Descriptions

You can select a single template to be assigned by default to all posts belonging to a term.

Description of one of the tables of the WordPress database.

Description of one of the fields of a table of the WordPress database.

Description of a WordPress template tag function.

We could say that term groups resemble WordPress custom taxonomies, but there are lots of differences, and term groups are more flexible (and complex). Term groups are hierarchical and allow for multiple parentage. This means that any term group can be parent or children of any number of other term groups. A term can belong to any number of term groups, and a term can serve as index of a term group, meaning that the term will act as representation of the term group: the link to the term group will be that of the term. Term groups may have term group checktables, special meta boxes with the terms of the term group (including or not those of the children term groups), with many features of their own: Checktables can use thumbnails if available, terms may be hidden for a given checktable —rendering them unselectable—, may have preselected terms, have different hooks, may be read only or displayed only if certain term is selected, &c.). Also, term groups can use the same custom template for all terms in the term group, automatically add custom fields, & even more.

The ZYX Term Meta plugin allows any term (either category, post tag or any other) to have any number of parent terms, even if the term belongs to a non-hierarchical taxonomy.

The Termmeta Text is a replacement for the default Text widget which can be configured by custom settings per term.

The action hook {term_group}_checktable_before is called just before the checktable of the term_group is displayed. It passes the vars $post , $term_group , $post_terms.

A template tag that echoes a Flash clock with the indicated time. Useful to display the time of a post in a stylish way.

Description of a wide topic or subject not strictly in the other WordPress categories. This encloses, for instance, "doing X with Y in WordPress".

Capabilities indicate if a user (or role) can do a given task, access a given feature, etc.

Index of user capabilities (properties that mark what an user can or cannot do).

Here we keep track of the different releases and versions of WordPress.

Description of a WordPress sidebar widget.

The folder wp-content/plugins is the default folder for the WordPress® plugins.

The wp-includes folder contains all the files that are required in each request.

$wp_post_types is the global array that stores the post type objects.

The global variable $_wp_post_type_features stores the features enabled for the different post types as a boolean value of the index $_wp_post_type_features[post_type][feature].

This widget display a classical circular analog clock, with the user current time. (Right now, it doesn't allow to display "server time"). You can configure pretty much anything you want that you see in the widget.

The ZYX Classical Circular Clock is a plugin that allows for a widget, template tag and shortcode to display a Flash analog clock, extremely lightweight and configurable.

Fully localized, includes a sidebar widget, a template tag and a shortcode.

The ZYX Precise Places Plugin is a plugin based in the ZYX Term Meta framework (currently under development) which manages geographical and place-related terms.

The ZYX Term Meta plugin/framework adds a term metadata table and puts it to good use with a zillion features.

The full (and still growing) list of features of the ZYX Term Meta plugin/framework.

The ZYX Time Teller Terms is a term-meta based plugin which manages time: date, hour, year, year period, decade, century, age, aeon, millennium...