- Must be running PHP >= 5.0
- GD Library for PHP installed
- php.ini must have this line in it:
allow_url_fopen = ON
cSprites is still quite experimental so please use at your own discretion. Please post any bugs found.
- Fixed bug where cSprites was conflicting with another plugin that uses HTML Simple Dom
- Fixed bug with cSprites trying to do its thing in feeds. No more...
- Added Italian Language File
- Ran a check to see if we are in a feed do not run cSprites
- Added new SEO features allowing you to have nice patterns for your alt and title text
- Added Settings link on Plugin actions link
- Fixed a problem with wp_footer hook, some templates don't use it, so switched to get_footer
- Added new Simple Dom extension for better HTML parsing
- cSprites now respects img height and width variables, and will resize images appropriately
- cSprites can now crop resized images using a rel="crop" in your img tag
- can ignore images with a rel="no-sprite" tag
- added some more security checks in the code
- cleaned up a lot of code to do things more wordpress way
- Bug fixes, new jUI scripts were messing with other admin stuff
- Added jQuery UI elements to the admin options page
- Added preprocessor cache function that dramatically improves performance
- Fixed bug with regex not match commas (,) in urls
- Fixed bug with cache time of 0 not working
- Added WP version check
- Added options to include/exclude certain image types from processing
- Fixed the PNG compression (was not working before)
- fixed regex not matching single quoted html attributes
- fails much more gracefully, if cSprites requirements are not met
- fixed support for relative image urls
- added support for relative image urls
- added new option in administrator to clear the cache manually
- added a reset function to the cSprite core, might be applicable in the future
- Hook architecture was still broken. Now shouldn't mess up you post orders.
- Did a full rewrite of the hook architecture, I got it totally wrong on previous versions. Now scans the full WP Loop
and processes it prior to displaying the content. In previous versions I was using the_posts hook and this was failing
because many other plugins will also call this and we only want to scan the content. Now we use the loop_start hook.
- Fixed cache, wasn't working at all for images. Now is MUCH faster than before.