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code cleanup

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commit beea1aaa48fe0d91236d2958ac8979172812ab7f 1 parent ce05aed
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484 includes/admin.php
@@ -1,19 +1,24 @@
<?php
/**
* Functions for admin UI
+ * @author Benjamin J. Balter <ben@balter.com>
* @package WP_Resume
*/
class WP_Resume_Admin {
private $parent;
+ /**
+ * Register hooks with WordPress API
+ * @param class $parent (reference) the parent class
+ */
function __construct( &$parent ) {
-
+
if ( !is_admin() )
return;
-
+
$this->parent = &$parent;
-
+
//admin UI
add_action( 'admin_menu', array( &$this, 'menu' ) );
add_action( 'admin_init', array( &$this, 'admin_init' ) );
@@ -27,7 +32,7 @@ function __construct( &$parent ) {
add_action('wp_ajax_add_wp_resume_section', array( &$this, 'ajax_add') );
add_action('wp_ajax_add_wp_resume_organization', array( &$this, 'ajax_add') );
add_action('wp_ajax_wp_resume_hide_donate', array( &$this, 'hide_donate') );
-
+
//edit position screen
add_action( 'save_post', array( &$this, 'save_wp_resume_position' ) );
@@ -36,16 +41,17 @@ function __construct( &$parent ) {
add_action( 'wp_resume_organization_edit_form_fields', array( &$this, 'link_field' ), 10, 2 );
add_action( 'create_wp_resume_organization', array( &$this, 'save_link_field' ) );
add_action( 'edited_wp_resume_organization', array( &$this, 'save_link_field' ) );
-
- $this->parent->capabilities->defaults = array(
- 'administrator' => array( 'edit_others_resume' => true, 'edit_resume' => true ),
- 'editor' => array( 'edit_others_resume' => true, 'edit_resume' => true ),
- 'author' => array( 'edit_others_resume' => false, 'edit_resume' => true ),
- 'contributor' => array( 'edit_others_resume' => false, 'edit_resume' => true ),
- 'subscriber' => array( 'edit_others_resume' => false, 'edit_resume' => false ),
- );
+
+ $this->parent->capabilities->defaults = array(
+ 'administrator' => array( 'edit_others_resume' => true, 'edit_resume' => true ),
+ 'editor' => array( 'edit_others_resume' => true, 'edit_resume' => true ),
+ 'author' => array( 'edit_others_resume' => false, 'edit_resume' => true ),
+ 'contributor' => array( 'edit_others_resume' => false, 'edit_resume' => true ),
+ 'subscriber' => array( 'edit_others_resume' => false, 'edit_resume' => false ),
+ );
}
-
+
+
/**
* Customizes the edit screen for our custom post type
* @since 1.0a
@@ -54,39 +60,40 @@ function meta_callback() {
//pull out the standard post meta box , we don't need it
remove_meta_box( 'postcustom', 'wp_resume_position', 'normal' );
-
+
//build our own section taxonomy selector using radios rather than checkboxes
//We use the same callback for both taxonomies and just pass the taxonomy type as an argument
add_meta_box( 'wp_resume_sectiondiv', __('Section', 'wp-resume'), array( &$this, 'taxonomy_box' ), 'wp_resume_position', 'side', 'low', array('type'=>'wp_resume_section') );
-
- //same with orgs
- add_meta_box( 'wp_resume_organizationdiv', __('Organization', 'wp-resume'), array( &$this, 'taxonomy_box' ), 'wp_resume_position', 'side', 'low', array('type'=>'wp_resume_organization') );
-
+
+ //same with orgs
+ add_meta_box( 'wp_resume_organizationdiv', __('Organization', 'wp-resume'), array( &$this, 'taxonomy_box' ), 'wp_resume_position', 'side', 'low', array('type'=>'wp_resume_organization') );
+
//build the date meta input box
add_meta_box( 'dates', __('Date', 'wp-resume'), array( &$this, 'date_box' ), 'wp_resume_position', 'normal', 'high');
-
+
//build custom order box w/ helptext
add_meta_box( 'pageparentdiv', __('Resume Order', 'wp-resume'), array( &$this, 'order_box' ), 'wp_resume_position', 'side', 'low');
-
+
do_action( 'position_metaboxes' );
-
+
}
+
/**
* Processes AJAX request to add new terms
* @since 1.2
*/
function ajax_add() {
-
+
//pull the taxonomy type (section or organization) from the action query var
- $type = substr($_GET['action'],4);
-
+ $type = substr($_GET['action'], 4);
+
//pull up the taxonomy details
$taxonomy = get_taxonomy($type);
-
+
//check the nonce
check_ajax_referer( $_GET['action'] , '_ajax_nonce-add-' . $taxonomy->name );
-
+
//check user capabilities
if ( !current_user_can( $taxonomy->cap->edit_terms ) )
die('-1');
@@ -94,16 +101,16 @@ function ajax_add() {
//insert term
$desc = ( isset( $_POST['new_'. $type . '_location'] ) ) ? $_POST['new_'. $type . '_location'] : '';
$term = wp_insert_term( $_POST['new_'. $type], $type, array('description' => $desc ) );
-
+
//catch errors
if ( is_wp_error( $term ) ) {
$this->taxonomy_box( $post, $type );
exit();
}
-
+
//associate position with new term
wp_set_object_terms( $_POST['post_ID'], $term['term_id'], 'wp_resume_section' );
-
+
if ( $type == 'section' ) {
$user = wp_get_current_user();
$author = $user->user_nicename;
@@ -111,16 +118,17 @@ function ajax_add() {
$this->parent->cache->delete( $author . '_sections_hide_empty' );
$this->parent->flush_cache();
}
-
+
//get updated post to send to taxonomy box
$post = get_post( $_POST['post_ID'] );
-
+
//return the HTML of the updated metabox back to the user so they can use the new term
$this->taxonomy_box( $post, $type );
-
+
exit();
}
-
+
+
/**
* Position metabox callback
