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Changeset 595680


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Timestamp:
09/07/12 01:32:48 (20 months ago)
Author:
toppa
Message:

version 1.1.4

Location:
extensible-html-editor-buttons/trunk
Files:
3 edited

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  • extensible-html-editor-buttons/trunk/ButtonableSettingsMenuDisplayer.php

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    162162            . '</td>' . PHP_EOL; 
    163163        $html .= '<td>' 
    164             . __('A name to refer to your button. This will be the label shown on the button in the HTML Editor, so it should be short.', 'buttonable') 
     164            . __('The label shown on the button in the HTML Editor, so keep it short. Also, if you create a custom dialog, use this for naming it\'s elements - example: for "blink" the div id of your form would be "buttonable_blink_dialog"', 'buttonable') 
    165165            . '</td>' . PHP_EOL; 
    166166        $html .= '</tr>' . PHP_EOL; 
  • extensible-html-editor-buttons/trunk/Display/custom-dialogs-example.html

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    55 Important: you must give your dialog elements IDs that follow the naming 
    66 conventions shown here, for everything that starts with "buttonable_" (for example, 
    7  buttonable_<em>yourButtonName</em>_dialog). 
     7 buttonable_<em>your_button_name</em>_dialog - note this is based on the NAME you 
     8 give your button). 
    89 --> 
    910 
  • extensible-html-editor-buttons/trunk/readme.txt

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    44Tags: post, admin, button, editor, jquery, quicktag 
    55Requires at least: 3.3 
    6 Tested up to: 3.4.1 
    7 Stable tag: 1.1.3 
     6Tested up to: 3.4.2 
     7Stable tag: 1.1.4 
     8License: GPLv2 or later 
    89 
    910A plugin for adding custom buttons to the WordPress HTML Editor, including custom modal dialogs. 
     
    1314Extensible HTML Editor Buttons enhances the WordPress HTML Editor button bar in 5 ways: 
    1415 
    15 1. New in version 1.1: now multi-site compatible 
     161. New in version 1.1: multi-site compatible, and preserves your custom-dialogs.html file (but you will still need to backup and restore it yourself one more time, since the old version of the plugin doesn't have the code for doing the backup before the plugin upgrade is initiated) 
    16171. Provides a WYSIWYG settings form for adding your own custom buttons 
    17181. Provides an example HTML file, which you can follow to add your own custom modal input dialogs for your custom buttons, for setting tag attributes such as style, class, or any attributes you specify 
     
    4142== Changelog == 
    4243 
     44= 1.1.4 = Documentation improvements 
    4345 
    44 = 1.1.1 - 1.1.3 = Revisions to backup and restore code for custom dialogs, and added integration tests for it. Note this can only work if your web server has read and write permissions for your plugins folder. Also it will not work on your first upgrade, since the old version does not have the pre-plugin update call that makes the backup copy. 
     46= 1.1.1 - 1.1.3 = Revisions to backup and restore code for custom dialogs, and added integration tests for it. Note this will not work on your first upgrade, since the old version does not have the pre-plugin update call that makes the backup copy. 
    4547 
    4648= 1.1 = 
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