• WordPress
    Plugins,  WordPress

    TwitterCounter v1.6.1

    I’ve pushed through a minor update of my TwitterCounter WordPress plugin. TwitterCounter plugin allows you to integrate TwitterCounter.com buttons on your blog. Additionally, you can add the Twitter Widget to your blog, which shows which twitter users recently visited your blog or website. Manually add where you would like to display the badge / remote or use the WordPress sidebar widgets instead. This release fixes a potential CSRF vulnerability and also includes fixes for PHP in strict mode. If you’re already using TwitterCounter on your blog, then you can upgrade the plugin from within your WordPress interface itself. New users can get hold of the plugin here.

  • WordPress
    Plugins,  WordPress

    TwitterCounter WordPress Plugin v1.6

    I have released v1.6 of my TwitterCounter plugin for WordPress. The plugin allows you to integrate TwitterCounter.com badges on your blog to display the number of followers you have on Twitter. In addition to that you can display the TwitterCounter widget that allows you to track which twitter users are accessing your blog. Changes in v1.6 Modified: Plugin updated for new TwitterCounter buttons and widgets options Modified: Users now need to enter their Twitter IDs in the settings page for best results Modified: Updated WordPress widget for multiple instances In future versions of this plugin, I plan on adding support for basic statistics accessible via TwitterCounter API. You’ll be able…

  • Plugins,  WordPress

    TwitterCounter for WordPress updated to v1.4

    I have yet another new year gift to my readers and plugin users with the update of my TwitterCounter plugin for WordPress Allows you to integrate TwitterCounter.com badges on your blog. Additionally, you can add the Twitter Remote to your blog, which shows which twitter users recently visited your blog or website. The major change in this plugin is support for the new code available at TwitterCounter.com. You can now customize the foreground and background colors of the button. Additionally, you can customize the background color of the Remote. Read more and download TwitterCounter plugin for WordPress

  • Plugins,  WordPress

    L10n bug fixed in TwitterCounter plugin; Calling for translations

    You must have seen a few updates for TwitterCounter plugin popping up in your dashboard. For that I apologize. I’ve been struggling to fix the localization of the plugin and after much trial, I figured out it to be a really stupid bug. Anyway, things have been fixed for sure now and tested out as well. Thanks to Gianni who patiently assisted me in this. You already have two translations of TwitterCounter in the repository. The first is the Italian translation by Gianni and the second FatCow‘s Russian translation. As usual, if anyone is interested in translating TwitterCounter into another language, please contact me or simply send me the translated…

  • Plugins,  WordPress

    Now display the Big Bird with TwitterCounter WordPress plugin

    I have just updated my TwitterCounter plugin to incorporate the brand new TwitterCounter Big Bird button. I have also updated the plugin to use the new JavaScript code to display the button. I believe this is a lot more inline with changes that TwitterCounter will throw up. I had already added support for TwitterRemote which is a fantastic way of view which other TwitterCounter users frequent your blog. Future versions of the button will allow you to pass parameters to display various different types of buttons. I will also be adding support for display of the button right within your posts. Better internationalization support is also on the charts. If…

  • Plugins,  WordPress

    TwitterCounter Plugin – Now with Twitter Remote

    Want to display the number of followers you have on Twitter on your blog or website? Then TwitterCounter is a fantastic solution for this. Want to make installation of TwitterCounter badges on your blog a breeze? Then use my TwitterCounter Plugin. The latest update includes complete support for Twitter Remote. Twitter Remote is a unique way of displaying which twitter users recently visited your blog or website. The plugin will allow you to set all the settings from within WordPress Administration area itself. If you’re using sidebar widgets, you’ll find two available, one for the badge and another for the remote. I’ve also added uninstall support for the plugin and…

  • College,  Personal

    Room 103 – All Placed!

    Those of you following me on Twitter would have seen a status message that read: Room 103 is the first room in college to get placed. Akshat and me were place by November 25 and late last Thursday night, we got the good news that Aditya too was placed. In fact he’s got an excellent job with one of the highest salaries in campus 🙂 And, we are a hungry group. So, we booked a cab on Friday night and headed out to Stone Water Grill in Koregoan Park. This was recommended to us by a friend and it was a first visit to the place. Turned out to be…

  • Plugins,  WordPress

    TwitterCounter upgraded to 1.1

    I’ve upgraded the TwitterCounter plugin to version 1.1. This is a minor upgrade to fix the incorrect alt and title tags of the image being displayed. Hovering over the TwitterCounter button will now display the username as well. Those who already have the plugin installed will be able to upgrade from your plugins page in WP-Admin. Don’t know what TwitterCounter is? Read more about the plugin and download it.

  • Computers & Technology

    Do you Twitter?

    I signed up for Twitter a month back, but haven’t bothered to keep in touch with the program. Rishi told me today that he’s tracking my updates via Twitter, so am throwing up this question to all my readers if you Twitter. If you do, how do you update your status? Would you track my updates? You can add me at http://twitter.com/ajaydsouza Or simply send FOLLOW AJAYDSOUZA to [email protected] from your GTalk ID.

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