* @param obj $post the post object
@@ -129,125 +137,129 @@ function order_box($post) {
$this->parent->template->order_box( compact( 'post' ) );
}
+
/**
- * Generates the taxonomy radio inputs
+ * Generates the taxonomy radio inputs
* @since 1.0a
* @params object $post the post object WP passes
- * @params object $box the meta box object WP passes (with our arg stuffed in there)
+ * @param unknown $type
*/
function taxonomy_box( $post, $type ) {
//pull the type out from the meta box object so it's easier to reference
if ( is_array( $type) )
$type = $type['args']['type'];
-
+
//get the taxonomies details
$taxonomy = get_taxonomy($type);
-
+
//grab an array of all terms within our custom taxonomy, including empty terms
$terms = get_terms( $type, array( 'hide_empty' => false ) );
//garb the current selected term where applicable so we can select it
$current = wp_get_object_terms( $post->ID, $type );
-
+
$this->parent->template->taxonomy_box( compact( 'taxonomy', 'type', 'terms', 'current' ) );
}
+
/**
* Generates our date custom metadata box
* @since 1.0a
* @params object $post the post object WP passes
*/
- function date_box( $post ) {
+ function date_box( $post ) {
//pull the current values where applicable
$from = get_post_meta( $post->ID, 'wp_resume_from', true );
$to = get_post_meta( $post->ID, 'wp_resume_to', true );
-
+
$this->parent->template->date_box( compact( 'from', 'to' ) );
-
+
}
+
/**
* Saves our custom taxonomies and date metadata on post add/update
* @since 1.0a
* @params int $post_id the ID of the current post as passed by WP
+ * @return unknown
*/
function save_wp_resume_position( $post_id ) {
-
+
//Verify our nonce, also varifies that we are on the edit page and not updating elsewhere
if ( !isset( $_POST['wp_resume_nonce'] ) || !wp_verify_nonce( $_POST['wp_resume_nonce'], 'wp_resume_taxonomy' , 'wp_resume_nonce' ) )
return $post_id;
-
+
//If we're autosaving we don't really care all that much about taxonomies and metadata
- if ( defined( 'DOING_AUTOSAVE' ) && DOING_AUTOSAVE )
+ if ( defined( 'DOING_AUTOSAVE' ) && DOING_AUTOSAVE )
return $post_id;
-
+
//If this is a post revision and not the actual post, kick
//(the save_post action hook gets called twice on every page save)
if ( wp_is_post_revision($post_id) )
return $post_id;
-
+
//Verify user permissions
if ( !current_user_can( 'edit_post', $post_id ) )
return $post_id;
-
+
//Associate the wp_resume_position with our taxonomies
wp_set_object_terms( $post_id, (int) $_POST['wp_resume_section'], 'wp_resume_section' );
wp_set_object_terms( $post_id, (int) $_POST['wp_resume_organization'], 'wp_resume_organization' );
-
+
//update the posts date meta
update_post_meta( $post_id, 'wp_resume_from', $_POST['from'] );
update_post_meta( $post_id, 'wp_resume_to', $_POST['to'] );
-
+
//If they did not set a menu order, calculate a best guess bassed off of chronology
//(menu order uses the posts's menu_order field and is 1 bassed by default)
if ($_POST['menu_order'] == 0) {
-
+
//grab the DB Obj.
global $wpdb;
-
+
//calculate the current timestamp
$timestamp = strtotime( $_POST['to'] );
if ( !$timestamp ) $timestamp = time();
-
+
//set a counter
$new_post_position = 1;
-
- //loop through posts
+
+ //loop through posts
$section = get_term ($_POST['wp_resume_section'], 'wp_resume_section');
$args = array(
- 'post_type' => 'wp_resume_position',
- 'orderby' => 'menu_order',
- 'order' => 'ASC',
- 'numberposts' => -1,
- 'wp_resume_section' => $section->slug,
- 'exclude' => $post_id
+ 'post_type' => 'wp_resume_position',
+ 'orderby' => 'menu_order',
+ 'order' => 'ASC',
+ 'numberposts' => -1,
+ 'wp_resume_section' => $section->slug,
+ 'exclude' => $post_id
);
$posts = get_posts( $args );
foreach ($posts as $post) {
-
+
//build timestamp of post we're checking
$ts_check = strtotime( get_post_meta( $post->ID, 'wp_resume_to', true) );
- if (!$ts_check)
+ if (!$ts_check)
$ts_check = time();
-
+
//If we've inserted our new post in the menu_order, increment all subsequent positions
if ($new_post_position != 1)
//manually update the post b/c calling wp_update_post would create a recurssion loop
- $wpdb->update($wpdb->posts,array('menu_order'=>$post->menu_order+1),array('ID'=>$post->ID));
-
+ $wpdb->update($wpdb->posts, array('menu_order'=>$post->menu_order+1), array('ID'=>$post->ID));
+
//If the new post's timestamp is earlier than the current post, stick the new post here
- if ($timestamp <= $ts_check && $new_post_position == 1)
- $new_post_position = $post->menu_order + 1;
-
+ if ($timestamp <= $ts_check && $new_post_position == 1)
+ $new_post_position = $post->menu_order + 1;
+
}
-
+
//manually update the post b/c calling wp_update_post would create a recurssion loop
- $wpdb->update($wpdb->posts,array('menu_order'=>$new_post_position),array('ID'=>$post_id));
-
+ $wpdb->update($wpdb->posts, array('menu_order'=>$new_post_position), array('ID'=>$post_id));
+
}
$user = wp_get_current_user();
@@ -257,19 +269,21 @@ function save_wp_resume_position( $post_id ) {
}
+
/**
* Adds an options submenu to the resume menu in the admin pannel
* @since 1.0a
*/
function menu() {
-
+
add_submenu_page( 'edit.php?post_type=wp_resume_position', __('Resume Options', 'wp-resume'), __('Options', 'wp-resume'), 'edit_posts', 'wp_resume_options', array( &$this, 'options' ) );
