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Changeset 609988


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Timestamp:
10/09/12 12:00:55 (19 months ago)
Author:
viniciusmassuchetto
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Reviewing documentation and bumping version.

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    55Requires at least: 3.0 
    66Tested up to: 3.4 
    7 Stable tag: 0.01 
     7Stable tag: 0.03 
    88License: GPLv2 or later 
    99 
    10 Lets you specify the URL for your blog when you have a front-page.php file in 
    11 your theme, so you don't have to create two dummy pages as placeholders. 
     10Lets you specify the URL for your blog when you have a `front-page.php` file in 
     11your theme, so you don't have to create two dummy pages only as placeholders. 
    1212 
    1313== Description == 
    1414 
    15 Lets you specify the URL for your blog when you have a front-page.php file in 
    16 your theme so you dont have to create two dummy pages as placeholders for your 
    17 Home and your Blog. 
    18  
    19 This plugin does not touch the Template hierarchy. All it does is setup an URL 
    20 to access your blog (is_home()) when you have a front_page.php file in your 
    21 theme. It also removes the "Front Page Displays" option from the Reading 
    22 Settings. 
    23  
    24 Note: This plugin will only work if you have a front-page.php file in your 
    25 theme 
    26  
    27 WordPress should deal with the site home page. The supported way today is: 
     15The default way of defining a front page in WordPress is: 
    2816 
    29171. Define a `front-page.php` for the site home and (optionally) a `home.php` 
     
    32203. Set this page as the front and posts pages in the reading settings. 
    3321 
    34 This approach is too sensible, and will let users delete this dummy pages, 
    35 possibily breaking the site. 
     22We think this approach is too sensible as users will be able to delete these 
     23dummy pages and crash an entire website. 
    3624 
    37 With this plugin, the same procedure will be: 
     25This plugin lets you specify the URL for your blog when you have a 
     26`front-page.php` file in your theme so you don't have to create two dummy pages as 
     27placeholders for your Home and your Blog. 
     28 
     29This plugin won't touch the Template hierarchy. It will only set an URL to 
     30access your posts home when you have a `front-page.php` file in your theme. It 
     31will also remove the "Front Page Displays" option from the "Reading Settings". 
     32 
     33So, the same procedure to set a front page with this plugin will be: 
    3834 
    39351. Define a `front-page.php` for the site home and (optionally) a `home.php` 
    4036for the posts home. 
    41 2. Set what URL will point to the posts home in the permalink settings (default 
    42 is to /blog) 
     372. Set which URL will point to the posts home in the "Permalink Settings" 
     38(defaults to `/blog`). 
    4339 
    44 Note: This plugin will only work if you have a front-page.php file in your 
    45 theme 
     40Note: This plugin will only work if you have a `front-page.php` file in your 
     41theme. 
    4642 
    4743This plugin idea came from a discussion 
     
    5349 
    5450Upload the plugin to your `wp-content/plugins` directory and optionally go to 
    55 `Settings -> Permalink`. 
     51`Settings -> Permalinks` and choose the URL for your posts home. 
    5652 
    5753== TODO == 
     
    6056 
    6157== Changelog == 
     58 
     59= 0.03 = 
     60 
     61* Changed plugin name. 
     62* Documentation reviewed. 
    6263 
    6364= 0.02 = 
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