraguay, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic and Venezuela: 4:00 pm Colombia, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru: 3pm / El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Costa Rica: 2pm / Spain: 10pm

Optimization of blogs and SEO Power your blog!

(Fernando Tellado) [19659039] Argentina and Uruguay: 13h30 / Bolivia, Chile, Cuba, Paraguay, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic and Venezuela: 12h30 / Colombia, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru: 11h30 / El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Costa Rica : 10h30 / Spain: 18h30

Tools for coverage of live events on the Internet

(Paúl Barahona)

Argentina and Uruguay: 14h00 / Bolivia, Chile, Cuba, Paraguay, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic and Venezuela: 13h00 Colombia, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru: 12h00 / El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Costa Rica: 11h00 / Spain: 19h00

The use of the blog and other virtual resources in the digitized classroom

(Cristina Velázquez)

Argentina and Uruguay: 12h30 / Bolivia, Chile, Cuba, Paraguay, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic and Venezuela: 11h30 Colombia, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru: 10h30 / El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Costa Rica: 09h30 / Spain: 17h30

E-learning

(Edgardo Lurig & Pablo Bongiovanni)

Argentina and Uruguay: 4:30 pm / Bolivia, Chile, Cuba, Paraguay, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic and Venezuela: 3:30 pm Colombia, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Panama , Peru: 14h30 / El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Costa Rica: 13h30 / Spain: 19h30

Web 2.0

(Pablo Bongiovanni & Edgardo Lurig)

Argentina and Uruguay: 12h00 / Bolivia, Chile , Cuba, Paraguay, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic and Venezuela: 11h00 Colombia, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru: 10h00 / El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Costa Rica: 09h00 / Spain: 17h00

Cyberactivism: social participation in Internet Times

(Damián Profeta)

Argentina and Uruguay: 13h00 / B olivia, Chile, Cuba, Paraguay, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic and Venezuela: 12h00 Colombia, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru: 11h00 / El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Costa Rica: 10h00 / Spain: 18h00

Podcasting: A new marketing tool

(Enrique Figueroa)

Argentina and Uruguay: 15h00 / Bolivia, Chile, Cuba, Paraguay, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic and Venezuela: 14h00 Colombia, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru: 13h00 / El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Costa Rica: 12h00 / Spain: 20h00

Breaking the bubble: from the geek audience to the mass media with your blog

(Alfredo Velazco)

* to confirm time
Argentina and Uruguay: 5:30 pm / Bolivia, Chile, Cuba, Paraguay, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic and Venezuela: 4:30 pm Colombia, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru: 3:30 pm / El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Costa Rica: 14h30 / Spain: 22h30

SPECIAL ACTIVITIES

Guest: Edita Martinu zzi, 84-year-old blogger

"Digital divide, one inclusion case"

* to confirm time
Argentina and Uruguay: 12h00 / Bolivia, Chile, Cuba, Paraguay, Puerto Rico, Rep. Domunicana and Venezuela: 11h00 Colombia, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru: 10h00 / El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Costa Rica: 09h00 / Spain: 17h00

Talk with the team " Without a future and without a hard "

* to confirm time
Argentina and Uruguay: 13h00 / Bolivia, Chile, Cuba, Paraguay, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic and Venezuela: 12h00 Colombia, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru: 11h00 / El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Costa Rica: 10h00 / Spain: 18h00

MONDAY, AUGUST 31

VIDEO-CONVERSATION

Tíscar Lara : " Digital culture and learning in Network: peer collaboration and open knowledge production "

Argentina and Uruguay: 11h00 / Bolivia, Chile, Cub a, Paraguay, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic and Venezuela: 10h00 Colombia, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru: 09h00 / El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Costa Rica: 08h00 / Spain: 16h00

Edgardo Lurig : "Current Trends in E-learning"

Santa Fe Catholic University UCSF (Argentina)

