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Tooltip for the login form

The “reset Password form” is sometimes confusing for newcomers. Here a easy way to add tool tips to the password field and the reset password button. I inserted this function in a custom plugin. References: https://codex.wordpress.org/Customizing_the_Login_Form https://www.cssigniter.com/how-to-add-custom-fields-to-the-wordpress-registration-form/ https://atomiks.github.io/tippyjs/


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Howto: Using Shortcodes in Pods Templates

By default including a shortcode within a Pods shortcode (nesting it within the โ€œpodsโ€ shortcode or building a shortcode within a Pods Template or Custom Template with Magic Tags) will not work. If you need this functionality to work, you need to include the following constant in your wp_config.php file: If you need to parse a… Continue reading Howto: Using Shortcodes in Pods Templates

WP Plugins used to migrate

Following Plugins helped by the migration from Drupal and MediaWiki to WP Pods โ€“ Provides many functions similar as Drupal content Types, Fields and Views Post Views Counter โ€“ similar to statistics/Page views from Drupal Groups partly provide functions similar to the Content Access Module and Drupalโ€™s core Permissions/Roles, Users Menus Hide/show menus depending on roles. PHPEnkoder โ€“ Hide email addresses… Continue reading WP Plugins used to migrate

Howto: Restricted custom field access with Pods

Example: Display the description of  videos for everyone, but optionally restrict the acces to the video. 1. define in the Pod videoliste a video custom field (video) and a YEs/NO custom field (free). 2. define a template to list the videos: videotempl (Using Shortcodes in Pods Templates) 3. Insert in functions.php the restricted_video function: 4.… Continue reading Howto: Restricted custom field access with Pods