SSL Grins will provide clickable smilies for both the post form in the admin interface and the comments form of your blog. SSL Grins is a fork of WP Grins that allows for use on a site using Administration over SSL or not, auto-detecting which is why and displaying either way.
Tested on Single Site and MultiSite.
Latest version: Download WP Grins SSL v5.2.2 [zip]
- Install and activate the plugin.
- Visit your Discussion Settings page.
- Look for ‘Smilies’ and check boxes as desired. (Comments are activated by default)
Q. Why don’t the smilies show up in my comments form?
A. Your theme must include the
wp_head call and the comments field in your theme must have an id of
comment. This version of the plugin does not support manual insertion, because, frankly, no decent WordPress theme is lacking
wp_head anymore. If yours is, get a new theme. I’m not supporting bad code (not even if it’s mine).
Q. Why did this start with version 2?
A. Because the previous fork-source was 1.0, and this is really just an extension of all that work. Wanted to keep Ronafly’s credits up in there!
Q. Will you support BuddyPress?
A. Not any time soon.
Q. This isn’t showing up on bbPress!
A. If you’re using the bbPress Fancy Editor, it won’t work. I have not yet debugged this.
Q. I’m using the new smilies and some are missing!
A. Yes, they are. The following are ‘hidden': “bear”, “wordpress”, “martini”, “developer”, “whiterussian”, “burrito”, “facepalm”, “kitten”, “uneasy”
And those aren’t the codes. Try
=^-^= and see what happens.
- 2014 Apr 22, by Ipstenu
- Adjusting check for New Smilies‘ new smilies.
- Cleaned janky hide, since it’s only for New Smilies
- 2014 Mar 25, by Ipstenu
- Fixed comment default on to actually be, oh, on.
- Added in check for ‘new’ smilies (If you’re using New Smilies or, in the future, Jetpack or core, hard to say )
- Hides specific new smilies … kind of. It’s janky.
- Dropping support for old WP.
- 2013 Dec 9, by Ipstenu
- Tweak to bbPress call because JJJ hates me (not really)
- Force prevent any code from running on login pages.
- Proper Internationalization
- 2013 May 14, by Ipstenu
- Small conflict with one of my plugins
- Major conflict with font-emoticons
- 2013 May 13, by Ipstenu
- Proper singletons and checking
- Better handling of options
- Link to settings on plugins page
- 2013 January 20, by Ipstenu
- Allowing for filters so you can change the images.
- 2012 June 18, by Ipstenu
- bbPress 2.1’s Fancy Editor borks this.
- 2012 June 02, by Ipstenu
- Typos. A-freaking-gain
- 2012 June 02, by Ipstenu
- bbPress refining (testing with 2.1 as well since that’s a thing)
- 2012 May 07, by Ipstenu
- bbPress is an option.
- 27 April 2012 by Ipstenu
- Major bump. Why? Oh this little thing I like to call bbPress. Fully supported.
- 17 April 2012 by Ipstenu
- Trying to fix why it decides, magically, not to show up. Sometimes. Should work. Works on 3.4…
- 22 February 2012 by Ipstenu
- Reverted back to Alex’s use of Prototype because something went funky cold medina with ajax.
- 1 October 2011 by Ipstenu
- Minification for faster everythinging.
- 22 September 2011 by Ipstenu
- Removing PHP 4 support (WP doesn’t).
- Cleaning out unused aspects from removal of admin panel.
- 21 September 2011 by Ipstenu
- Fixed issue with SSL adminstration causing the icons not to show up.
- Removed admin panel. It’s 2011. If your theme doesn’t have wp_head, you have other issues.
- Consolidated stylesheets (dropping support for IE 6).
- Renamed files and pulled into one directory.
- Compressed files.
- 04 November 2009 by Ronalfy
- Fixed bug where grins would show up in the comments panel.
- Added admin panel option to manual insert smilies on a page or a post.
- 25 October 2009 by Ronalfy
- First release. Yay!