File Time Monitor

File Time Monitor

About the File Time Monitor This plugin allows you to monitor the “Last Modified Time” of up to 20 files, at a glance – right from the WordPress Dashboard. If you are running regular imports (through WP All Import, WordPress Importer or similar), this handy tool lets you check on how update your source files are; and is great for diagnosing `cron` timing mismatches. Download File Time Monitor …or clone on GitHub Installation Upload `filetime-monitor` to the `/wp-content/plugins/` directory Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress Navigate to Settings => File Time Monitor to set which files to monitor Frequently Asked Questions Can this work on external files? If they are on the same physical / virtual server as your WordPress installation, yes. Can I monitor files over HTTP / HTTPS? No. PHP is NOT able to access / ascertain what time a file has been modified over HTTP(S) Can I monitor more than 20 files? Not in this version of the plugin. We’re working on an update that will allow virtually unlimited files though (stay tuned). Can I use relative paths Yes, but it’s not as reliable. We recommend absolute paths. How do I find an absolute path? Typically you can work this out by logging in to your website’s **Server Control Panel** (cPanel, Parallels, Odin, etc), and working through the file system, there. I have an idea to improve this plugin Awesome, please hit us up on Twitter, Facebook, or via the contact page. Screenshots Dashboard widget showing the times that monitored files have been updated Settings screen, where you note which files are to...
Bulk Postmeta Editor

Bulk Postmeta Editor

About the Bulk Postmeta Editor This easy-to-use plugin allows you to quickly and easily edit post meta values for almost any post type (including custom post types) Edit post meta as plain text, in textareas, as light-weight HTML or using the full WordPress WYSIWYG editor! From the first version, this has been designed for ease of use by site Contributors and Editors, but keeps settings reserved for Admin’s only. This gives site Adaministrators control over what less-privileged users can bulk edit. Download Bulk Postmeta Editor …or clone on GitHub Installation Upload `bulk-postmeta-edior` to the `/wp-content/plugins/` directory Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress Navigate to Bulk Edit => Settings to set up your first edit group Frequently Asked Questions Does this work on custom post types? Yes! This will work on just about any post type, including custom post types you have defined, or custom post types from other plugins. Can I edit ACF post meta fields? Yes! We’ve tested with Advanced Custom Fields (ACF), and it works well. Can I use this in a commercial project? Yes! We’re professional website builders ourselves, so go for it. If you’d like to send a credit our way, you’re welcome to; but it’s not *required*. I have an idea to improve this plugin Awesome, please hit us up on Twitter, Facebook, or the contact us page. Screenshots Add a new bulk edit key, in the settings section Review / delete bulk edit keys, in the settings section Bulk edit meta values using WordPress’ native WYSIWYG editor, complete with Media options Bulk edit meta values using WordPress’ native WYSIWYG editor...