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Tom M8te Plugin

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Tom M8te is every developers m8te, making it a little easier to make a plugin….

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Version – 1.3.4

Description :

Tom M8te provides useful functions that you can use in your plugins. Such as a nice function for adding social share links and database manipulation functions.

The social links link to Facebook and Twitter share links.

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sharer/sharer.php?u=

Twitter: http://twitter.com/intent/tweet?url=

Functions:

tom_add_social_share_links($url)

$url = (string) The url of a site you wish for your users to share.

Creates a share website link for Facebook and Twitter.

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tom_javascript_redirect_to($url, $non_javscript_content = “”)

$url = (string) The url to direct the page to.

$non_javscript_content = (string)(optional) Textual content for those who do not have javascript enabled.

Redirects the page to a particular url using javascript. Sometimes this is easier then using php redirect, because of the headers sent issue.

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tom_titlize_str($str)

$str = (string) The string you wish to titlize.

Titlizes a string. For example: status_level would become Status Level.

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tom_is_valid_datetime($datetime)

$datetime = (string) The string to test for datetime.

Checks to see if the parameter is a datetime. Returns true if its a date or datetime, False if its not.

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tom_get_query_string_value($name)

$name = (string) The name of the query string value, It can be the name of $_POST or $_GET, but $_POST takes precidence.

Basically gets the value from query string without having to use $_POST or $_GET variables. $_POST takes precidence over $_GET.

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tom_generate_datatable($table_name, $fields_array, $primary_key_name, $where_clause, $order_array = array(), $limit_clause = “”, $page_name, $display_show = true, $display_edit = true, $display_delete = true)

$table_name = (string) The name of table to create, without the prefix. The prefix is auto added in for you.

$fields_array = (array) An array of field names will be selected as part of the sql query. For example: array(“id”, “name”, “address”).

$primary_key_name = (string) Name of primary key field. Needs to be in the $fields_array.

$where_clause = (string)(optional) The SQL Where clause without the keyword WHERE.

$order_array = (array)(optional) An array of fields you wish to order the records by with order direction. For example: array(“id DESC”, “name ASC”). If null, there will be no order.

$limit_clause = (integer)(optional) The number of records to limit by. If null, there is no limit and will select all records based on $where_array.

$page_name = (string)(optional) The name of the page you want the show,edit,delete,pagination links to link to. Example: get_option(“siteurl”).”/wp-admin/admin.php?page=ventura-feedback-form/ventura-feedback-form.php”

$display_show = (boolean)(optional) Make show links visible. Default is true, It appends &action=show&id={{record_id}} to the link.

$display_edit = (boolean)(optional) Make show links visible. Default is true, It appends &action=edit&id={{record_id}} to the link.

$display_delete = (boolean)(optional) Make show links visible. Default is true, It appends &action=delete&id={{record_id}} to the link.

$sortable_columns = (boolean)(optional) Make columns sortable. Default is false.

$paginate_table = (boolean)(optional) Add pagination to the table. Default is false. The number of records per page is controlled by $limit_clause.

$date_format = (string)(optional) You can change the format of your dates. Default is Y-m-d.

$filter_array = (array)(optional) You can set up a filter system. Default is no filter. For example: array(array(“status” => array(“type” => “select”, “value_options” => array(“” => “”, “Draft” => “Draft”, “Published” => “Published”))),array(“suburb” => array(“type” => “text”))). Type can be text, select, radio, etc and option_values is only applicable to select, radio and checkbox.

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tom_generate_displayview($table_name, $fields_array, $id_column_name, $id)

$table_name = (string) The name of table to create, without the prefix. The prefix is auto added in for you.

$fields_array = (array) An array of field names will be selected as part of the sql query. For example: array(“id”, “name”, “address”).

$id_column_name = (string) Name of primary key field. Needs to be in the $fields_array.

$id = (integer) The id value of the record you wish to display.

Generates a definition list with data from a record in the database.

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tom_compress_content($content)

$content = (string) The content you wish to compress.

Returns compressed version of $content.

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tom_get_form_query_strings($table_name, $exclude_fields = array(), $include_field_values = array()

$table_name = (string) The name of table to create, without the prefix. The prefix is auto added in for you.

$exclude_fields = (array)(optional) Array of field names to exclude in query string. For example: array(“confirm_date”, “active”).

