Smilies Themer Toolbar

IMPORTANT: due to my job, I’m now too busy to maintain my plugins.

This plugin has been abandoned!

If you are a developer and would like to fork, feel free to do so (under the GPLv3 license). No need to contact me.

Smilies Themer Toolbar provides a toolbar to easily add custom smilies to comments.

It integrates with Smilies Themer plugin, and therefore requires it.

You can change your smilies theme in your blog, and the toolbar is automagically updated!

Installation

  • Download and install Smilies Themer plugin (required)
  • Download Smilies Themer Toolbar
  • Extract the files in the .zip archive, and upload them (including subfolders) to your /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  • Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
  • Enjoy!

Note: if you like the smilies theme in this page, you can download it here.

Theme integration

By default, Smilies Themer Toolbar is placed after the comments form, but if you want to put it in a nicer position, don’t worry, it isn’t that difficult.

Edit your theme and put this code where you want to show the toolbar:

<?php if (function_exists('sm_toolbar_show')) sm_toolbar_show();?>

Changelog

Please see the FAQ to see the full list of changes.

I’m having issues!

Start reading the FAQ, and if your issue still isn’t solved, try to comment this page.

License

Smilies Themer Toolbar is released under a GPL v3 license.

If you like this plugin, then buy me a coffee!

  • #1 scritto da G
    circa 2 anni fa

    Hi, Everything seems fine but when i click on the smilies they dont go into them post comment that is after i updated to 3.3.1
    also with that update the comment.php in the default theme changed from an html to a php function that is called post_comment() and i cant seem to know how to add the smilies under the comment box.

    Thanks a lot

  • #2 scritto da DigitalCHET
    circa 1 anno fa

    This is a fantastic plugin and I’m incredibly pleased with the functionality.
    I do have one question, however.

    How would one go about displaying the text/code that inserts the smiley inline through the use of a tooltip (i.e.when visitors hover their mouse over the smiley they’ll be able to see what the particular text/code invoked the smiley)?
    This would be particularly useful for smilies with multiple input codes and help visitors make further use of the smilies.

    Tooltips already seem to work in the admin and toolbar panel, but not in the comments panel or inline text.
    Is there an easy way to accomplish this, or is this perhaps an option that could be included in a future update?

    Many thanks for your time and effort on this plugin, and for your response. Once again, I think it’s awesome.

  • #3 scritto da Tapanez
    circa 1 anno fa

    Hi!

    Since a few days clickin’ on smilies doesn’t affect the comments box (f.e. at http://www.tapanez.com ). I’ve tried on Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox, same results. WordPress version is 3.4.1

    As I said plugin was working great until a few days, don’t remember having changed something.

    The line is on my footer.php file ;-)

    Thank you in advance.

  • #4 scritto da Sp!nz
    circa 1 anno fa

    Hello !

    It’s been many years since i started to use your plug-in.

    Unfortunately i still have an issue i have been unable to fix until now.

    Like you could see on my website, clicking on a smiley generate two smilies instead of one.

    I have been searching everywhere but nothing found yet.

    This is the only point i want to fix on my website and i would really appreciate your help.

    Thanks,

    Regards,
    Sp!nz

  • #5 scritto da frasten
    circa 1 anno fa
    IMPORTANT: due to my job, I’m now too busy to maintain my plugins.

    This plugin has been abandoned!

    If you are a developer and would like to fork, feel free to do so (under the GPLv3 license). No need to contact me.

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