I received a request to make Thesography display EXIF upon hover over an image instead of just displaying as more text in the post. While I won’t include that kind of function in the plugin at this time (because I’m not sure how best to do it while maintaining a good amount of flexibility), I […]
Update 3rd April 2012: Thesis has multiple custom folder support for WordPress networks built in as of Thesis 1.8.3, so you no longer need the methods in this post. What’s up with Thesis and WPMU? Thesis has smart CSS Thesis by DIYthemes is big news these days so you’ve probably heard of it and have […]
In December I wrote about adding EXIF fields for geo locations to the image features already in WordPress. The first part of that post involved making changes to the WordPress file controlling image handling. They were simple changes, but annoying to have to change with every WP upgrade. After several months I have finally figured […]
Did you know that WordPress imports EXIF data from your images when they’re uploaded? If your image contains certain information (aperture, shutter speed, ISO, focal length, camera, creation time, credit, copyright, caption, title), it is in the database and you can use it as I do on my photoblog, Matt Mullenweg uses on his photo […]
I knew WordPress was customisable, but whenever I’ve had an idea that wasn’t an out-of-the-box function, I wasn’t able to execute it without the help of someone else’s plugin. As proof of my ongoing PHP learning, I managed to customise WP for my Haiku blog with custom functions and an RSS feed.