}
+
/**
* Valdidates options submission data and stores position order
- * @params array $data post data
* @since 1.5
+ * @params array $data post data
* @returns array of validated data (without position order)
*/
function options_validate($data) {
@@ -277,57 +291,57 @@ function options_validate($data) {
//make sure we're POSTing
if ( empty($_POST) )
return $data;
-
+
//grab the existing options, we must hand WP back a complete option array
$options = $this->parent->options->get_options();
-
+
//figure out what user we are acting on
global $wpdb;
- $authors = get_users( array( 'blog_id' => $GLOBALS['blog_id'] ) );
+ $authors = get_users( array( 'blog_id' => $GLOBALS['blog_id'] ) );
if ( !current_user_can('edit_others_resume') ) {
-
+
$current_author = get_current_user_id();
-
+
} else if ( sizeof($authors) == 1 ) {
-
- //if there is only one user in the system, it's gotta be him
- $current_author = $authors[0]->ID;
-
- } else if ( $_POST['old_user'] != $_POST['user'] ) {
-
- //if this is an auto save as a result of the author dropdown changing,
- //save as old author, not author we're moving to
- $current_author = $_POST['old_user'];
-
- //Because we post to options.php and then get redirected,
- //trick WP into appending the user as a parameter so we can update the dropdown
- //goes through wp_safe_redirect, so no need to escape, right?
- $_REQUEST['_wp_http_referer'] .= '&user=' . $_POST['user'];
-
- } else {
-
+
+ //if there is only one user in the system, it's gotta be him
+ $current_author = $authors[0]->ID;
+
+ } else if ( $_POST['old_user'] != $_POST['user'] ) {
+
+ //if this is an auto save as a result of the author dropdown changing,
+ //save as old author, not author we're moving to
+ $current_author = $_POST['old_user'];
+
+ //Because we post to options.php and then get redirected,
+ //trick WP into appending the user as a parameter so we can update the dropdown
+ //goes through wp_safe_redirect, so no need to escape, right?
+ $_REQUEST['_wp_http_referer'] .= '&user=' . $_POST['user'];
+
+ } else {
+
//if this is a normal submit, just grab the author from the dropdown
$current_author = $_POST['user'];
-
+
}
$user_options = $this->parent->options->get_user_options( (int) $current_author );
//start with a blank array to remove empty fields
$user_options['contact_info'] = array();
-
+
//strip html from fields
$user_options['name'] = wp_filter_nohtml_kses( $data['name'] );
$user_options['summary'] = wp_filter_post_kses( $data['summary'] );
foreach ($data['contact_info_field'] as $id=>$value) {
-
- $field = explode('|',$data['contact_info_field'][$id]);
- if ( !$value || !$id )
+ $field = explode('|', $data['contact_info_field'][$id]);
+
+ if ( !$value || !$id )
continue;
-
+
if ( sizeof($field) == 1)
$user_options['contact_info'][$field[0]] = wp_filter_post_kses( $data['contact_info_value'][$id] );
else
@@ -340,19 +354,19 @@ function options_validate($data) {
$order = array();
foreach ( (array) $data['order'] as $key=>$value)
$order[] = (int) $key ;
-
+
$user_options['order'] = $order;
-
+
//store position order data
- if ( isset($data['position_order'] ) && is_array($data['position_order'] ) ) {
+ if ( isset($data['position_order'] ) && is_array($data['position_order'] ) ) {
foreach ($data['position_order'] as $positionID => $order) {
$post['ID'] = intval( $positionID );
$post['menu_order'] = intval( $order );
wp_update_post( $post );
}
}
-
- if ( current_user_can( 'manage_options' ) ) {
+
+ if ( current_user_can( 'manage_options' ) ) {
//move site-wide fields to output array
$fields = array( 'fix_ie', 'rewrite', 'hide-title' );
@@ -361,95 +375,98 @@ function options_validate($data) {
$options = $this->parent->api->apply_filters( 'options', $options );
$this->parent->options->set_options( $options );
-
+
flush_rewrite_rules();
}
//store usermeta
$user = get_userdata( $current_author );
$this->parent->options->set_user_options( $user_options, $user->ID );
-
+
$this->parent->cache->delete( $user->user_nicename . '_sections');
$this->parent->cache->delete( $user->user_nicename . '_sections_hide_empty' );
$this->parent->cache->delete( $user->user_nicename . '_resume', 'wp_resume' );
$this->parent->flush_cache();
-
+
return $options;
}
+
/**
* Creates the options sub-panel
* @since 1.0a
*/
- function options() {
- global $wpdb;
+ function options() {
+ global $wpdb;
- //Pull the existing options from the DB
- $options = $this->parent->options->get_options();
+ //Pull the existing options from the DB
+ $options = $this->parent->options->get_options();
- //set up the current author
- $authors = get_users( array( 'blog_id' => $GLOBALS['blog_id'] ) );
+ //set up the current author
+ $authors = get_users( array( 'blog_id' => $GLOBALS['blog_id'] ) );
+
+ if ( !current_user_can('edit_others_resume') ) {
+ $user = wp_get_current_user();
+ $current_author = $user->ID;
+ } else if ( sizeof($authors) == 1 ) {
+ //if there's only one author, that's our author
+ $current_author = $authors[0]->ID;
+ } else if ( isset($_GET['user'] ) ) {
+ //if there's multiple authors, look for post data from author drop down
+ $current_author = $_GET['user'];
+ } else {
+ //otherwise, assume the current user
