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    • CommentAuthorevolosophy
    • CommentTimeJun 22nd 2010
    So I just installed Plogger and I'm wondering if there's any documentation for it anywhere? Maybe even a wiki someplace? I've already got several questions and such as:

    1. How do I enable captcha?

    2. How do I access site-specific data such as site title, site url, album name, etc. when creating a theme?

    3. Plogger's website lists caption updates using ajax, must this be enabled somwhere? If so, where?

    I'm sure these questions have been asked and answered already. If there are any docs you guys can point me to that would be great. :)

    • CommentAuthormichaelt
    • CommentTimeAug 25th 2010

    @evolsophy: if you peek inside of [your install dir]/plog-includes/plog-functions.php you might find some answers to #2.

    My question is when will some documentation be along? The code's clean, the templates are obvious -- but I'm worried that I may get stuck at some point. Again, able to do everything so far just fine (great UI/UX work -- very intuitive) and have been happily working on a theme based on the classic one but I'd hate to hit a wall that I can't see yet.

    I'd love to help format/clean-up/re-write any existing/upcoming docs if this would help get alive.
    • CommentAuthorboblennon
    • CommentTimeAug 26th 2010
    As I see it, Plogger doesn't have any detailled documentation either from a developer or an end user viewpoint.

    But you should recognize that it is Open Source software. That means that the code is there for you to use freely, but if you want to use or change it, then you have to write your own documentation and code.

    Sounds to me like thats a really nice deal, especially if you know how difficult it is to write this kind of functionality.
    • CommentAuthorboblennon
    • CommentTimeAug 26th 2010
    It would be even better if you would contribute this documentation in the same spirit that the developer contributed the code.l
    • CommentAuthorchewbears
    • CommentTimeAug 26th 2010
    read documentation = P you might see a similarity.
    • CommentAuthorboblennon
    • CommentTimeAug 27th 2010

    Sorry, but I can't decode your link to Are you suggesting a Get url of ?documentation=P in the link ?
    • CommentAuthorchewbears
    • CommentTimeAug 27th 2010
    oh no, lol inside thing, I don't think anyone still here has been around long enough to know what I meant : P