New plugin: WP JavaScript Error Logger

wp-javascript-error-log-overview-screen I just came home after visiting Front-Trends 2013 in Warsaw, Poland. A very nice conference, featuring nice weather, nice people, nice speakers, nice food, and finally pretty bad coffe. So… all in all: a very nice conference indeed. The opening talk of the conference was a presentation called “Know your errors” by Diogo Antunes, in which he spoke about the options you have to log the JavaScript errors that a visitor to your site may encounter. While viewing that presentation I though: hey, I wanna try this, and since I do WordPress websites the most easy solution would be to make a WordPress plugin out of it. So I did: http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wp-javascript-error-logger/ It’s a early version. But is seems to work. So I’m happy. Please try it and let me know what you think!

Give my WordPress Plugins some Review ♥

A new and nice feature over at the WordPress plugin directory is that you starting from this week finally can give your favorite plugin a review. Since I have a lot of plugins I would reeeeealy like to have some review. So if you use my plugins (and well.. like them!) please head over tot the plugin directory right away and give them a good and honest review.

My plugins are, in case you forgot:

WordPress snippet: Wrap teaser content with a div

This is a nice little snippet of code I wrote today for my domain simple-fields.com.

I wanted to be able to style to content before the “More tag”, using it as a teaser on a page. This solution wraps all content before the more-tag with a div with the class .entry-content-teaser, making it super simple to style it, like adding font-weight: bold to it.

Check out the code and copy, paste, fork, whatever: