One and a half month passed since I’ve wrote about 1.4… But finally it’s here
Let’s see what’s new here:
- New exclusion methods
- New helps for each option
- Link exclusion by section
- Link category exclusion by section
- Page exclusion by section
- New exclusion method
- Genuine widget support
What have been removed
- ACE recent posts
- ACE categories
These widgets have been removed because now we are able to hook your exclude rules through the genuine widgets, so you do NOT need ACE recent posts widget and ACE categories widget. And now you’ll be able to use different page and post manipulation widgets as far as they handle standard wordpress hooks according to posts.
Today I’ve got an error report from sweden (politikerbloggen.se), saying that ACE Dashboard displays weird in the IE browser family.
So I’ve patched the current versions (v1.0.4 and v1.0.5) and the developement version (that will be released as v1.1 in the following week)Â as well.
October 19th 2007 General
Yesterday I’ve released Advanced Category Excluder v1.0.4, but during the afternoon I had some error reports, that it does not work with MySQL 4.0 database server family.
So I’ve created a version called v1.0.5 and available from here.
Remember this is not, the default version, it’s just a patched version for MySQL 4.0.
I had a phone at 4:00 am this morning, and I can’t went back to sleep, so I sat down, to code.
Thanks to this phone call, version 1.1 is on the way. With more options, nicer dashboard, and include the patch for MySQL 4.0…
So stay tuned!
October 16th 2007 General
For a couple of days I was looking for a plugin for my blog, that can hide some categories, form the front page. After I discovered, that I need to hide them as well from the RSS feeds. And after Iâ€™ve figured out that what I want a plugin that I can control categories to be displayed or hidden, in different parts of the blog.
For example Iâ€™m planning to write technical articles in english. But Iâ€™m writing my blog in hungarianâ€¦ And maybe most of people who are reading my blog wonâ€™t be interested in such technical subject, but those who are using my blogâ€™s RSS feed maybe interested in technical articles.
So Iâ€™ve written a plugin for WordPress that can solve the problem mentioned above.
This plugin was written from scratch, but it has been inspired by Front Page Excluded Categories Plugin by Sean Oâ€™steen and Jason York.
- controls which category would appear in which part
- handles empty categories
- hides Blogroll from category list
- support for Event Calendar
July 20th 2007 General, Releases