Some time ago I came across, a nice jQuery plug-in (jWYSIWYG) that turns regular html textareas into very simple WYSIWYG text editors.
At the time I thought that the plug-in would work really well replacing the normal WordPress comment boxes, and finally I found (made) a little free time to encapsulate jWYSIWYG jQuery plug-in into a simple WordPress plug-in, and you can see it in action on this site.
The plug-in is called Pretty Comments and is free for anyone to use.
- Please don’t use the comments for testing.
- All “Test” comments will be deleted.
- If you are asking for help please leave a link to your blog or most probably I won’t be able to help you.
This is a php5 library (two classes) I wrote to convert TrueType Font text into an image, using the GD library.
The project is hosted and can be downloaded from github: http://github.com/hayate/tic (it includes an example, documentation and some free fonts)
or using git:
git clone git://github.com/hayate/tic.git
Documentation is also available online here: http://www.andreabelvedere.com/docs/tic/
To extend the library to add support for other Font types just extend the TIC abstract class and implement the
See example below on how to use it:
* @file image.php
->setText('Hello World !')
->setBgColor(0x00, 0xff, 0xff)
->setFontColor(0x00, 0x00, 0x00)
Than in your html:
<img src="image.php" alt="TIC" />
That will output the following image:
The library is under the LGPL license, which means you can freely use it for commercial and non commercial applications, please post a comment for feedbacks, bugs, or links of projects where you have use it.