The Code4Lib community is a group of computer programmers and library technologists who largely work for and with libraries. It started as a mailing list in the fall of 2003 when a group of library programmers decided to create an overarching community agnostic towards any particular language or technology. This resource provides access to Plugins for Anti-Spam Metadata Presentation URLs and Workflow.Anti-Spam*Akimset - Filters out spam-link comments based on their content *reCAPTCHA - Requires users to copy a distorted word before they can comment Metadata*COinS Quicktags Button - In the non-WYSIWYG editor can be used to build a basic COinS tag. This has been abandoned in favor of the generator at http://generator.ocoins.info/. *unAPI Server - Provides information about articles. Useful for Zotero users. Presentation*SyntaxHighlighter - Makes code pretty. *C4LJ Custom the_author()- Replaces the text returned by the_author() with the value of the author custom field. Necessary since articles are entered by their editors but we want author information to appear on the articles and in the syndication feeds. URLs*C4LJ Remove Parents - A customization of http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/remove-parents/. Prettifies category URLs so that issues appear at http://journal.code4lib.org/issues/issue1 instead of http://journal.code4lib.org/issues/issues/issue1. *FeedBurner FeedSmith - Redirects the main feed and the general comments feed to FeedBurner Workflow*Issue Manager - Enables one-click publishing of new issues and prevents articles from being published until their associated issue is published. *Role Manager - Allows creation of custom roles and editing of roles' permissions. Used to create the Reviewer role which can read Private articles so that authors can see their articles before publication and to prevent editors from publishing articles on accident.
Code4Lib Journal WordPress Customizations