Info About This Plugin:
Orginally I released this plugin under a different name, WP Smileys. I wanted to have smileys for my posts and comments form for me and anyone to use. I found WP Grins by Alex King from here, but it was some what limited. I really didn’t like the default WordPress smilies and wanted to add more and better ones to the system. So that’s when I wanted to try to hack together so type of mod to the WP Grins plugin and in the long run, created my very own plugin that doesn’t resemble WP Grins at all! There are alot of features built into this plugin that just go beyond what WordPress and WP Grins has. First of all, all of the settings and options are set/managed via the Admin Panel, nothing at all is set in the plugins files so you don’t have to worry about having to edit the file(s) and screwing anything up. If you really want to, you can though change the layout of your Smileys Popup Page by editing the lmbbox-smileys-popup.php file in the lmbbox-smileys folder, more directions are in the readme.txt and the plugin’s files.
Using the LMB^Box Smileys Options Page, you can set the Minimum User Level to change and manage LMB^Box Smileys Settings, if to display Smileys in comments, if to add a button to the Comment Quicktags Toolbar (LMB^Box Comment Quicktags plugin), and what display settings for all of the Smileys Lists for both the Admin Write Pages and Comment Form Smileys Popup Page. In the LMB^Box Smileys Lists Management Page, you can set the path to the Smileys Images, the default Disabled Smiley Image, the Disabled Smiley Image Prefix, and you can add, edit, manage, and remove all of the Smileys Lists along with disabling any certain Smileys that you don’t what to be used in either the Admin Write Pages or Comment Form.
Just a Note: If you turn off the display of a Smileys List or disable a Smiley in a Smileys List or have the Display Smileys in Comments set to ‘No,’ then WordPress and LMB^Box Smileys plugin will not process and display that Smiley(s) Image(s) in either the post (if Admin Write Pages) and/or the comment (Comment Form). The only thing that will be displayed is the Smiley(s) Tag Code. Also if you do set Display Smileys in Comments to ‘No,’ then no Smileys Button will be displayed in the Comment Quicktags Toolbar (if add button to Comment Quicktags Toolbar is ‘Yes’ and LMB^Box Comment Quicktags plugin is activated) but if you manually added a link to the Smileys Popup Page, then that link will still be there of course but it would open a popup window and display an error.
I have just updated my LMB^Box Smileys plugin to version 3.2! This is the last of my house keeping updates for my plugins. Now LMB^Box Smileys validates XHTML 1.0 Transitional and has my new Plugin Version Notifier. The display code/layout and styles have been updated for the validation so please read the upgrade_readme.txt file for more details. This is from the readme.txt file in the Change Log section for 3.2:
Fixed Some Minor Code.
Fixed Any Validation Problems, Now Validates XHTML 1.0 Transitional.
Added Plugin Version Notifier.
For more information and downloading, please see the WordPress Plugin Directory.
You may download the new plugin below:
LMB^Box Smileys Version 3.2
Here are all of the old versions and releases of LMB^Box Smileys plugin. There really isn’t that big of a need for this part but I’d like to keep all versions avalible to everyone. Below are the links to the archives:
LMB^Box Smileys Version 3.1
LMB^Box Smileys Version 3.0
LMB^Box Smileys Version 2.8
LMB^Box Smileys Version 2.7.2
LMB^Box Smileys Version 2.7.1
LMB^Box Smileys Version 2.7
LMB^Box Smileys Version 2.6
LMB^Box Smileys Version 2.5
LMB^Box Smileys Version 2.4
LMB^Box Smileys Version 2.3
LMB^Box Smileys Version 2.2
LMB^Box Smileys Version 2.1
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Now I’m done talking about my LMB^Box Smileys plugin and it’s now time for you the reader and user to make the content. Please post comments below about any and all problems, ideas, thoughts, and feelings about my LMB^Box Smileys plugin. Thank you all for your support and help!