Read on for this weeks update on the projects here at ToolStack.com Continue reading
It’s been a quiet couple of weeks around here but that doesn’t mean nothing’s happening 😉
I’m going to start doing a weekly update here to keep things updated between major releases. Continue reading
A small bug crept in during the addition of the pop-up calendar code, basically if you used the in line calendar it would set the calendar date to one month in the future of whatever date the post was scheduled to be published.
The bug didn’t affect setting the date though so more of an annoyance than anything. V2.1 fixes this.
Ok, I’ve finally released Rigel 2.0, the source files are up on sourceforge, find all the details on the app page.
I’ve released version 2.0 of Schedule Posts Calendar, significant updates include a configuration page under settings and support for a pop-up calendar as well as the default in line.
See the change log for more details.
The other day I posted an update to the Schedule Posts Calendar plug-in, which was the first update to a plug-in I have done. There were a few gotcha’s that I ran in to… Continue reading
I’ve updated Schedule Posts Calendar to get rid of some of the blank space at the bottom of the calendar and included a couple of FAQ’s as well.
Version 1 of Schedule Posts Calendar has been released to the WordPress plugin repository!
It only took 4 days this time, MS is doing a good job! It should be available in the MarketPlace in the next 24 hours.
One of the big annoyances I have with WordPress on my blog is that when you want to set a post to be published in the future, WordPress only has a textual way of entering the information. Continue reading