This method will set the values for your php.ini settings to whatever you set below. Remember you must change max_execution_time as well or the script will time out with big files.
Solution #2: Edit your .htaccess file
You can also edit your .htaccess file to acheive the above.
Solution #3: Create or Edit an existing PHP.INI file
Some hosts make you create a custom php.ini file like godaddy hosting, if you need to do this then create a file called php.ini and put the following in the file. Upload to the root directory of your wordpress installation. Or if you have total control of your php.ini file just change the following values.
SP Client Document manager for WordPress now has user groups for premium users, allow your users to collaborate on the same file space and projects. Create groups in admin and assign users to a group. All users of that group will be able to share files! Watch the video below for an example.
Project management now included free with Client Document Manager
We are happy to announce that the manage projects section is now included with the free version, we made this decision in an effort to add more features to the premium version and beef up the free version.
To take advantage of the new projects section update the SP Client Document Manager plugin and navigate to projects to create projects for users.
There is also a new setting which gives you the ability to allow users to create their own projects!
The projects area also has the ability to download an archive of a whole project.
Click here to download: http://smartypantsplugins.com/sp-client-document-manager/
Client Document Manager 1.1 thumbnail view released
With the new version of client document manager you can give your upload page a more “Windows” like feel. With large thumbnails for images and icons for the office suite and adobe suite this view will give your clients an easier interface they are already use to. The new version of CDM also offers the same features as previous versions including categories, statuses, project creation and file versioning. Check out the youtube video below to see the new thumbnail feature in action.
WordPress Rental & Application Manager Plugin Released
Smarty Plugins release a new plugin that allows you to manage apartment, development or house rentals.
Smarty Pants Rental Manager is a WordPress plugin that allows a rental agency to add listings to their WordPress powered website. The admin has the ability to add developments and add listings to those developments or freely add listings. Users can view listings and submit an application which is emailed to the desired email address. The admin can browse all applicants for a given property. More features coming soon stay tuned!
We released a brand new plugin that allows you to hook into your Mibew administration directly from WordPress!
SP Mibew Admin is a direct hook into your Mibew Live help installation. This will save you from operating two different control panels and will add a Mibew Admin link into your admin control panel with an auto login feature.
How to Translate Client Document Manager or any WordPress Plugin
Smarty Client Document Manager now includes a localization system so you can translate the plugin to your own language using .po files. PO files use gettext function and it is the way that WordPress handles all localization. I will explain a little bit below on how to translate our .po files. This tutorial will also serve as a way to translate any WordPress plugin to your own language!
First you want to open the smarty plugin directory and find the folder /languages/
Once PoEdit is installed double click on the default.po file and it should open up in PoEdit.
Now that the po file is open you want to go to File>Save as. The filename is very important, for this plugin you want to start the file with “sp-cdm” and end it with your locale code which can find here. For instance if i were creating a spanish language file I would name the file “sp-cdm-es_ES.po” . Click save and PoEdit will generate two files. a “.po” which is your translation file and a “.mo” which is for WordPress. Your files should look like this:
Now that you have created your file you can go through and edit your .po file and translate it! To translate a term just click on the term in top section, you will see the actual term in the middle section and you write your translated term in the bottom section. I filled out the first one below.
Go through each term and translate untill finished. Once complete go to File >Save and you are done!
The rest is done straight through WordPress wp-config.php file but if your translating this plugin then you know how to do this. Those that do not, just open your wp-config.php and change the
define(‘WPLANG’, ”); To your locale code. For Spanish your WPLANG would look like this:
Recently after looking at some of the plugin’s available I noticed some people including their own version of jquery or prototype. This is not how the plugin API was intended. WordPress comes with a bunch of useful scripts you can use without having to include in your plugin directly. The function is called wp_enqueue_script(). Here is the usage.