Enhanced content management for WordPress
Cornerstone makes using your favorite web publishing platform (WordPress) practical for any type of site by enhancing its content management capabilities. Too long have we had to resort to hacks like using categories in menus to build a pseudo site structure (you know what I'm talking about).
The current release is a beta version. Please test and provide feedback on the beta release page. Main changes
The public beta of Cornerstone includes several enhancements, the primary focus of this release being a feature that allows WordPress to be used for sites that go beyond just blogging-- Posts in Sections. Create a section, add posts to it, they show up when you navigate to that section. Simple as that. It really is, but here's a tutorial on how to do it just because I think you're awesome.
Cornerstone has been in private development for some time and is currently in use on several sites on the web. Therefore, the public beta is quite stable and safe to use. The main purpose of the beta is to get a wider range of user feedback to refine the feature set to something that will benefit users the most.
Requires: 3.5.1 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.5.1
Last Updated: 2013-3-30
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