WpQrCode

WpQrCode

WpQrCode

Have you ever thought of adding qrcode to your wordpress site’s sidebar? Here is my 4th WordPress plugin – WpQrcode.This plugin can add qrcode widget to your wp sidebar.

This allows user to add a widget that generates QrCode for every page dynamically. Whenever a visitor visits the site the widget will show qrcode for current page that the visitor is visiting. User can add the widget with and without title, define the size of the qrcode, fill color and background color. If the user finds that widget is not working because of any problem with theme user can add custom HTML tag before and after the widget. Multiple widgets can be added same time.

Date Translator

Date Translator

DateTranslator

Date Translator is my 3rd WordPress Plugin.This plugin is used for display date in any language that user wants.WordPress may not available in your language but you can display date in your language in your WordPress site by using this plugin.

After writing about “Display Date in Any Language With PHP” I thought about to make a plugin like this.I have used the same technique to make this plugin that I described in that blog post.

 

Login Screen Manager

Login Screen Manager

Login Screen Manager

Login Screen Manager is a WordPress plugin for customizing the login page: wp-login.php. It has been downloaded over 13,000 times! (as of this writing, February 4, 2015)

Using Login Screen Manager in your WordPress site you can easily customize your login screen.You can add your own logo to the login screen,change styles and colors of the different elements of the login screen.You can add your custom css code.It has colorpicker so you don’t need to worry about the color codes.It also has shortcode feature.If you type %BLOG_URL% or %BLOG_NAME% in setting inputs it will replace those with your site url and site title.

Login Screen Manager
Admin Panel

Custom CSS

This is what I use in my custom css field to stylize my login screen :

/*Login Form*/
#loginform{
border-radius:5px;
box-shadow: 5px 5px 40px #C4C4C4;
}

/*Submit Button*/
#wp-submit{
background:#FFFFFF;
Color:#16A2DE;
border:none;
}

/*Navigation*/
#nav a:link,#nav a:visited{
Color:#16A2DE;
}

/*Back To Blog*/
#backtoblog a:link,#backtoblog a:visited{
Color:#16A2DE;
}

If Login Screen Manager can’t get the image size in your site use this code with height and with of you image in custom css:

.login h1 a{
height:YOUR LOGO HEIGHT!important;
width:YOUT LOGO WIDTH!important;
}