+ $current_user = wp_get_current_user();
+ $current_author = $current_user->ID;
+ }
- if ( !current_user_can('edit_others_resume') ) {
- $user = wp_get_current_user();
- $current_author = $user->ID;
- } else if ( sizeof($authors) == 1 ) {
- //if there's only one author, that's our author
- $current_author = $authors[0]->ID;
- } else if ( isset($_GET['user'] ) ) {
- //if there's multiple authors, look for post data from author drop down
- $current_author = $_GET['user'];
- } else {
- //otherwise, assume the current user
- $current_user = wp_get_current_user();
- $current_author = $current_user->ID;
- }
-
- $user_options = $this->parent->options->get_user_options( (int) $current_author );
-
- $this->parent->template->options( compact( 'user_options', 'authors', 'current_author', 'options' ) );
-
+ $user_options = $this->parent->options->get_user_options( (int) $current_author );
+
+ $this->parent->template->options( compact( 'user_options', 'authors', 'current_author', 'options' ) );
+
}
-
+
+
/**
* Outputs the dragable ordering UI
- * @param string $current_author the current author
* @since 2.0.5
* @uses dragdrop_section
*
* Structure:
*
* ul.sections
- * li.section
- * ul.organizations
- * li.organization
- * ul.positions
- * li.position
+ * li.section
+ * ul.organizations
+ * li.organization
+ * ul.positions
+ * li.position
+ * @param string $current_author the current author
*/
function order_dragdrop( $current_author ) { ?>
<ul id="sections">
<?php //loop through the user's non-empty section
- foreach ( $this->parent->get_sections( true, $current_author ) as $section )
- $this->dragdrop_section ( $current_author, $section );
- ?>
+ foreach ( $this->parent->get_sections( true, $current_author ) as $section )
+ $this->dragdrop_section ( $current_author, $section );
+?>
</ul><!-- #sections -->
<?php
}
-
+
+
/**
* Outputs one section of the dragdrop UI
- * @param string $current_author the current author
- * @param object $section the current section
* @since 2.0.5
* @uses dragrop_position
* @uses get_previous_org
* @uses get_next_org
* @uses dragdrop_org_start
* @uses dragdrop_org_end
+ * @param string $current_author the current author
+ * @param object $section the current section
*/
function dragdrop_section( $current_author, $section ) { ?>
<li class="section" id="<?php echo $section->term_id; ?>">
@@ -457,32 +474,33 @@ function dragdrop_section( $current_author, $section ) { ?>
<?php echo $section->name; ?>
</a>
<ul class="organizations">
- <?php
-
- //get all positions in this section and loop
- $posts = $this->parent->query( $section->slug, $current_author );
- if ( $posts->have_posts() ) : while ( $posts->have_posts() ) : $posts->the_post();
-
- //grab the current position's organization and compare to last
- //if different or this is the first position, output org label and UL
- $org = $this->parent->get_org( get_the_ID() );
- if ( $org && $this->parent->get_previous_org( ) != $org )
- $this->dragdrop_org_start( $org );
-
- //main position li
- $this->dragdrop_position();
-
- //next position's organization is not the same as this
- //or this is the last position in the query
- if ( $org && $this->parent->get_next_org() != $org )
- $this->dragdrop_org_end();
-
- endwhile; endif; ?>
+ <?php
+
+ //get all positions in this section and loop
+ $posts = $this->parent->query( $section->slug, $current_author );
+ if ( $posts->have_posts() ) : while ( $posts->have_posts() ) : $posts->the_post();
+
+ //grab the current position's organization and compare to last
+ //if different or this is the first position, output org label and UL
+ $org = $this->parent->get_org( get_the_ID() );
+ if ( $org && $this->parent->get_previous_org( ) != $org )
+ $this->dragdrop_org_start( $org );
+
+ //main position li
+ $this->dragdrop_position();
+
+ //next position's organization is not the same as this
+ //or this is the last position in the query
+ if ( $org && $this->parent->get_next_org() != $org )
+ $this->dragdrop_org_end();
+
+ endwhile; endif; ?>
</ul><!-- .organizations -->
</li><!-- .section -->
<?php
}
-
+
+
/**
* Outputs an individual position LI
* @uses the_loop
@@ -491,17 +509,18 @@ function dragdrop_section( $current_author, $section ) { ?>
function dragdrop_position() { ?>
<li class="position" id="<?php the_ID(); ?>">
<a href="<?php echo admin_url( 'post.php?post=' . get_the_ID() . '&action=edit' ); ?>">
- <?php echo the_title(); ?>
+ <?php echo the_title(); ?>
</a>
<?php if ($date = $this->parent->templating->get_date( get_the_ID() ) ) echo "($date)"; ?>
</li><!-- .position -->
<?php
}
-
+
+
/**
* Creates the opening LI and UL for organizations
- * @param object $organization the org
* @since 2.0.5
+ * @param object $organization the org
*/
function dragdrop_org_start( $organization ) { ?>
<li class="organization" id="<?php echo $organization->term_id; ?>">
@@ -511,7 +530,8 @@ function dragdrop_org_start( $organization ) { ?>
<ul class="positions">
<?php
}
-
+
+
/**
* Closes the org's UL and LI
* @since 2.0.5
@@ -521,23 +541,27 @@ function dragdrop_org_end( ) { ?>
</li><!-- .organization -->
<?php
}
-
+
+
/**
* Modifies the add organization page to provide help text and better descriptions
* @since 1.2
* @disclaimer it's not pretty, but it get's the job done.
