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Changeset 468526


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Timestamp:
11/28/11 11:36:17 (2 years ago)
Author:
Strictly Software
Message:
 
Location:
strictly-autotags/trunk
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  • strictly-autotags/trunk/readme.txt

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    66Requires at least: 2.0.2                     
    77Tested up to: 3.1.0 
    8 Stable tag: 2.6 
     8Stable tag: 2.7 
    99 
    1010Strictly AutoTags is a plugin that automatically adds the most relevant tags to posts. 
     
    3434The plugin is designed to do one thing and one thing only which is to add the most relevant and appropriate tags to your posts as well as discovering new 
    3535tags on the way with as little effort as possible. 
     36As this plugin doesn't rely on HTTP requests to 3rd party tag sites to obtain lists of tags it should be quicker and will find new tags that haven't already 
     37been added to external lists e.g someones name in a news story for example. 
    3638 
    3739Please note this plugin is designed for the English language and will not work with UTF-8 characters. 
     
    6567 
    66684. Some people have complained that they have added words to the stop/noise word list which still get tagged and think the plugin is broken. This is not the case and the problem is usually that the user hasn't removed any new noise words from the systems saved post tags first before re-scanning. The noise words are only used in the auto discovery stage of the auto tagging and if tags have already been saved then the site will use them in it's relevancy check whether or not they have been marked as noise. Version 2.0 has a new option to aid the easy removal of noise words from the saved post tag list and this option should be run whenever new noise words are added. 
     69 
     705. If you have any error messages installing the plugin then please try the following to rule out conflicts with other plugins 
     71    -Disable all other plugins and then try to re-activate the Strictly AutoTag plugin - some caching plugins can cause issues. 
     72    -If that worked, re-enable the plugins one by one to find the plugin causing the problem. Decide which plugin you want to use. 
     73    -If that didn't work check you have the latest version of the plugin software (from Wordpress) and the latest version of Wordpress installed 
     74    -Check you have Javascript and Cookies enabled. 
     75    -If you can code turn on the DEBUG constant and debug the code to find the problem otherwise contact me and offer me some money to fix the issue :) 
     76    -Please remember that you get what you pay for so you cannot expect 24 hour support for a free product. Please bear that in mind if you decide to email me. A donation button 
     77     is on my site and in the plugin admin page. 
     78    -If you must email me and haven't chosen to donate even the smallest amount of money please read this >> http://blog.strictly-software.com/2011/10/naming-and-shaming-of-programming.html 
    6779 
    6880== Changelog == 
     
    167179* Fixed a bug that tested the format of case-insensitive noise words were correct. 
    168180* Added my new Hash Tag Hunter Application to the Stictly Software Recommendations section. 
     181 
     182= 2.7 = 
     183* Removed the sponsorship message as per the issue outlined in http://gregsplugins.com/lib/2011/11/26/automattic-bullies/ 
  • strictly-autotags/trunk/strictlyautotags.class.php

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    33/** 
    44 * Plugin Name: Strictly Auto Tags 
    5  * Version: 2.6 
     5 * Version: 2.7 
    66 * Plugin URI: http://www.strictly-software.com/plugins/strictly-auto-tags/ 
    77 * Description: This plugin automatically detects tags to place against posts using existing tags as well as a simple formula that detects common tag formats such as Acronyms, names and countries. Whereas other smart tag plugins only detect a single occurance of a tag within a post this plugin will search for the most used tags within the content so that only the most relevant tags get added. 
     
    2626    * @var string 
    2727    */ 
    28     protected $version = "2.6"; 
     28    protected $version = "2.7"; 
    2929 
    3030    /** 
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