HW Image Widget example

This is an example of the responsive, user friendly HW Image Widget available for WordPress 3.5 and up. Its free for download from WordPress.org.

Did you know it sports the TinyMCE WYSIWYG editor for the text?

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Development by Håkan Wennerberg

WordPress 4.0 support in HW Image Widget

WordPress 4.0 is just around the corner and to prepare for it, the HW Image Widget has been upgraded to support it. It also sports a few bug fixes and overall improvements.

See the changelog for HW Image Widget 4.0 on the WordPress.org plugin page and upgrade today.

Adding support for Carrington Build

HW Image Widget 3.0 is now available including support for usage in the Carrington Build plugin. Carrington Build allow you to create “widgetized pages” and is a great tool to add really dynamic pages into a site.

Generating time sortable, globally unique identifiers in PHP

In most projects we need to be able to generate unique identifiers. For single database or application server setups this is typically not a big deal. But when scaling out we need to make sure that identifiers are “globally unique”. In this post I will try to make a PHP implementation of such ID generator with influences from the Twitter Snowflake project.

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HW E-mail Sender WordPress plugin

HW Override Default Sender

By default, WordPress will use the wordpress@yourdomain.com e-mail address and “WordPress” as e-mail sender information for e-mails such as “user created”, “password reminders” and more. This is fairly anonymous and is probably not the sender for your e-mails that you want. It might even be the cause for e-mails “getting lost” or ending up in the spam folder.

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HW Image Widget 2.6 released

The WordPress plugin HW Image Widget 2.6 has been released into the wild. Its a small update that adds the “title”-attribute to the IMG-tag in the default template file. This causes most browsers to show the “title”-attribute value as a tooltip when hovering over it with a mouse.

Thanks to Steven Walker for the suggestion!

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HW Image Widget example

This is an example of the responsive, user friendly HW Image Widget available for WordPress 3.5 and up. Its free for download from WordPress.org.

Did you know it sports the TinyMCE WYSIWYG editor for the text?

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