Nothing big in this release, just a relatively minor update to the xrrgroup tag. I released mainly to finally get a new version out there, and to bump the official compatibility version to 3.0. Version 1.3.1 works fine with the current releases but there was a WordPress shortcode bug introduced in 2.8 that sometimes makes [...]
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I have been fighting with the bad magic that is SharePoint recently, and one of the (many) problems I was having is that the design called for Headings to show up in the drop down menus, but we just could not get them to show up. It was very difficult to find information on this, [...]
Even though I hate it when plugins release too often, 1.3 had a bug that made error messages appear on the settings screen in some configurations. They were harmless, but I didn’t want them hanging around until the next major release. I also added a new option always_show_decimal that will add a .0 to whole [...]
I released Xavin’s Review Ratings 1.3 today. It’s mostly an update to clean up and self document the admin panel, but it also includes three new image sets. In addition, all the HTML that’s rendered by the plugin is now fully templated.
My second WordPress plugin, Xavin’s Review Ratings, was released today, and it is much more complicated and useful than my plugin for listing pages. It allows you to use a shortcode to easily add ratings to your pages that look like this: There are a ton of options and full documentation on the plugin page.
I have been using Vista on my work machine for the last six months, and have generally been happy with it. The only big problem I have had was that the Start Menu search, which is one of Vista’s best new features, would seemingly randomly crash explorer.exe. I finally got tired of this and decided [...]