Resources

This page lists all packages I have released so far through different sites like PHPClasses.org and Weberdev.com. Some of the following listed works are PHP classes, and rest are standalone applications which can be plugged into your site.

  1. Recently Updated Pages – WordPress plugin that allows you to list pages/posts those were recently updated.
  2. Feedback Extended – WordPress plugin that allows admin user to reply to feedbacks left from the admin panel.
  3. Grab Yahoo class – Grabs Yahoo address book, messenger list etc using PHP’s libcurl library.
  4. LinkMeIn class – Grabs LinkedIn contact list using PHP’s libcurl library.
  5. Myspace Profile Updater – Updates Myspace profile using PHP’s libcurl library.
  6. Guestbook Light – A simple guest book that uses file system to store and retrieve comments.
  7. Page Loader – Very basic way to show page loader using HTML and CSS

RecentlyUpdatedPages() {

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Discussion Board/Support Forum

This WordPress plugin allows user to create a sidebar widget that displays list of recently modified pages (and/or posts). It also supports shortcodes which can be used on any page (or post template) to display the last modified date of that page/post.

Current Stable Version 1.0.4

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FeedbackExtended() {

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Discussion Board/Support Forum

With Contact Form active under Jetpack (1.3 or higher) this plugin will add a new option in the “Feedback Management” area to reply to each message sent.

When a visitor send an email using the Contact Form, the message is sent to email of the site’s owner as well as stored under “Feedback Management” area. This plugin lets users to reply directly from WP Admin using nice text editor.

The emails are sent in HTML format and user can change the name and email address the mail will be sent from.

Current Stable Version 1.0.0

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GrabYahoo() {

Download from PHPClasses.org

LIVE Demo

Discussion Board/Support Forum

Grab Yahoo: This is a class written in PHP4. This class can be used to grab the address book, messenger list, number of unread mails and calendar entries of an Yahoo user.

It can authenticate in Yahoo with the user name and password of a given account. Then it can retrieve the contact lists from either the address book or the messenger friends. It can also tell the user how many unread mails are in the INBOX and fetch the calendar entries. The retrieved data is parsed and returned as arrays.

Version 1.4, Created 05/22/2006, Updated 02/06/2008

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LinkMeIn() {

/**
This class is currently unusable, because LinkedIn has placed a captcha validation on the page. I will try to update the class soon.
*/

Download from PHPClasses.org

LIVE Demo

Discussion Board/Support Forum

LinkMeIn: This is a class written in PHP4. This class can be used to retrieve the contact list of an user of the LinkedIn site. It access the LinkedIn site and authenticates on behalf of a given user. The class retrieves and parses the user contact list exported by the site in a format for Microsoft Outlook. The contact list may be returned as an array or served as the output of the current script in a RSS 2.0 format.

Version 1.0, Created 04/24/2007

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MyspaceProfileUpdater() {

/**
This class may not work properly because Myspace has updated the service a lot since this class was released.
*/

Download from PHPClasses.org

LIVE Demo

Discussion Board/Support Forum

Myspace Profile Updater: This is a class written in PHP4. This class can be used to update the profile of a MySpace user. It connects to the MySpace site and authenticates as a given user. The class retrieves the user profile fields and submit them with the new values.

Version 1.0, Created 04/09/2006

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2 thoughts on “Resources”

  1. I am using the plugin and find it useful. I would, however, use it in a complete way and not just inside a widget that will show on the cover, the last 5 pages updated.

    Let me explain: I would like to use the code in a post in such a way that allows me to view the last 30, 50 post edited.

    Is it possible?

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