I have given up on the Share This plugin for now. No time to mess with it anymore. I am back to using the social bookmarks plugin, but I like the way Share This works and looks much better. When I have more time, I will try again.

Yesterday, I added the WP-chgFontSize plugin, which is pretty cool. I wish it used ems or percentages instead of pixels for the font-sizes, but can see how that might get tricky with the javascript. I added some code to include a link to return to the default font size. It was bugging me that the only way I could return to the default size was to delete the cookie from my computer. I like to have an ‘undo’ option whenever possible. If anyone else is interested in having this option, here is the code:

In the wp-chgfontsize.js file, right after this else block (around line 82):

} else {
document.write(' A+ ');
}

Add this:

document.write(' default');

Replace the 15 with whatever your default font size is.

Just when I thought I was finished experimenting with plugins for today, I realized that even when using tags, the code was not displaying right in this post. Hyperlinks were actual working hyperlinks, image tags were showing the image, and   html codes were making spaces.

Enter my newest plugin, Code Markup, which makes the code tags work right. It is kind of annoying to use a plugin for something that is supposed to happen automatically, but it seemed like the quickest, easiest solution to make it work.

Still, you gotta love that there is a wordpress plugin for just about everything! I am using 26 of them right now on this site.