Edu-pumkin II – The Bava
I had to make a hole in the back of Jim’s head to let some of the hot air out. Still needs some work though as the candle keeps going out.
1 You should see what Santa looks like in our house.
Do you use WordPress for teaching and learning? What plugins do you recommend for a multisite install? cc @brlamb @clintlalonde @jimgroom — George Veletsianos (@veletsianos) September 8, 2016 Sparked by a tweet, this is reposted from a conversation here (thanks to Alan) but I figured that much writing ought to also be a blog post. flickr photo shared by Internet Archive Book Images with no copyright restriction (Flickr Commons) And a pre-warning, I may have overdone this . . . . As a secondary warning, I may not give the best advice. Add grains of salt as needed. There seems to be two big buckets here for me. One is managing a large multisite and stuff around that. The other is plugins that are useful when helping people build educational things. Security/Management Be careful with security plugins associated with IP addresses (Jetpack got me early on, more on that later). That can turn bad very quickly if your school shares IPs etc. iframe related – I’ve done iframes via the plugin Alan mentioned but found that getting people to do that was a hassle, I wrote a little plugin that I activate blog by blog that adds a chunk of allowed iframe parameters to the kses file. This way they keep doing things the way they think they should and […]
Image from page 148 of “The Phynodderree, and other legends of the Isle of Man” (1882) flickr photo by Internet Archive Book Images shared with no copyright restriction (Flickr Commons) I do really enjoy being able to make stuff. Even if it’s not perfect. It’s really just so much fun. Mark Luetke wrote a really nice pluginTWO YEARS AGO!!! That means I haven’t had any technology help in roughly two years. Man. for us when he was here that helped faculty setup mother blogs. It requires FeedWordPress (FWP) to be active to work. This morning I had a faculty member who set everything up correctly except for FWP. It’s happened a few other times so I figured I’d do something about it. I’d seen plugins that warn you if you don’t have a required plugin working so I went that route first. The code below was lifted straight from this stackoverflow response and set to look for FWP. It was decent and functional but I felt like I could make the notification better which led down a winding road. Modal Popup This code is straight from this codepen.Noting a theme here? And the little child_plugin_notice function got a bit larger. ID FWP Then I thought it’d be neat if I could scroll them down to FWP when they closed the […]