$exclude_fields = (array)(optional) Array of query string values to include. For example: array(“updated_at” => $current_datetime, “created_at” => $current_datetime).

Returns array of query strings from a form. Works out the $_POST and $_GET array names from the database table column names.

Example:

tom_update_record_by_id(“ventura_feedback_forms”, tom_get_form_query_strings(“ventura_feedback_forms”, array(“created_at”, “updated_at”), array(“updated_at” => gmdate( ‘Y-m-d H:i:s’))), “ID”, $_POST[“ID”]);

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tom_validate_form($validations_array)

$validation_array = (array) Array of validation. Example: array(“project_number” => “required”, “completion_date” => “required date”, “rating” => “integer”). The key is the field name and the value is the type of validation. Current the method can only accept required, integer and date validation.

Returns true if the form submitted is valid, false if not. When a form field is invalid, it adds an error message to your tom_add_form_field method.

Example:

$array_validation_rules = array(“project_number” => “required”, “completion_date” => “required date”, “rating” => “integer”, “start_price” => “currency”);

if (isset($_POST[“action”])) {

if ($_POST[“action”] == “Update”) {

if (tom_validate_form($array_validation_rules)) {

  tom_update_record_by_id("_forms", 

    tom_get_form_query_strings("_forms", array("created_at", "updated_at"), array("updated_at" => gmdate( 'Y-m-d H:i:s'))), "ID", $_POST["ID"]);

    header("Location: ".get_option("siteurl")."/wp-admin/admin.php?page=-form/-form.php&message=Update Complete");

  }

}

if ($_POST["action"] == "Create") {

  if (tom_validate_form($array_validation_rules)) {

    $current_datetime = gmdate( 'Y-m-d H:i:s');

      tom_insert_record("_forms", 

        tom_get_form_query_strings("_forms", array("ID", "created_at", "updated_at"), array("updated_at" => $current_datetime, "created_at" => $current_datetime)));

        header("Location: ".get_option("siteurl")."/wp-admin/admin.php?page=-form/-form.php&message=Record Created");

      }

    }

  }

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tom_add_form_field($instance, $field_type, $field_label, $field_id, $field_name, $field_attributes, $container_element, $container_attributes, $value_options)

$instance = (object) The wordpress sql record object (tom_get_row_by_id(…)). Pass null when create a form for creating record.

$field_type = (string) The field type. Can only accept one these values: hidden, text, select, radio or checkbox.

$field_label = (string) The name of the label for the form field.

$field_id = (string) The id name of the field.

$field_name = (string) The name of the field, can be the same as $field_id.

$field_attributes = (array) Array of attributes for the field. Example: array(“class” => “cool”, “style” => “display: none;”).

$container_element = (string) The element that will contain the field. For example: “p”.

$container_attributes = (array) Similiar to $field_attributes, but for the container element.

$value_options = (array)(optional) Array of values for select, radio and checkbox fields. The key is the value set in the database and the value is the field value.

Adds a form field to the page.

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tom_create_option_if_not_exist($option_name)

$option_name = (string) The name of the option you wish to create.

Creates the option in the database if it doesn’t exist. For example: tom_create_option_if_not_exist(“plugin_version_no”).

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tom_create_table($table_name, $fields_array_with_datatype, $primary_key_array)

$table_name = (string) The name of table to create, without the prefix. The prefix is auto added in for you.

$fields_array_with_datatype = (array) A named array of field names with datatype. For example: array(“post_id mediumint(9) NOT NULL”, “revision_id mediumint(9) NOT NULL”)

$primary_key_array = (array) A named array of primary key names. For example: array(“post_id”, “url”)

Creates a MySQL database table. Returns a create table sql query object.

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tom_add_fields_to_table($table_name, $fields_array_with_datatype)

$table_name = (string) The name of table to edit, without the prefix. The prefix is auto added in for you.

$fields_array_with_datatype = (array) A named array of fields to add to table with datatype. For example: array(“post_id mediumint(9) NOT NULL”, “revision_id mediumint(9) NOT NULL”)

Adds fields to a MySQL Database table. Returns a alter table sql query object.

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tom_insert_record($table_name, $insert_array)

$table_name = (string) The name of table to add records to, without the prefix. The prefix is auto added in for you.

$insert_array = (array) A named array of data to insert (in column => value pairs). For example: array(“post_id” => 40, “url” => “http://www.google.com.au”)

Inserts data into the database. Returns true if inserted correctly, false if not.

