Customizing the Payment Button Styles of the Stripe Payments Plugin

In this tutorial I am going to show you how you can customize the payment button styles of the Stripe Payments plugin. You can customize your button styling using “class” parameter of the shortcode. If it’s omitted, your button will retain the default style provided by Stripe: [accept_stripe_payment name=”Test Digital Item” price=”25″ url=”http://example.com/downloads/my-script.zip” button_text=”Buy Now”] […]

Adding Your Own Custom Fields in the Software License Manager Plugin

This is a tutorial for the Software License Manger plugin. This tutorial is aimed at advanced WordPress Plugin developers. Lets say, you want to create an extension or a custom plugin to add couple of extra fields to save some info with each of the license keys. Below is a guideline on how to do it.

WordPress Plugin to Allow ePUB file Uploads to Your WordPress Site

WordPress doesn’t allow you to upload ePUB file types to your site using the media library for security reasons. If you try to upload a file with .epub or .mobi file extension, it will just give you a URL to the attachment page (not the direct URL to the file). This plugin will remove the limitation […]

Hiding the Download URL of the File with Simple Download Monitor Plugin

The simple download monitor plugin has an option that you can use to keep the download URL of the file hidden. This can be useful if you are offering some password protected file downloads and you want to keep the actual URL of those files hidden.

WordPress Plugin – Cite the Source for Images Attached to Your WordPress Posts

WordPress is clever with data storage in that it likes to avoid redundancy. And since, arguably speaking, storing data like the content of posts, in a database is a handy thing, so is storing “other data” within the same field and table structure. While I (Keith here) don’t want to get into how databases are […]

CSS Tweaks for The WordPress Download Monitor Plugin

I will share a few CSS tweaks for the download monitor plugin in this tutorial (a few users have asked for it). You should use the Custom CSS plugin to insert these CSS tweaks in your site if you want to use it. The following code examples will give you a really good idea of how to go […]

Simple Download Monitor – A Great Way to Offer Files to Visitors

Simple Download Monitor is a WordPress plugin that lets you offer digital files to your visitors. In addition to managing your files, the plugin will also track the number of downloads by visitors. I have used a few different download management WordPress plugins over the years and I was impressed with how it works. It […]

WordPress Custom CSS Plugin

The WordPress Custom CSS plugin allows you to customize your WordPress site’s appearance by enabling you to easily add custom CSS code without ever having to modify your theme or plugin files. This is perfect for adding custom CSS tweaks to your site. WP Custom CSS plugin has an interface which accepts CSS code via […]

AJAX Comment Loading Plugin Fixed

Recently I wanted to use the Ajax Comment Loading Plugin (developed by Mark Jaquith) on one of my WordPress sites. The functionality that plugin offers is very nice but it turns out that the plugin doesn’t work for current version of WordPress anymore. I fixed the code a little to make it work with the […]

WP Far Future Expiration Plugin – Easily Add Far Future Expiration to Your Static Files

This plugin will allow you to easily add a “far future expiration” date for various static file types on your WordPress powered site to improve page load time (site speed). Adding far future expiry header to your static resources (images, js, css) can improve the site speed. If you are using a caching plugin like […]