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Timestamp:
01/25/12 19:45:24 (2 years ago)
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vhauri
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Cleaning up the readme file

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    2727== Frequently Asked Questions == 
    2828 
    29 = Can I use this plugin with wp-cache or a similar caching plugin? = 
     29= Can I use this plugin with WP Super Cache or a similar caching plugin? = 
    3030 
    31 I have spent some time investigating this question, and while I believe it is possible to maintain a dynamic  
    32 header while using a cache module, it requires including so many headers that it renders the cache relatively  
    33 meaningless. Instead, consider that users will probably see a random tagline each time they visit a new page  
    34 regardless of who cached the tagline. 
     31Sure, but right now it's not using any cached data. That should be included in the next version. 
    3532 
    3633= Can I use this plugin to rotate any other content on my blog? = 
     
    5249== Updates == 
    5350 
    54 Version 0.2 - 7-26-2008 - Fixes an issue where double quotes in a tagline prevent it from being deleted. Thanks to Thorsten for pointing out this bug. 
    55 Version 0.3 - 8-25-2008 - Allows you to edit taglines without deleting and recreating them. 
    56 Version 0.4b - 3-13-2009 - Allows compatibility with themes which use either the bloginfo() or get bloginfo() function to display the tagline. 
    57 Version 1.0 - 3-15-2009 - Allows compatibility with themes which use either the bloginfo() or get bloginfo() function to display the tagline. Has been tested good. 
    58 Version 1.1 - 12-31-2009 - Plugin database table is now compliant with WordPress database prefix (i.e. it will use the database prefix set by WP, not the previous wp_tagline_rotator). This should make it WPMU compatible as well, although this is still untested. Upgrading automatically through WordPress from a previous version will also rename the database table to use the correct prefix. 
    59 Version 1.2 - 4-18-2010 - Updated UI in Admin Settings to put Save button and add functionality at the top. 
    60 Version 1.3 - 7-4-2010 - DO NOT DOWNLOAD: fixed an issue with taglines not displaying in headers, but included tagline from Settings->General by mistake. Use 1.4 instead. 
    61 Version 1.4 - 7-5-2010 - Fixed me shutting my brain off on version 1.3. Displays tagline in header, but does not duplicate taglines. 
    62 Version 2.0 - 12-26-2010 - Changed plugin to class-based structure and cleaned up a lot of the logic. Removed all MySQL queries and switched to using options for storing taglines. Added an upgrade function to pull old taglines from table-based versions of the plugin that is called on activation. 
    63 Version 2.1 - 12-27-2010 - Fixes an issue with slashes not being properly escaped, and an issue with sorting that could cause a duplicate tagline to appear when changing an existing tagline. If you have version 2.0, you should upgrade immediately. 
    64 Version 2.2 - 12-28-2010 - Fixes a bug that could cause taglines not to display. 
    65 Version 2.3 - 1-24-2012 - Allow HTML tags permitted in posts to appear in taglines, adds nonce verification and admin referer check 
     51= 0.2 =  
     52* Fixes an issue where double quotes in a tagline prevent it from being deleted. Thanks to Thorsten for pointing out this bug. 
     53= 0.3 = 
     54* Allows you to edit taglines without deleting and recreating them. 
     55= 0.4b =  
     56* Allows compatibility with themes which use either the bloginfo() or get bloginfo() function to display the tagline. 
     57= 1.0 =  
     58* Allows compatibility with themes which use either the bloginfo() or get bloginfo() function to display the tagline. Has been tested good. 
     59= 1.1 =  
     60* Plugin database table is now compliant with WordPress database prefix (i.e. it will use the database prefix set by WP, not the previous wp_tagline_rotator). This should make it WPMU compatible as well, although this is still untested. Upgrading automatically through WordPress from a previous =  will also rename the database table to use the correct prefix. 
     61= 1.2 =  
     62* Updated UI in Admin Settings to put Save button and add functionality at the top. 
     63= 1.3 =  
     64* DO NOT DOWNLOAD: fixed an issue with taglines not displaying in headers, but included tagline from Settings=>General by mistake. Use 1.4 instead. 
     65= 1.4 = 
     66* Fixed me shutting my brain off on =  1.3. Displays tagline in header, but does not duplicate taglines. 
     67= 2.0 = 
     68* Changed plugin to class=based structure and cleaned up a lot of the logic.  
     69* Removed all MySQL queries and switched to using options for storing taglines.  
     70* Added an upgrade function to pull old taglines from table=based = s of the plugin that is called on activation. 
     71= 2.1 =  
     72* Fixes an issue with slashes not being properly escaped, and an issue with sorting that could cause a duplicate tagline to appear when changing an existing tagline. If you have =  2.0, you should upgrade immediately. 
     73= 2.2 = 
     74* Fixes a bug that could cause taglines not to display. 
     75= 2.3 = 
     76* Allow HTML tags permitted in posts to appear in taglines 
     77* Adds nonce verification and admin referer check 
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