*/
- function org_helptext() {
+ function org_helptext() {
$this->parent->template->org_helptext();
}
-
+
+
/**
* Adds field to edit organization page to allow linking to organization's site
+ * @param unknown $term
+ * @param unknown $taxonomy (optional)
*/
function link_field( $term, $taxonomy = '' ) {
$tax = get_taxonomy( $taxonomy );
-
+
$edit = ( $taxonomy != '' );
$value = '';
if ( $edit && $this->parent->get_org_link( $term->term_id ) )
@@ -545,53 +569,57 @@ function link_field( $term, $taxonomy = '' ) {
$this->parent->template->link_field( compact( 'edit', 'value', 'taxonomy' ) );
}
-
+
+
/**
* Saves organization link
+ * @param unknown $termID
*/
function save_link_field( $termID ) {
-
+
if ( !isset( $_REQUEST['wp_resume_nonce'] ) )
return;
-
+
wp_verify_nonce( 'wp_resume_org_link', $_REQUEST['wp_resume_nonce'] );
-
- $tax = get_taxonomy( 'wp_resume_organization' );
-
+
+ $tax = get_taxonomy( 'wp_resume_organization' );
+
if ( !current_user_can( $tax->cap->edit_terms ) )
return;
-
+
$this->parent->set_org_link( $termID, $_REQUEST['org_link'] );
-
- }
-
+
+ }
+
+
/**
* Tell WP about our setting
* @since 1.6
*/
function admin_init() {
-
+
register_setting( 'wp_resume_options', 'wp_resume_options', array( &$this, 'options_validate' ) );
-
+
}
-
+
+
/**
* Tells WP to load our javascript files
*/
function enqueue_scripts() {
$screen = get_current_screen();
-
+
if ( !$this->maybe_enqueue( false, null, null ) )
return;
-
+
//If we are on the wp_resume_options page
- if ( $screen->id == 'wp_resume_position_page_wp_resume_options' ) {
-
- //load js libraries
- foreach ( array( "jquery", "jquery-ui-core", "jquery-ui-sortable", "wp-lists", "jquery-ui-sortable" ) as $script )
+ if ( $screen->id == 'wp_resume_position_page_wp_resume_options' ) {
+
+ //load js libraries
+ foreach ( array( "jquery", "jquery-ui-core", "jquery-ui-sortable", "wp-lists", "jquery-ui-sortable" ) as $script )
wp_enqueue_script( $script );
-
+
// enque the tinyMCE editor
wp_enqueue_script('editor');
add_thickbox();
@@ -599,64 +627,77 @@ function enqueue_scripts() {
wp_enqueue_script('post');
}
-
- $this->parent->enqueue->admin_data = array(
- 'more' => __('More', 'wp-resume'),
- 'less' => __('less', 'wp-resume'),
- 'yes' => __('Yes!', 'wp-resume'),
- 'no' => __('No.', 'wp-resume'),
- 'hideAdv' => __('Hide Advanced Options', 'wp-resume'),
- 'showAdv' => __('Show Advanced Options', 'wp-resume'),
- 'orgName' => __('The name of the organization as you want it to appear', 'wp-resume'),
- 'orgLoc' => __('Traditionally the location of the organization (optional)', 'wp-resume'),
+
+ $this->parent->enqueue->admin_data = array(
+ 'more' => __('More', 'wp-resume'),
+ 'less' => __('less', 'wp-resume'),
+ 'yes' => __('Yes!', 'wp-resume'),
+ 'no' => __('No.', 'wp-resume'),
+ 'hideAdv' => __('Hide Advanced Options', 'wp-resume'),
+ 'showAdv' => __('Show Advanced Options', 'wp-resume'),
+ 'orgName' => __('The name of the organization as you want it to appear', 'wp-resume'),
+ 'orgLoc' => __('Traditionally the location of the organization (optional)', 'wp-resume'),
'missingTaxMsg' => __( 'Please make sure that the position is associated with a section before saving', 'wp-resume'),
-
);
}
-
+
+
/**
* Helper function to load contact_info_row template
* @since 3.0
+ * @param unknown $value
+ * @param unknown $field_id
*/
function contact_info_row( $value, $field_id ) {
$this->parent->template->contact_info_row( compact( 'field_id', 'value' ) );
}
-
+
+
/**
* Only load javscript on resume pages
* @since 3.0
+ * @param unknown $default
+ * @param unknown $file
+ * @param unknown $name
+ * @return unknown
*/
function maybe_enqueue( $default, $file, $name ) {
-
+
$screen = get_current_screen();
-
+
//3.3
if ( isset( $screen->post_type ) && $screen->post_type == 'wp_resume_position' )
return true;
-
+
//3.2
if ( strpos( $screen->base, 'wp_resume_position' ) !== false )
return true;
-
- return $default;
-
+
+ return $default;
+
}
-
+
+
/**
* Only load css on resume pages and always on front end
* @since 3.0
+ * @param unknown $default
+ * @param unknown $file
+ * @param unknown $name
+ * @return unknown
*/
function maybe_enqueue_css( $default, $file, $name ) {
-
+
//only filter admin
if ( $name != 'admin' )
return $default;
-
+
return $this->maybe_enqueue( $default, $file, $name );
-
+
}
-
+
+
/**
* Allows non-admins to edit their own resume options
* @since 2.0.2
@@ -667,4 +708,5 @@ function cap_filter( $cap ) {
return 'edit_resume';
}
+
}
View
68 includes/plaintext.php
@@ -1,25 +1,35 @@
<?php
-
+/**
+ * Functions to format plaintext output
+ *
+ * @author Benjamin J. Balter <ben@balter.com>
+ * @package WP_Resume
+ */
class WP_Resume_Plaintext {
private $parent;
-
+
+ /**
+ * Register Init Hook
+ * @param $class $parent (reference) parent class
+ */
function __construct( &$parent ) {
$this->parent = &$parent;
add_action( 'init', array( &$this, 'init' ) );
}
-
+
+
/**
* Check if this is a feed, if not, don't register hooks
* note: is_feed() can't be run until init
*/
function init() {
-
+
if ( !is_feed() )
return;
-
