re.place

re.place adds content filter wich searches in posts for specified patterns
(regular expressions) and replaces matches found with specified strings.

Author:Dmytro O. Redchuk (profile at wordpress.org)
WordPress version required:2.0.2
WordPress version tested:2.8.3
Plugin version:0.2.1
Added to WordPress repository:05-08-2008
Last updated:01-04-2010
Warning! This plugin has not been updated in over 2 years. It may no longer be maintained or supported and may have compatibility issues when used with more recent versions of WordPress.
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Plugin URI:http://brownian.org.ua/?page_id=61
Total downloads:5 362
Active installs:100+
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re.place is a module wich acts as a content filter. It searches for pre-defined regular expressions and replaces matches with pre-defined replacements.

It is possible to specify different replacements based on several "replacement restrictions" --- for authenticated users and guests, for pages and non-pages currently (see "Screenshots").

For example, you can implement the functionality of cross-linker module, while adding the possibility to insert "target" parameter, "rel=nofollow", style information, etc.

As another example, you can insert in your posts custom smiles or the like.

As another example, you can add custom markup to you blog, like Google(something) would insert link to http://www.google.com/search?q=something, TouTube(youtube_id) will insert <object ...>, wich displays that video, etc-etc. See "Other notes" for more examples.

You can replace http links with some other stuff for guests, leaving as is for authenticated users (see http://wordpress.org/support/topic/297405).

Every entry can have custom "order" number, so you can chain your replacements.

re.place stores entries in database.

Management GUI provided to list entries, add, edit or delete entries.

See changelog for some changes tracking.


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