When installing or upgrading a plugin in WordPress, you may get a message like this: Plugin could not be activated because it triggered a fatal error. The specifics may look something like this Fatal error: Access level to WPsite_Firebar_List_Table::get_table_classes() must be public (as in class WP_List_Table) in /xyz/wp-content/plugins/codecanyon-9861906-firebar-notification-bars-for-wordpress/admin/model/list-table.php on line 460 The error is likely due to an outdated version of WordPress. Upgrade to the latest version and your issue will hopefully be resolved
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I checked out a bunch of custom taxonomy plugins for WordPress. When it was all said and done my favorite plugin was: Custom Fields and Custom Post Types Management http://wordpress.org/plugins/types/The complete and reliable plugin for managing custom post types, custom taxonomy and custom fields. While it is a little hefty at ~6.8MB after uploading, it does the trick and is fully compatible with the latest WordPress version. Woot!
I initially had a problem with the Tweetily plugin, specifically there seemed to be an issue with connecting Tweetily and Twitter. UPDATE: I contacted the plugin author and he kindly suggested that I Reset Settings in Tweetily, in conjunction with other steps, that suggestion eventually worked for me. I have updated the steps below to reflect the new information @jdhodges can you try and click the reset settings button and then authorize again? — Flavio Martins (@flavmartins) June 18, 2013 Updated Tweetily
I chose to install the first plugin listed below, wp-useronline, but there are a bunch of options out there! WordPress › WP-UserOnline « WordPress Pluginshttp://wordpress.org/plugins/wp-useronline/This plugin enables you to display how many users are online on your WordPress site, with detailed statistics of where they are and who they are (Members/Guests/Search Bots). WP-UserOnline 2.50 Readmehttp://www.lesterchan.net/wordpress/readme/wp-useronline.htmlFeatures: » Enable you to display how many users are online on your WordPress blog with detailed statistics of where they are and who there are(Members/Guests/Search
While using the internal search feature on my blog recently, I realized how worthless it was. As an example, searching for ‘exede review‘ came up with a bunch of mildly relevant results but by far the most relevant search result was on the second page. Not good. Default WordPress search stinks The reason this happened is that by default WordPress sorts search results by date. So if you happen to have some recent posts that contain a keyword, they will come
Here are two plugin I am evaluating for use on a user-generated-content website: WordPress › Formidable Forms « WordPress Pluginshttp://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/formidable/Quickly and easily build forms with a simple drag-and-drop interface and in-place editing. There are dozens of form-building plugins out there to create forms, but most are… WordPress › AZIndex « WordPress Pluginshttp://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/azindex/screenshots/Stylish Indexes for your WordPress Blog. Create alphabetical indexes of your posts, with headings, subheadings, and descriptions, based on post title, Download Version 0.8.1 Both have some very cool