+
add_filter( 'resume_plaintext_content', array( &$this, 'bulletit'), 5 );
add_filter( 'resume_plaintext_content', 'wp_filter_nohtml_kses' );
add_filter( 'resume_plaintext_content', 'stripslashes' );
@@ -33,42 +43,49 @@ function init() {
add_filter( 'resume_plaintext_date', array( &$this, 'format_date_plaintext' ) );
}
-
+
+
/**
* Filters HTML from contact info array recursively
* @uses plaintext_contact_info_walker
+ * @param unknown $author (optional)
+ * @return unknown
*/
function contact_info( $author = null ) {
-
+
$author = $this->parent->get_author( $author );
$contact_info = $this->parent->options->get_user_option( 'contact_info', $author );
-
+
array_walk_recursive( &$contact_info, array( &$this, 'contact_info_walker' ) );
-
+
$contact_info = $this->parent->api->apply_filters( 'plaintext_contact_info', $contact_info );
-
+
return $contact_info;
-
+
}
-
+
+
/**
* Helper function to parse contact info array from HTML to plaintext
+ * @param unknown $info (reference)
*/
function contact_info_walker( &$info ) {
$info = wp_filter_nohtml_kses( $info );
}
-
+
+
/**
* Converts LIs to bullets
+ * @uses resume_plaintext_bullet
* @param string $text the HTML formatted text
* @return string plaintext with bullets
- * @uses resume_plaintext_bullet
*/
function bulletit( $text ) {
- $bullet = $this->parent->api->apply_filters( 'plaintext_bullet', '&bull; ' );
+ $bullet = $this->parent->api->apply_filters( 'plaintext_bullet', '&bull; ' );
return preg_replace( "#<li[^>]*>#", $bullet, $text );
}
-
+
+
/**
* Wraps date in parenthesis where appropriate
* @param string $date the date
@@ -76,13 +93,14 @@ function bulletit( $text ) {
*/
function format_date_plaintext( $date ) {
- if ( strlen( trim ( $date ) ) > 0 )
+ if ( strlen( trim( $date ) ) > 0 )
return " ($date)";
-
+
return $date;
-
+
}
-
+
+
/**
* Converts HTML entities, and passes proper charset
* @param strint $text the text
@@ -91,19 +109,21 @@ function format_date_plaintext( $date ) {
function html_entity_decode( $text ) {
return html_entity_decode( $text, null, get_bloginfo('charset') );
}
-
+
+
/**
* Prepends dash to location when appropriate
* @param string $location the location
* @return string the formatted location
*/
function format_location( $location ) {
-
+
if ( strlen( trim( $location ) ) == 0 )
return '';
-
+
return " &ndash; $location";
-
+
}
+
}
View
132 includes/templating.php
@@ -1,39 +1,51 @@
<?php
+/**
+ * Functions for templating the Resume front end
+ *
+ * @author Benjamin J. Balter <ben@balter.com>
+ * @package WP_Resume
+ */
class WP_Resume_Templating {
public $author;
private $parent;
-
+
+ /**
+ * Stores parent and author within class
+ * @param class $parent (reference) the parent class
+ */
function __construct( &$parent ) {
$this->parent = &$parent;
-
+
$this->author = &$parent->author;
-
+
}
-
- /**
+
+
+ /**
* Applies filter and returns author's name
* @uses $author
* @returns string the author's name
*/
function get_name() {
-
+
$name = $this->parent->options->get_user_option( 'name', $this->author );
-
+
$name = $this->parent->api->apply_deprecated_filters( 'resume_name', '3.0', 'name', $name );
return $this->parent->api->apply_filters( 'name', $name );
-
+
}
-
+
+
/**
* Returns the title of the postition, or if rewriting is enabled, a link to the position
* @param int $ID the position ID
* @return string the title, or the title link
*/
function get_title( $ID ) {
-
+
if ( !$this->parent->options->get_option( 'rewrite' ) ) {
$title = get_the_title();
} else {
@@ -41,92 +53,97 @@ function get_title( $ID ) {
$title = $this->parent->api->apply_deprecated_filters( 'resume_title_link', '3.0', 'title_link', $title );
$title = $this->parent->api->apply_filters( 'title_link', $title );
}
-
+
$title = $this->parent->api->apply_deprecated_filters( 'resume_position_title', '3.0', 'position_title', $title );
return $this->parent->api->apply_filters( 'position_title', $title );
-
+
}
-
+
+
/**
* Returns the section name, or a link to the section if rewrites are on
* @param object $section the section object
- * @param bool $link whether to link if possible
+ * @param bool $link (optional) whether to link if possible
* @returns string the section name or link to section
*/
function get_section_name( $section, $link = true ) {
-
+
return $this->get_taxonomy_name( $section, 'section', $link );
-
+
}
-
+
+
/**
* Returns the organization name, or a link to the organization if rewrites are on
* @param object $organization the organization object
- * @param bool $link whether to link if possible
+ * @param bool $link (optional) whether to link if possible
* @returns string the organization name or link to organization
- */
+ */
function get_organization_name( $organization, $link = true ) {
return $this->get_taxonomy_name( $organization, 'organization', $link );
-
+
}
-
+
+
/**
* Given a taxonomy object and taxonomy type, returns either the taxnomy name or a link to the taxnomy
* @param object $object the taxonomy object
- * @param string $taxnonomy the taxnomy slug after "resume_"
+ * @param unknown $taxonomy
