Font Awesome 4.1, was released last week, adding 71 new icons, including one for WordPress, Reddit, CodePen, Drupal, Joomla, Spotify, and others.
Font Awesome was originally designed for use with Bootstrap, which helped it to become popular, but was soon widely used outside of Bootstrap-based projects.
Now that a WordPress icon is included, the font will become even more useful for developers writing plugins and themes that make use of the icons. Some WordPress users have even requested WordPress post format icons to be added to a future release. This could potentially be very useful for theme developers but may not gain enough traction.
Font Awesome also comes with its own free CDN. The BootstrapCDN for Font Awesome, hosted by MaxCDN, is free for anyone to use. What are you waiting for update to 4.1 now!
I just wanted to share a few photos from a recent trip to the Peak District. What an amazing country the UK is!
Scheduled Content Plugin for WordPress is a plugin for easily scheduling content to be shown or hidden on set dates down to the hour and minute.
I first released this plugin over a year ago now; branded to an old company of mine, however with the recent update I have added some new features; as well as cleaned up the code. You will also see I have re-branded it to That Blogger.
It’s a simple plugin, but here’s what’s on offer:
- Allows shortcodes in the content
- Schedule show date
- Schedule show date inc time
- Schedule expiry date
- Schedule expiry date inc time
Here is a quick example of how to use the plugin. Just install and activate the plugin and wrap anything you want to schedule in a [schedule] tag.
[schedule on='2014-12-01' at="10:01" expon='2014-12-01' expat="13:15"] the content you want to hide here [/schedule]