Plugins

Here’s a list of some of my WordPress plugins that I’ve made:

*WP Simple Insert – *A simple plugin to insert custom code into your WordPress blog posts and pages. You can use HTML/JavaScript/PHP code.

WP Simple Insert

I’ve created a simple WordPress plugin called WP Simple Insert, as the name says it’s a simple plugin which allows the user to insert custom HTML/PHP code into blog posts.

Features

  • *Allows custom PHP/HTML/JavaScript code to be inserted in blog posts and pages.
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  • Options to insert the code above or below post content.
  • Configure to hide code from home page, categories page or the archive page.

If you want to request a feature, simply email me or use the contact me form. I would surely include it in the next release if it’s good enough ;)

Screenshots

WP Simple Insert

Download

Download the latest version from wordpress.org.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Where can I report bugs or feature requests? – Use the Contact form above to report bugs or feature requests.

WordPress

Here’s a list of some of my WordPress plugins that I’ve made:

*WP Simple Insert – *A simple plugin to insert custom code into your WordPress blog posts and pages. You can use HTML/JavaScript/PHP code.

Spice Up Your Nokia Phone With The Ubuntu Font

Yes, I know, I’m living in the era of the ‘droid and I still have a Symbian phone (that too Symbian S60v5, when Symbian^3 has been released). Yes, I like to live old school :P

I have the Nokia 5233 (Pretty much the same as the Nokia 5800 and 5230 but lacking in some features)

Recently I’ve been thinking of customizing my phone, I’ve already added lots of new applications, like the SPB shell (it’s pretty cool and also available for Androids, it brings fun to the boring Symbian home screen) etc. etc. but something was missing in the end, something that would show that I’m a grade A Ubuntu fanboi :P an Ubuntu font!

So, I searched for a way to install custom fonts on Symbian and it’s pretty easy, no need to install an app or anything, just pure copy/paste. Let’s get started. Please note I’ve only given this a go in Nokia 5233, I’m sure it will work with similar ones like the 5800, 5230 and any other S60v5 device.

Follow these steps:

  1. Get the Ubuntu fonts archive from here or use the ones installed on your Ubuntu box.
  2. Extract the fonts to somewhere and choose which version of the font you will be using (no, you can’t use the whole font family, just one! Unless I happen to find another way :P)
  3. Make four copies of the font you wish to use on your phone (I used the regular one Ubuntu-R.ttf) and name the copies like this (Note the case): s60snr.ttf s60ssb.ttf s60tsb.ttf S60ZDIGI.ttf
  4. Connect your phone in Mass Storage mode and open the resource directory. Create a folder called fonts and copy the four files that you renamed to the fonts directory.
  5. Disconnect the phone from the PC and restart it (the phone that is, not the PC :P)

*NOTE: *To avoid any problems make sure you copy the fonts in your memory card, not the phone memory, since if something goes wrong you can just remove the memory card and the phone will work as normal.

If all goes well you will see your Ubuntu fonts everywhere on your phone, I didn’t get to test it much but I don’t think this will cause any problems, works perfectly on my phone.

Here are some screenshots of my phone with the Ubuntu font:

Give this a go if you have a Symbian device and tell me in the comments how it turned out (some pics would be awesome! :) )