The last post was first edited and published using Live Writer and there was a problem showing the code in multiple rows. At first I thought is was caused by the absence of <p></p> outside the
part. However, even after I added the <p></p> did it not show what I wanted. (<—Any grammar mistake in this sentence?)So I logged in from the website and edited again with the built-in editor. Everything worked and I realized who is to blame.
BTW, I’ve been using a plugin called “wp-code” to show program code in post previously. Now I have changed it to “syntax highlighter” which is really powerful.
之前说到可以用WP Greeting Box来识别来客来源网站，这次则是截然相反的代码。作用便是鼓励读者将文章推荐到各大社交网站进行分享。起初我是用的”Simple Social Network Bookmark”这个插件的，结果在目前的主题上出现了错误，使得侧边栏被移动到了最下方。于是无奈只好自己动手修改代码。已有的这个插件颇有些借鉴价值，于是俺就将其中的分享链接部分提取了出来，却不知道该放在哪里。经过一番股沟搜查，发现主题目录下的single.php是关键，于是在tag之后添加了如下代码：
The code below adds the ability of bookmarking the current post to popular Social Network Sites(SNS) to the blog. You can put it in to the single.php file in the directory of your theme. The code was originated in a plugin called ”Simple Social Network Bookmark”. However, this plugin had some collision with my theme so I rewrote it and the effect is shown after this article. The path of the images may vary for different image sources.
This website is currently hosted in a free host in funpic.de. To be frank, this is a good host because it offers 5GB space and unlimited bandwidth, FTP account, MySQL database and domain name(Expected through test.) The site is in German but that dosn’t really matter after using Google translate. However, I have spent several days on this website and finally it seems to be on its way. I struggled during the process and found several problems, the cause is probably the hidden advertise that funpic adds to every page. The code is as follows:
This plugin show specific greetings automatically to visitors from other site. For example, if the visitor came from Google searching engine, the greeting would be like “Welcome Googler! If you find this post useful, you might want to subscribe…”. It makes the site more personalized and friendly. You may also win some regular visitors to you website or get popular among social websites.
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This application is really interesting, it enables me to preview my post using the theme I uses. The title part is good-looking but the contents have no background colour. However, it is much more convenient for me to post using live writer rather than logging in to my site each time.
As I’ve only started using WordPress for few days, it seems that there are many things to work on.
I’ve came across many blogs to learn about posting and arranging the layout and found that most of them are displaying excerpts rather than the original article on their homepage. This is surely a good idea because:
The purpose of this post is to test adding video to the post. However, you can also enjoy it.
Hatsune Miku is a software generated 3D cartoon character who is known throughout the world. The reason for her advent is because of VOCALOID, a singing synthesizer application. The company who made this application is called Yamaha Corporation and they created a group of virtual singers with Miku being the main mascot. She is also known as “MiKu Leekspin” because she was twirling a leek in her hand when she first appeared in the promotional animation of the software.
To make the story short, here’s the video of the hologram of Miku in a live.
When I was trying to install some plugins, I got an error massage like this:
Downloading install package from ******.zip
Unpacking the package.
Parse error: syntax error, unexpected $end in ***/wp-admin/includes/class-pclzip.php on line 4128
It seems that the wordpress that I used can not cope with the zip file. So I tried to download and unzip the zip manually. After the extractd files were uploaded, the plugin was found in the plugin list and is available to be activated.
This is not a good solution because I would need to do a lot of extra work to enable a single plugin. Then I googled it and found that a number of people is suffering the same problem and almost no one’s got the solution.
Therefore I made a small attempt copying the class-pclzip.php file from wordpress 2.9 and replaced the same file in 3.0.1. That did the trick and now every thing seems to be alright.
I guess there might be someone else who is having the same problem and hope that this post may offer a little help.