Some more fixes to the code made it necessary for yet another release of Organize Series. Incidentally – I noticed that Travis Snoozy made the announcement that he is no longer actively developing his “In-Series” plugin and will only be maintaining it until he can find someone to take over it’s development. Working on Organize Series has made me painfully aware of just how much time and effort goes into developing these plugins and his work on In-Series certainly “prodded” my development of my own series plugin in some areas. Thanks for your contributions to the WordPress community Travis!
Without further ado, here’s the changeset for version 2.0.7 of Organize Series (you can download this version by clicking here):
- Removal of extraneous html from series.php and seriestoc.php template files.
- Updated readme.txt for suggestion to copy customized
seriestoc.phpfiles to theme directory.
- Added missing
< /div >to
seriestoc.phpfile to fix “98%” of the typical default installations of this plugin.
- fixed a potential bug with the
- Fixed a few spacing, code structure errors throughout the files.
- Changed the “title” attribute for the
get_series_toc()link to something a bit more friendly.
- Fixed bug affecting installs of Organize Series on blogs with a subdirectory in their blog address (i.e.
http://www.myblog.com/blog/). In these setups the Series Table of Contents page re-direct wouldn’t work. This bug also affected custom seriestoc urls set on the Series Options pages with a multiple slash structure (i.e. the default is
\series\, but if you used
\series\seriestocit wouldn’t work). Many thanks to Ken Carlson for his help in getting it fixed.