My new plugin

website trafficI can tell for sure that you came from wordpress.org. Not because I checked you referrer or something, just because… Well, see for yourself, this is the traffic graph of the day I released my WordPress plugin.

I’m sorry to disappoint you, but there is not yet anything to find about the plugin on this blog. But it’s the only public blog I have. Keep an eye on the menu, as soon as I find the courage to do so I’ll write something about it.


3 Responses to “My new plugin”

  1. June 20, 2009 at 5:17 am

    why do i have this error

    Fatal error: Class ‘WP_Widget’ not found in /home/padagata/public_html/wp-content/plugins/p2p-social-networker/P2PSN.php on line 88

    what can i do to fix this?

  2. 2 hewey1969
    June 20, 2009 at 6:52 am

    How does one add friends? The widget shows 0 friends, but there is no place to access settings, and no instructions anywhere for any shortcode. This is a great concept, but needs better documentation if it is to be useful to most users.
    My issue is that I installed and activated the plugin. Everything looks fine, except that I can’t find any place to access the plugin to add friends, invite, or do anything. The only thing I have is a widget that, once activated, tells me I have no friends… WordPress 2.8. Any suggestions??

  3. 3 pepijndevos
    June 20, 2009 at 9:50 am

    Sorry for the lack of documentation!
    You know, when you make something, everything looks so logical…

    This means you don’t have WordPress 2.8
    If there are a lot of people like you I might “downgrade” to the old way of writing widgets.

    When you’re loged in there should be a new place just above your posts.
    This shows you some rss feeds by default, but under actions there is a form for adding friends.
    Thank you for you’re feeback, I’d like to hear suggestions and improvements.

    Do you prefer shortcodes? The problem with them is that I have to find out the url where you posted the shortcode to submit my forms to 😉
    Where do you prefer to see things like friends, setting, feeds, etc? On the website, where they are now? On a special admin page? Or maybe a mix of both? I mean, the things you access the most on the front page, and the real settings on the admin.

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