As I recall the SU blog runs on wordpress, and I was using windows live writer to post on it. Its part of windows essentials, works with WP blogs and if I recall correctly did/does most of what you have listed there
Start a new post while offline - yes
Lets me edit posts I created already with the program yes (though I can't remember if it edits uploaded ...
Subscribe2 does what you are looking for.
Subscribe2 provides a comprehensive subscription management and email
notification system for WordPress blogs that sends email notifications
to a list of subscribers when you publish new content to your blog.
Email Notifications can be sent on a per-post basis or periodically in
a Digest email. ...
With the free and open-source libpff I could export all the data in my outlook, I hope this helps you too:
If you have set up outlook to cache every message locally, you could export the data from the off-line storage table or .ost file which should be somewhere in C:\Users\<your_user>\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Outlook\ with a project called libpff.
Here is mine that I have been working on, with pretty much all of what you have mentioned in mind, probably because I made it for similar reasons to what you are looking for. I originally developed it for my own and clients sites, but it has expanded since then and fairly recently released as public beta, under active development:
BioShip Starter Theme ...
StackEdit is a very nice Markdown web app editor that works off-line. I can publish as HTML, but adding a WordPress plugin to work with Markdown is an option.
Start a new post while offline
As it works offline, you can create any number of documents and update/upload when online
Lets me edit posts I created already with the program
You'll copy the post ...
I believe I've found a plugin that has all your ideal features called Email Subscribers. It's an open-source plugin that can be easily setup on your WordPress instance. It runs completely locally on your WordPress instance and does not communicate with a third party like MailChimp. It has an option that can import and export subscribed users via a .csv file. ...
Emacs is free, exists in every Linux disto, and has many installable modes. Wordpress.com export can be had with org2blog. Medium.com has org-sendto-medium, it's incomplete but seems to be under active development.
I would suggest AJAX Load More as you can create a custom loop template fairly easily to achieve the result you a are looking for. (Similar can be done with Jetpack, but this one has more flexibility.)
Good choice - both are pretty solid. The reason why I'd cast my vote for Woo is the payment gateways. At the end of the day that is the only thing that matters.
You go out of your way to get the traffic in, finally people make up their minds to pay, and then... they bounce because... it no longer matters why - the payment gateway failed, and there goes a ...
If you are willing to invest a lot of time into this, you could setup use a Nagios service. It's also available as a debian package.
Then you have access to various dashboards, for example one that looks like this:
Nagios also can create reports - either by clicking through the GUI or by calling preconfigured report templates.
Nagios also can send mail (...
I've used VisualComposer extensively in the past and currently. It has a lot of options in animation on the column, row, item level and it doesn't cost too much.
Also, it has a lot of features and plugins that will help you set up a professional looking website in a matter of minutes.
ProductHunt uses OneSignal actually. Since their website is HTTPS-only, they are able to use certain customizations that are not available for HTTP sites. This limitation is related to how Web Push is built into browsers.
These customizations are as follows:
On HTTPS websites, users can subscribe to notifications directly on that site's domain. On HTTP ...
The setup for this can be fairly complex, but a good place to start is to use a "multiple package" plugin... such as Packages Configuration for Woocoomerce or Multiple Packages for WooCommerce, which allow you to split the packages up for each vendor. This way, customers can choose a shipping method for each package on the Cart page.
Allowing the vendors to ...
It may be possible to complete your entire EAP project only using what you have with additional pluggins as there are many that would meet your needs, but before you jump to the final solution try to think long-term. Your question did not mention to many specifics about the requirements, but if all your looking for are personalized views, via a client's ...
Here's a quick WordPress plugin for you, which should be pretty much 'set-and-forget'.
Copy the content below into a new file called days-since-last-post.php, and place that file directly in your wp-content/plugins folder.
Go to the Plugins page in your WordPress admin, look for 'Days Since Last Post' in the list, and click ...
This is not answering your question but it is an alternative to fixing your problem.
You can use the Easy Digital Downloadsplugin. You can use that to sell your excels sheets.
This plugin is free although add-ons cost extra.
One alternative that I know of is Google Drive. First of all upload the files and then click on the share button on top.
This will give you a link which is of the form
Make a note of the FILE_ID.
On your website, create the following link.
So far, the only plugin I've seen meeting these requirements is VersionPress. It records both changes to any file in the filesystem and tracks changes make to the database. It tracks users (and their email) for any changes made and associates them with the commit. Anything done by WordPress itself is tracked by a user called "Non-admin action". It has both ...
There are many many plugins that can do this but I think the easiest would be any page builder or layout editor. The one that I use is called Page Builder by SiteOrigin. It's free and extremely easy to use. You will be able to add images in the layout that you want including the examples given in the question.
Some nice features are,
Works with any theme
I use Jetpack's Subscription module for this purpose.
Jetpack does a lot more than this, but because it's extremely modular, I still consider it lightweight. Because it's built by a dedicated team of WordPress pros, it also stands a good chance of being around for the long haul.
I would suggest using python and the libraries wordpress_json and one of the many facebook API libraries, requests-facebook looks promising, to fetch your information.
Once you have it there are an huge number of possibilities for formatting it for output into a draft newsletter for you to edit and send.
Free, Open Source & Gratis
Handle both ...
Try the Wordpress plugin Google Captcha (reCAPTCHA) by BestWebSoft
In the settings you get to choose the captcha version. (the tick in the box would be version 2).
If you had looked at the source for the page you would have found that the page authors had already answered your questions for you in an nice comment at the top:
You're likely looking at this because you are curious how we did what we did..
well we are more than happy to point you in the right direction :)
BLITZ wrote a custom framework built on top of ...
The best way would be to put your code under some sort of distributed revision control. This can be done with software like Git. But there are many more out there:
(Note that distributed revision control would be best if you are working offline as well, as you mention).
Not a single exe but you could really easily script this in python.
Python is a free language with a really rich set of libraries included and a huge range of additional ones available including many web interfaces. The default libraries include access to web pages, regular expression parsing, etc., so it would be really easy to write a script which ...
You can use python and the python win32 library you can access the contents of your outlook folders, including the content of messages and separately the to, from and subject fields, and then massage the content into whatever format you need. The python URL and/or Mechanise libraries can even post the content to web sites for you.
Given that you already ...