F_WP_plugins_list : ma liste actuelle de plugins

A la demande de Fran6, voici la liste des plugins que j’utilise actuellement.

Quand c’est possible, je met le lien vers mon article sur le plugin.

Si je ne me trompe pas, cela fait 34 plugins. C’est beaucoup et j’en ai beaucoup d’inutilisé avec mon thème actuel. Cela dit mon blog s’affiche raisonnablement vite et en encore assez peu de requêtes (21 requêtes, un peu plus de 1 seconde). Le plugin qui devrait avoir la plus courte durée de vie dans cette liste est la shoutbox de Pierre.

J’étais très réticent à participer à ce « sondage » très blogosphérien mais finalement c’était assez utile, pour moi, de faire le point sur mes plugins et je suis sur que dans les listes des autres il y aura des perles intéressantes.

C’est aussi l’occasion de faire un peu de pub à des copain(e)s qui ont des sites qui tournent sous WordPress : Thèmes du net, cmic et blognoteur.


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  • Fran6 dit :

    Merci bien pour ta liste ! Je l’enregistre de suite !! 😉
    Bon week-end

  • Michelle dit :

    Merci!
    Ce wordpress-tuto m’est très utile, bourré de trucs et astuces in french 😉

  • Manu dit :

    Bonjour,

    en cherchant désespérément une méthode pour faire fonctionner « update today » je trouve le commentaire:

    un poison que je ne recommande pas

    Je trouve dommage que le commentaire ne figure pas dans l’article qui fait référence à ce même plugin 🙁

    Enfin cette critique n’enlève en rien l’excellent tuto qu’est le blog entier à mes yeux de débutants sur wp 😉

  • Manu dit :

    eh eh …

    précédent commentaire à 14h11, c’est dans des moments comme celui la que je savoure d’avoir passé des mois à apprendre le php tout seul dans un coin avant de passer à des scripts plus sophistiqués 🙂

    Je suis désolé de ne pas l’avoir mis sur une adresse visible de tous.

    En gros j’ai du réglé 2 problèmes pour pouvoir l’utiliser (update today).

    Il fait appel à une requête sur la base de donnée dont j’avais modifié le préfixe wptuto_ par un perso 🙁

    donc à la ligne 60 il faut si besoin modifier le préfixe dans la requête.

    Ensuite méga bug de « cannot modify header » qui (chez moi) était du à la présence d’espace dans le fichier téléchargé 🙁

    passage en revu de tout le fichier pour supprimer les espaces inutiles surtout avant et après les balises (ouvrante et fermante de php).

    Au final c’est du plus bel effet sur mon blog 🙂

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