Argentina and Uruguay: 17h00 / Bolivia, Chile, Cuba, Paraguay , Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic and Venezuela: 4pm Colombia, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru: 3pm / El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Costa Rica: 2pm / Spain: 10pm

Octavio Islands : "Web 2.0: The revolution of human sociability "

Tecnológico de Monterrey ITESM (Mexico)

Argentina and Uruguay: 12h00 / Bolivia, Chile, Cuba , Paraguay, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic and Venezuela: 11am Colombia, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru: 10h00 / El Salvad or, Guatemala, Honduras and Costa Rica: 09h00 / Spain: 17h00

Patricia Pacheco: "Intellectual Property on the Internet"

Universidad Técnica Particular de Loja UTPL (Ecuador)

Argentina and Uruguay: 6:00 pm / Bolivia, Chile, Cuba, Paraguay, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic and Venezuela: 5:00 pm Colombia, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru: 4:00 pm / El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Costa Rica: 3:00 pm / Spain: 23h00

ROUND TABLE

"Share your experience and learn about blogs"

Universidad Técnica Particular de Loja UTPL (Ecuador)

Argentina and Uruguay: 19h00 / Bolivia, Chile, Cuba, Paraguay, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic and Venezuela: 18h00 Colombia, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru: 5:00 pm / El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Costa Rica: 4:00 pm / Spain: 00:00

"Web 2.0: prosumers and digital communications " [19459] 075]

Tecnológico de Monterrey ITESM (Mexico)

Argentina and Uruguay: 13h00 / Bolivia, Chile, Cuba, Paraguay, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic and Venezuela: 12h00 Colombia, Ecuador, Nicaragua , Panama, Peru: 11h00 / El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Costa Rica: 10h00 / Spain: 18h00

SPECIAL ACTIVITIES

Live program of Tecnodatum Kit : "Monetarization of BLogs "

Argentina and Uruguay: 00h00 / Bolivia, Chile, Cuba, Paraguay, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic and Venezuela: 23h00 Colombia, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru: 22h00 / El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Costa Rica: 21h00 / Spain: 05h00

NOTICE : this publication is from two years ago or more. If it's a code or a plugin it might not work in the latest versions of WordPress, and if it's a news story it might be obsolete. Then do not say we have not warned you.

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Gtalk in your Blog

 talk_logo If you want to have a direct communication with your visitors and live, now you can resort to a new service of Google called " Gtalk chatback badge " .

 gtakweb_vailable The subject is quite simple, Google gives you a code to place it in your web or blog and from that moment, when you put your status as connected in GTalk your users will see it and can chat with you via web.

 gtalkweb_notoy You have several code formats available: with frames, without frames, with logo, without logo, …

If you were available, the user would simply have to click on the link and we will get a message on GTalk with a URL to press if qu  gtalkweb_chat we will chat with that person to. That's right, they do not tell us who the person is as he appears as a guest. The chat both ours and yours is via web not through your own GTalk .

There are still many things to be nuanced, such as the design of the chat, and as we are always badly used by [19659023] Google is an excellent service. Yes, remember that in order to use this service you must have a GMail account and use GTalk .

You know, if you want to have direct contact with your visitors, [19659005] " Gtalk chatback badge " is your service.

Link | Gtalk chatback badge

Via | Bdebloggers

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How to put a Chat on your blog

Gabbly is a web service that allows to integrate a chat for the readers of a web or blog.

The process is very simple, you just have to add http: / /gabbly.com before the URL of your blog so that your readers can see it but with an additional window from which to chat with all the readers who are watching your blog at that moment. Your URL would look something like http://gabbly.com/miblog.com or even http://gabbly.com/miblog.wordpress.com if you have your blog in ] WordPress.com . Once activated you can place the chat window as a dock on the side or bottom of your browser or as a separate window that you can even put transparent.

If you also want to customize your nickname ( by default you will be gabber # ## ) you just have to register on the Gabbly website .