* @param bool $link whether to link if possible
* @returns string the formatted taxonomy name/link
*/
function get_taxonomy_name( $object, $taxonomy, $link ) {
global $post;
-
+
$rewrite = $this->parent->options->get_option( 'rewrite' );
-
+
if ( !$link ) {
$name = $this->parent->api->apply_deprecated_filters( "resume_{$taxonomy}_name", '3.0', "{$taxonomy}_name", $object->name );
return $this->parent->api->apply_filters( "{$taxonomy}_name", $name );
}
-
+
//org link
if ( $taxonomy == 'organization' && $this->parent->get_org_link( $object->term_id ) ) {
$link = $this->parent->get_org_link( $object->term_id );
-
- //rewrite links
+
+ //rewrite links
} else if ( $rewrite ) {
- $link = get_term_link( $object, "resume_{$taxonomy}" );
-
- //no link
- } else {
+ $link = get_term_link( $object, "resume_{$taxonomy}" );
+
+ //no link
+ } else {
$name = $this->parent->api->apply_deprecated_filters( "resume_{$taxonomy}_name", '3.0', "{$taxonomy}_name", $object->name );
return $this->parent->api->apply_filters( "{$taxonomy}_name", $name );
}
$title = '<a href="' . $link . '">' . $object->name . '</a>';
-
-
+
+
$title = $this->parent->api->apply_deprecated_filters( "resume_{$taxonomy}_link", '3.0', "{$taxonomy}_link", $title );
$title = $this->parent->api->apply_filters( '{$taxonomy}_link', $title );
$title = $this->parent->api->apply_deprecated_filters( "resume_{$taxonomy}_name", '3.0', "{$taxonomy}_name", $title );
$title = $this->parent->api->apply_filters( '{$taxonomy}_name', $title );
-
+
return $title;
-
+
}
-
+
+
/**
* Returns the author's contact info
* @uses $author
* @returns array of contact info
*/
function get_contact_info() {
-
+
$contact_info = $this->parent->options->get_user_option( 'contact_info', $this->author );
- $contact_info = $this->parent->api->apply_deprecated_filters( 'resume_contact_info', '3.0', 'contact_info', $contact_info );
- return $this->parent->api->apply_filters( 'contact_info', $contact_info );
+ $contact_info = $this->parent->api->apply_deprecated_filters( 'resume_contact_info', '3.0', 'contact_info', $contact_info );
+ return $this->parent->api->apply_filters( 'contact_info', $contact_info );
}
-
+
+
/**
* Returns the resume summary, if any
* @uses $author
@@ -139,32 +156,35 @@ function get_summary() {
return $this->parent->api->apply_filters( 'summary', $summary );
}
-
+
+
/**
* Function used to parse the date meta and move to human-readable format
* @since 1.0a
* @param int $ID post ID to generate date for
+ * @return unknown
*/
function get_date( $ID ) {
//Grab from and to post meta
- $from = get_post_meta( $ID, 'wp_resume_from', true );
- $to = get_post_meta( $ID, 'wp_resume_to', true );
-
+ $from = get_post_meta( $ID, 'wp_resume_from', true );
+ $to = get_post_meta( $ID, 'wp_resume_to', true );
+
//if we have a start date, format as "[from] - [to]" (e.g., May 2005 - May 2006)
- if ( $from )
+ if ( $from )
$date = '<span class="dtstart" title="' . date( 'Y-m-d', strtotime( $from ) ) . '">' . $from . '</span> &ndash; <span class="dtend" title="' . date( 'Y-m-d', strtotime( $to ) ) . '">' . $to . '</span>';
-
+
//if we only have a to, just pass back the to (e.g., "May 2015")
- else if ( $to )
- $date= '<span class="dtend" title="' . date( 'Y-m-d', strtotime( $to ) ) . '">' . $to . '</span>';
-
- //If there's no date meta, just pass back an empty string so we dont generate errors
- else
- $date = '';
-
- return $this->parent->api->apply_filters( 'wp_resume_date', $date, $ID, $from, $to );
-
- }
+ else if ( $to )
+ $date= '<span class="dtend" title="' . date( 'Y-m-d', strtotime( $to ) ) . '">' . $to . '</span>';
+
+ //If there's no date meta, just pass back an empty string so we dont generate errors
+ else
+ $date = '';
+
+ return $this->parent->api->apply_filters( 'wp_resume_date', $date, $ID, $from, $to );
+
+ }
+
}
View
694 license.html
@@ -0,0 +1,694 @@
+<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN">
+
+<html><head>
+ <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8">
+ <title>GNU General Public License v3.0 - GNU Project - Free Software Foundation (FSF)</title>
+ <link rel="alternate" type="application/rdf+xml"
+ href="http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-3.0.rdf" />
+</head>
+<body>
+<h3 style="text-align: center;">GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE</h3>
+<p style="text-align: center;">Version 3, 29 June 2007</p>
+
+<p>Copyright &copy; 2007 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+ &lt;<a href="http://fsf.org/">http://fsf.org/</a>&gt;</p><p>
+ Everyone is permitted to copy and distribute verbatim copies
+ of this license document, but changing it is not allowed.</p>
+
+<h3><a name="preamble"></a>Preamble</h3>
+
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+
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/*
Plugin Name: WP Resume
Plugin URI: http://ben.balter.com/2010/09/12/wordpress-resume-plugin/
-Description: Out-of-the-box plugin which utilizes custom post types and taxonomies to add a snazzy resume to your personal blog or Web site.
