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Timestamp:
12/04/12 22:05:07 (17 months ago)
Author:
jamescollins
Message:

Custom Post Type Editor v1.1: WordPress 3.5 compatibility, documentation/FAQ updates

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cpt-editor/trunk
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  • cpt-editor/trunk/cpt-editor.php

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    44Plugin URI: http://om4.com.au/wordpress-plugins/custom-post-type-editor/ 
    55Description: Customize the text labels or menu names for any registered custom post type using a simple Dashboard user interface. 
    6 Version: 1.0.2 
     6Version: 1.1 
    77Author: OM4 
    88Author URI: http://om4.com.au/ 
  • cpt-editor/trunk/readme.txt

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    44Tags: custom post type, cpt, post type, label, editor, cms, wp, multisite, wpmu 
    55Requires at least: 3.2 
    6 Tested up to: 3.4 
    7 Stable tag: 1.0.2 
     6Tested up to: 3.5 
     7Stable tag: 1.1 
    88License: GPLv2 or later 
    99License URI: http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-2.0.html 
     
    1515Customize the text labels or menu names for any registered custom post type using a simple Dashboard user interface. No PHP file editing is necessary! 
    1616 
     17* Want to rename `Posts` to `News`? 
     18* Want to rename `Media` to `Files`? 
     19* Want to rename the WooThemes’ `Features` post type to `Tours`? 
     20 
     21You can do all of this (and more) using this plugin. 
     22 
    1723For example, you could customize the following Custom Post Types: 
    1824 
     
    2329* Any Custom Post Type that is created by a WordPress theme 
    2430 
    25 This means that you no longer have to modify PHP files in order to rename a Custom Post Type! Using this plugin, you can now make those changes using a simple interface in your WordPress dashboard. See the [screenshots](http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/cpt-editor/screenshots/) for details. 
     31This means that you no longer have to modify PHP files in order to rename a Custom Post Type!  
    2632 
    27 * Want to rename `Posts` to `News`? 
    28 * Want to rename `Media` to `Files`? 
    29 * Want to rename the WooThemes’ `Features` post type to `Tours`? 
    30  
    31 You can do all of this (and more) using this plugin. 
    32  
    33 See the [Custom Post Type Editor Plugin](http://om4.com.au/wordpress-plugins/custom-post-type-editor/) home page for further information. 
     33See the [screenshots](http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/cpt-editor/screenshots/) and [Custom Post Type Editor Plugin home page](http://om4.com.au/wordpress-plugins/custom-post-type-editor/) for further information. 
    3434 
    3535== Installation == 
     
    4343== Frequently Asked Questions == 
    4444 
     45= What does this plugin do? = 
     46 
     47It provides an easy way for you to modify/customise the *labels* of any registered Custom Post Type. This includes WordPress' built-in post types, as well as any Custom Post Types created by a plugin or theme. 
     48 
     49= What doesn't this plugin do? = 
     50 
     51It doesn't allow you do other things such as changing a Custom Post Type's rewrite slug or body class. Changing those can cause styling or display issues with themes. 
     52 
     53If you look at [this WordPress Codex page](http://codex.wordpress.org/Function_Reference/register_post_type#Arguments), the `labels` values can be changed by this plugin. All other parameters (such as `description`, `public`, `exclude_from_search`, etc.) ***cannot*** be customised using this plugin. 
     54 
    4555= Does this plugin modify any core WordPress, plugin or theme files? = 
    4656 
     
    5060 
    5161No. If you deactivate this plugin, your Custom Post Type definitions will revert to their defaults. 
     62 
     63= Does this plugin work with WordPress Multisite? = 
     64 
     65Yes - this plugin works with WordPress Multisite. 
    5266 
    5367= I found a bug. How can I contribute a patch or bug fix? = 
     
    6276 
    6377== Changelog == 
     78 
     79= 1.1 = 
     80* WordPress 3.5 compatibility 
     81* Documentation/FAQ updates 
    6482 
    6583= 1.0.2 = 
     
    7694== Upgrade Notice == 
    7795 
     96= 1.1 = 
     97* WordPress 3.5 compatibility, documentation/FAQ updates 
     98 
    7899= 1.0.2 = 
    79100* Documentation, spelling and screenshot updates. 
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