WordPress plugin: Remove “Comments are closed”

On posts where comments are closed, the plugin will remove the text ‘Comments are closed.’ The plugin supports any languages/text domains, and will remove the text from themes and plugins.

Prerequisite: Since the plugin is filtering gettext, your theme/plugin must be localized.

The plugin is available in the WordPress plugin directory

View the plugin source code

Front-end editor in WordPress 3.3 is easy

Update: Things will have to change, TinyMCE 4.0 is in core:

  • New UI and UI API.
  • New theme.
  • Revamped events system/API.
  • Better code quality, readability and build process.
  • Lots of (inline) documentation.
  • And generally many improvements everywhere.

TinyMCE 4.0

  1. Highlights
  2. Demos

Thanks to sushkov, WordPress 3.4 adds support for DFW (Distraction Free Writing) on the front-end. See the example below.

Thanks to the work done by Andrew Ozz et al., adding a front-end editor in WordPress 3.3 is very simple. If you’re not into creating your own plugins, head over to wpmu.org, they have a great list of 10 front-end editing plugins.

Syntax:

View the wp_editor() examples