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Wanted: A WordPress Plugin to Post iChat (.ichat) Files That Are Readable

I am seeking a WordPress plugin that would allow posters to add an Apple iChat transcript file so that it is both readable within the WordPress post and downloadable as the original name.ichat file.

Installing Plugins for WordPress

Busy installing and testing plug-in’s for the blog today. The list is quite large, but I am satisfied that, despite the amount of plug-in’s, I have the bare essentials for my design and usability desires. I snatched a few ideas from this wonderful article as well: From: The 13 Most Essential Plugins for WordPress – NETTUTS WordPress is a very powerful and flexible blog/content management system, but the thousands of plugins really help to extend the basic functionality. Here are 13 essential plugins that you should immediately install after finishing the WordPress installation.

Working with [caption id=”attachment_###”

From: WordPress › Support » Working with caption id=”attachment_###” I am using MarsEdit (OSX stand-alone blogging software) to publish to my WP blog and have everything working with the exception of one issue I am just confused about. I use captions for all embedded images in my posts and love the feature. The first part of the caption code reads: caption id="attachment_###" where “###” is a seemingly random number. How is that number generated (where does it come from)? Is it necessary for posting new photos with captions? While MarsEdit lets me template how each image is inserted, I don’t know what number to put in this part of the code. I found this documentation: WordPress › Support » Working with caption id=”attachment_###” Image Settings – Titles, Descriptions, Captions, etc. You can add captions to your images by using the “Image Caption” field in the “Add an Image” or the “Edit Image” window. WordPress Heart Button When you add a caption to an image, caption shortcode is inserted into the source code. The caption is also used as the alternate text for the image by default. Here is the source code for the image above right after inserting it. caption id="attachment_945" [ ... ]