Plugin nebyl testován na 3 nejnovějších verzích WordPressu. Nemusí už být tedy podporován a u novějších verzí WordPressu může mít problémy s kompatibilitou a může být nestabilní.

Badges

Popis

Display „Badges“ (which are really no more than HTML snippets) from a set of files in a specified directory off the root of the blog. The directory will default to „./badges“ and the Zip file contains both that directory as well as a „Sample“ badge.

Using the Widget you can choose whether to:

  1. enable „Display Badge in a Box“ (enabled by default, uses internal CSS)
  2. enable „Display a Drop-Shadow“ (probably best used with „Box Mode“)

as well as

  1. decide whether you would like to use a Title
  2. define the directory of the badges.

Snímky obrazovky

  • Configuring the widget to read badges from damn-badges and display them as "Badges".
  • The default configuration of the widget, displaying the default path (badges).
  • Badges displayed Padded and Boxed, but with Drop-Shadows disabled.

Instalace

Install

  1. Unzip the badges.zip file.
  2. Upload badges.php to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory.
  3. Activate the plugin through the ‚Plugins‘ menu in WordPress.
  4. Use the „Badges“ widget.

Upgrade

  1. Follow your normal installation process
  2. Open the Widget Control Panel for „Badges“ and confirm settings.
  3. Sit back and enjoy…

Use the WordPress Plug-in System

  1. Select „Upgrade and Activate“
  2. Congratulate yourself on a sterling job.

Nejčastější dotazy

Which naming convention is used for the badges

All badges needs to be named XXname.inc, where „XX“ is a number (used to determine ordering) and the „.inc“ is required.

What is the format of the „Badge“ files?

You could view the included „demo“ file: 00testbadge.inc, but here’s another, slightly simpler, example:

<!-- Support CC -->
<div id="badge-supportcc-inner" onclick="location.href='http://creativecommons.org';" style="cursor: pointer;">
<img width=88 height=31 alt="http://creativecommons.org" title="Support the Creative Commons!"
    src="http://creativecommons.org/images/support/2010/cc-support.png" />
<br />
    Support the Creative Commons!
</div>
<!-- /Support CC -->
How do I style the badges using CSS?

Quite simply by using the div.badgegroup class to style a set of badges. To style them individually, use the div.badge class.

How do I limit the styling to a set of badges?

Look for the relevant „Badge Group’s“ ID and then use the div#badge-ID > div.badge CSS selector.

How do I style a single badge?

Easiest yet: every badge gets a unique ID generated by the plug-in based on the badge’s file-name and the directory. Simply use that (you’ll have to inspect the source to see what the id is; by example the ID generated by my Site-Licence badge is „badge-damn-licencing-licencing“).

Recenze

Pro tento plugin nejsou žádné recenze.

Autoři

Badges je otevřený software. Následující lidé přispěli k vývoji tohoto pluginu.

Spolupracovníci

Přeložte “Badges” do svého jazyka.

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Přehled změn

2.3

  • Give groupings of badges a different class than badges

2.2

  • Moved to a ‚<div>‘ based layout instead of using Lists
  • Split Boxing and Padding into two separate options

2.1

  • Fixed the HTML generated to be cleaner and identify the badge class better
  • Simplified the examples slightly

2.0

  • Cosmetic changes
  • Added (better) examples to the documentation

1.0

  • Initial Public Release