It’s just a quick and easy password generator, don’t get too excited.
Hiya WordSpinner fans,
I’d like to say thank you to the thousands of people who have downloaded and used WordSpinner. As my first ever WordPress Plugin it means a lot to me that so many people find it as valuable as I do. With the release of WordPress 3.0 earlier this week, I thought something special was in order. So, without further adieu, I give you WordSpinner v2.0 – now fully capable of handeling a pretty much infinite number of levels of spinners (providing you use the correct syntax).
Get it here: http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wordspinner/
Enjoy, and please send me feedback or comment on this article if you have questions.
EDIT: Thanks to XWipeoutX for the performance improvement tweaks in 2.1, you rock!
UPDATE FOR WP 3.1.3: Now with shortcodes! You can now use shortcodes in your template files to spin extra things like Titles, Comments, and anything else you like! Details and syntax are on the settings page when you install / update the plugin.
Dear fellow Gmail users,
I’ve written a handly little sidebar widget because out of all the task management systems I use frequently, nothing really beats emailing myself in terms of making sure I’ll read something again when I move from work to home or vice versa.
Until now, that is.
I spent a bit of time yesterday rolling out a new version of Wordspinner for WordPress. Nothing much really, but now it comes with a widget that you can use to add spinnable text to sidebars without having to make a change to the wordpress text widget manually.
Grab it here: http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wordspinner/
And now, an update! *gasp*
I just finished putting the final little touches on an idea I’ve been kicking around for years. It’s just a little ap to visually build lists (or teams, etc). It’s got no database, no login/username requirements, and a very simple way to save the state of your workspace to come back to later.
The basic idea is that you can add things to the ‘table’ and then move them around as if they were scraps of paper. So if you’re in a WoW guild with 30+ active raiders and need a way to build 10man Ulduar teams, this is here to help you out.
Check it out, I’m pretty happy with it: Kythin’s WoW Teambuilder and Generic List Builder
And ofcourse if you like it enough to want to support my random programming project habbit, you can always buy me a beer!
I got a couple of emails about my last article about the free spinner code, and have made a rather spiffy plugin for WordPress that will do the same thing on any posts or pages on the site.
You can grab it here: http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wordspinner/
[[There’s, There is]] an example of what [[it, WordSpinner, Word Spinner]] does in this [[very,]] page. Hit refresh on your browser and see if you can [[tell,pick it]]!
See the included readme file for changelog and useage (it’s easy as pie).
UPDATE: 24th June 2010: BUG & PERFORMANCE FIX. Also, please now post questions at http://www.kythin.com/wordspinner2/
UPDATE 21st June 2010: Multiple Spinner support finally released!
UPDATE 26th Aug 2009: Just upgraded it to be compatible with 2.8.6