+Description: Out-of-the-box plugin which utilizes custom post types and taxonomies to add a snazzy resume to your personal blog or Web site.
Version: 3.0
Author: Benjamin J. Balter
Author URI: http://ben.balter.com/
-License: GPL2
+License: GPL3
*/
-/**
- * @author Benjamin J. Balter
- * @shoutout Andrew Nacin (http://andrewnacin.com) for help with CPTs
- * @shoutout Andrew Norcross (http://andrewnorcross.com) for the drag-and-drop CSS
- * @shoutout Rvencu for help with WPML and multi-user prototyping
- * @shoutout Rodolfo Buaiz (http://www.brasofilo.com) for the translation help
+/* WP Resume
+ *
+ * An out-of-the-box solution to get your resume online and keep it updated.
+ * Built on WordPress 3.0's custom post type functionality, it offers a
+ * uniquely familiar approach to publishing. If you've got a WordPress site,
+ * you already know how to use WP Resume.
+ *
+ * Copyright (C) 2011-2012 Benjamin J. Balter ( ben@balter.com -- http://ben.balter.com )
+ *
+ * This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
+ * it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
+ * the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or
+ * (at your option) any later version.
+ *
+ * This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
+ * but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
+ * MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
+ * GNU General Public License for more details.
+ *
+ * You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
+ * along with this program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
*/
-require_once( dirname( __FILE__ ) . '/includes/class.plugin-boilerplate.php' );
+require_once dirname( __FILE__ ) . '/includes/class.plugin-boilerplate.php';
class WP_Resume extends Plugin_Boilerplate {
//plugin boilerplate config
- public $name = 'WP Resume';
- public $slug = 'wp-resume';
- public $slug_ = 'wp_resume';
- public $prefix = 'wp_resume_';
+ public $name = 'WP Resume';
+ public $slug = 'wp-resume';
+ public $slug_ = 'wp_resume';
+ public $prefix = 'wp_resume_';
public $directory = null;
- public $version = '3.0';
+ public $version = '3.0';
static $instance;
- public $author = null;
+ public $author = null;
public $query_obj;
function __construct() {
-
+
self::$instance = &$this;
$this->directory = dirname( __FILE__ );
- parent::__construct( &$this );
-
+ parent::__construct( &$this );
+
//cpt and CT
add_action( 'init', array( &$this, 'register_cpt_and_t' ) );
add_filter( 'get_terms', array( &$this, 'section_order_filter' ), 10, 3 );
add_filter( 'wp_resume_order', array( &$this, 'pad_order' ) );
-
+
//frontend printstyles
add_action( 'wp_print_styles', array( &$this, 'enqueue_styles' ) );
@@ -52,126 +67,136 @@ function __construct() {
//shortcode
add_shortcode('wp_resume', array( &$this, 'shortcode' ) );
-
+
//rewrites and redirects
- add_action( 'template_redirect',array( &$this, 'add_feeds' ) );
+ add_action( 'template_redirect', array( &$this, 'add_feeds' ) );
add_action( 'init', array( &$this, 'rewrite_rules' ) );
add_action( 'post_type_link', array( &$this, 'permalink' ), 10, 4 );
-
+
//i18n
add_filter( 'list_terms_exclusions', array( &$this, 'exclude_the_terms' ) );
-
+
//init
add_action( 'wp_resume_init', array( &$this, 'init' ) );
}
- function init() {
+
+ function init() {
//default fields and values
- $this->options->defaults = array( 'fix_ie' => true,
- 'rewrite' => false,
- 'hide-title' => false
- );
+ $this->options->defaults = array( 'fix_ie' => true,
+ 'rewrite' => false,
+ 'hide-title' => false
+ );
+
+ $this->options->user_defaults = array( 'name'=> '',
+ 'summary' => '',
+ 'contact_info' => array(),
+ 'order' => array(),
+ 'hide-donate' => false
+ );
- $this->options->user_defaults = array( 'name'=> '',
- 'summary' => '',
- 'contact_info'=> array(),
- 'order'=>array(),
- 'hide-donate' => false
- );
- //user overridable templates
+ //user overridable templates
$this->template->overrides = array( 'resume', 'resume-text', 'resume-json' );