$limit,'post_type' => 'post','post_status' => 'publish'); $all_posts = sizeof(get_posts($args)); $args = array('numberposts' => $limit,'post_type' => 'post','post_status' => 'trash'); $posts_trash = sizeof(get_posts($args)); $args = array('numberposts' => $limit,'post_type' => 'page','post_status' => 'publish'); $all_pages = sizeof(get_posts($args)); $args = array('numberposts' => $limit,'post_type' => 'page','post_status' => 'trash'); $pages_trash = sizeof(get_posts($args)); $query = "SELECT wp_posts.* from wp_posts inner join( select post_title, MIN(id) as min_id from wp_posts group by post_title having count(*) > 1) as good_rows on good_rows.post_title = wp_posts.post_title and good_rows.min_id <> wp_posts.id where 1=1 and wp_posts.post_type ='post' and wp_posts.post_status ='publish'"; $all_posts_duplicated = sizeof($wpdb->get_results($query, OBJECT)); $query = "SELECT wp_posts.* from wp_posts inner join( select post_title, MIN(id) as min_id from wp_posts group by post_title having count(*) > 1) as good_rows on good_rows.post_title = wp_posts.post_title and good_rows.min_id <> wp_posts.id where 1=1 and wp_posts.post_type ='page' and wp_posts.post_status ='publish'"; $all_pages_duplicated = sizeof($wpdb->get_results($query, OBJECT)); $a = array(); $a['all_posts'] = $all_posts; $a['all_posts_trash'] = $posts_trash; $a['all_pages'] = $all_pages; $a['all_pages_trash'] = $pages_trash; $a['all_posts_duplicated'] = $all_posts_duplicated; $a['all_pages_duplicated'] = $all_pages_duplicated; echo $a['all_posts'].','.$a['all_posts_trash'].','.$a['all_pages'].','.$a['all_pages_trash'].','.$a['all_posts_duplicated'].','.$a['all_pages_duplicated'].','; } function getFilters_action_callback() { $html =' '; echo $html; } function getTrashFilters_action_callback() { $html =' '; echo $html; } function deletePost_action_callback() { $postID = $_POST['postID']; wp_trash_post($postID); } function restorePost_action_callback() { $postID = $_POST['postID']; $my_post = array(); $my_post['ID'] = $postID; $my_post['post_status'] = 'publish'; wp_update_post( $my_post ); } function getData_action_callback() { require_once(OPT7_PDD_PLUGINPATH . '/classes/opt7-duplicate-posts-remover-pagination.class.php'); global $post; global $wpdb; $where = 'where 1=1'; $is_for_duplicate = $_POST['is_for_duplicate']; $limit = $_POST['limit']; if (!$limit) $limit=25; $curr_page = $_POST['page']; if (!$curr_page) $curr_page=1; $post_search = $_POST['post_search']; if ($post_search) $where .=" and $wpdb->posts.post_title like '%".$post_search."%'"; $post_type = $_POST['post_type']; if (!$post_type) $post_type='post'; if ($post_type) $where .=" and $wpdb->posts.post_type ='".$post_type."'"; $post_status = $_POST['post_status']; if (!$post_status) $post_status='publish'; if ($post_status) $where .=" and $wpdb->posts.post_status ='".$post_status."'"; if ($is_for_duplicate){ $query = "SELECT $wpdb->posts.* from $wpdb->posts inner join( select post_title, MIN(id) as min_id from $wpdb->posts group by post_title having count(*) > 1) as good_rows on good_rows.post_title = $wpdb->posts.post_title and good_rows.min_id <> $wpdb->posts.id ".$where; } else{ $query ="SELECT $wpdb->posts.* FROM $wpdb->posts ".$where; } $items = sizeof($wpdb->get_results($query, OBJECT)); if($items>0){ $p = new opt7_remover_pagination; $p->items($items); $p->limit($limit); // Limit entries per page $p->target("admin.php?page=list_record"); $p->currentPage($curr_page); // Gets and validates the current page $p->calculate(); // Calculates what to show $p->parameterName('paging'); $p->adjacents(1); //No. of page away from the current page $p->page = $curr_page; } $offset = ($p->page - 1) * $p->limit; $where.=" ORDER BY post_modified DESC LIMIT ".$offset.','.$limit; if ($is_for_duplicate){ $query = "SELECT $wpdb->posts.* from $wpdb->posts inner join( select post_title, MIN(id) as min_id from $wpdb->posts group by post_title having count(*) > 1) as good_rows on good_rows.post_title = $wpdb->posts.post_title and good_rows.min_id <> $wpdb->posts.id ".$where; } else{ $query ="SELECT $wpdb->posts.* FROM $wpdb->posts ".$where; } $items = $wpdb->get_results($query, OBJECT); $html = '
'; if (sizeof($items)>0) $html .= $p->show(); $html .='
'; $html .=''; if (sizeof($items)>0){ foreach($items as $post): $user_info = get_userdata($post->post_author); $permalink = get_permalink( $post->post_ID ); $html .= ""; endforeach; } $html .="
".$post->post_title." ".$user_info->user_firstname." " .$user_info->user_lastname." ".date('m/d/Y', strtotime($post->post_date))." ".date('m/d/Y', strtotime($post->post_modified))." ".$post->post_status." ".$post->post_type." ".$post->comment_count."
"; echo $html; die(); } } ?> GReader de Safari
GReader de Safari

GReader de Safari

De lejos, una de las mejores funciones de Safari 5, y quizás uno de los motivos por los cuales, al menos de momento, es mi navegador favorito, es Reader. Reader coge cualquier página web que tenga contenido, y le cambia de formato para hacerla mucho más legible, como pueden ver en la imagen superior.

Si quería tener una característica parecida, pero no quieren abandonar Google Chrome, iReader nos da la oportunidad de tener la misma función directamente en el navegador de Google

Las funciones que ofrece son prácticamente las mismas que Reader en Safari, con una limitación: en Safari, artículos de múltiples páginas (como la reseña de Ars de Lightroom 3 en la foto), pueden verse en la misma ventana, sin necesidad de saltar a otra página. Eso no funciona en iReader. El scrolling tampoco se siente tan “suave” como en Safari, lamentablemente, pero aparte de esto, es una genial manera de hacer que la web sea más legible.

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