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tom_update_record_by_id($table_name, $update_array, $id_column_name, $id)

$table_name = (string) The name of table you wish to update, without the prefix. The prefix is auto added in for you.

$update_array = (array) A named array of data to update (in column => value pairs). For example: array(“post_id” => 40, “url” => “http://www.google.com.au”)

$id_column_name = (string) Name of the primary key

$id = (integer) The primary key id value of the record you wish to update.

Updates data in the database. Returns true if updated correctly, false if not.

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tom_update_record($table_name, $update_array, $where_array)

$table_name = (string) The name of table you wish to update, without the prefix. The prefix is auto added in for you.

$update_array = (array) A named array of data to update (in column => value pairs). For example: array(“post_id” => 40, “url” => “http://www.google.com.au”)

$where_array = (array) A named array of WHERE clauses (in column => value pairs). For example: array(“id” => 40, “post_id” => 10).

Similar to tom_update_record_by_id, but you have more control over which record to update. Returns true if updated correctly, false if not.

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tom_delete_record_by_id($table_name, $id_column_name, $delete_id)

$table_name = (string) The name of table you wish to delete, without the prefix. The prefix is auto added in for you.

$id_column_name = (string) The name of the primary key field.

$delete_id = (integer) The primary key value of the record you wish to delete.

Deletes a record from the database. Returns a sql delete query object.

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tom_delete_record($table_name, $where_sql)

$table_name = (string) The name of table you wish to delete, without the prefix. The prefix is auto added in for you.

$where_sql = (string) SQL Where condition without the keyword WHERE. For example: post_type=’attachment’ AND post_title LIKE ‘%$filter_image_name%’ AND post_mime_type IN (‘image/png’, ‘image/jpg’, ‘image/jpeg’, ‘image/gif’).

Similar to tom_delete_record_by_id, but more flexibility with selecting the record that you want to delete.

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tom_get_results($table_name, $fields_array, $where_array, $order_array, $limit)

$table_name = (string) The name of table you wish to display, without the prefix. The prefix is auto added in for you.

$fields_array = (array/string) An array of field names will be selected as part of the sql query. For example: array(“id”, “name”, “address”). You can also pass “*” to select all.

$where_sql = (string) SQL Where condition without the keyword WHERE. For example: post_type=’attachment’ AND post_title LIKE ‘%$filter_image_name%’ AND post_mime_type IN (‘image/png’, ‘image/jpg’, ‘image/jpeg’, ‘image/gif’).

$order_array = (array)(optional) An array of fields you wish to order the records by with order direction. For example: array(“id DESC”, “name ASC”). If null, there will be no order.

$limit = (integer)(optional) The number of records to limit by. If null, there is no limit and will select all records based on $where_array.

Select records from the database. Returns sql results object.

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tom_get_row_by_id($table_name, $fields_array, $id_column_name, $id)

$table_name = (string) The name of table you wish to display, without the prefix. The prefix is auto added in for you.

$fields_array = (array/string) An array of field names will be selected as part of the sql query. For example: array(“id”, “name”, “address”). You can also pass “*” to select all.

$id_column_name = (string) The name of the primary key field name.

$id = (integer) The primary key id value of the record you wish to select.

Selects a record from the database. Returns one sql record result object.

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tom_get_row($table_name, $fields_array, $where_sql)

$table_name = (string) The name of table you wish to display, without the prefix. The prefix is auto added in for you.

$fields_array = (array/string) An array of field names will be selected as part of the sql query. For example: array(“id”, “name”, “address”). You can also pass “*” to select all.

$where_sql = (string) SQL Where condition without the keyword WHERE. For example: post_type=’attachment’ AND post_title LIKE ‘%$filter_image_name%’ AND post_mime_type IN (‘image/png’, ‘image/jpg’, ‘image/jpeg’, ‘image/gif’).

Similar to tom_get_row_by_id, but more flexibility with selecting the record that you want.

 

Installation :

1) Install WordPress 3.5.2 or higher

2) Download the following file: http://downloads.wordpress.org/plugin/tom-m8te.1.3.4.zip

3) Login to WordPress admin, click on Plugins / Add New / Upload, then upload the zip file

you just downloaded.

4) Activate the plugin.

Detail Here: – http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/tom-m8te/
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