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Cursorial

Create custom loops and edit it's posts with an easy drag-and-drop interface. Override the post's title, content, excerpt and images. Then d

With this plugin you can create your own loops and manage them with a simple drag-and-drop interface.

Register one or more loops in your theme's function.php and then use them as any other loop in your theme with have_posts(), the_post() etc. Editors can then manage these loops in the administration by simply drag posts to these loops or between them and override the posts' content if they like. They'll find posts in a search box just next to the loops.

The loops can be configured to ...

  • allow just a limited number of posts,
  • allow just a specified set of post types,
  • to have posts with children (like nested loops, related content etc),
  • make posts' content overrideable and optional,
  • be set together in the administration,
  • and use images fetched from content or the featured image.

This plugin also comes with a widget that ...

  • displays a registered loop
  • or creates one for you.

No additional database tables or writeable directories are added

This plugin will simply register a hidden custom post type and a custom taxonomy. It's therefore installable/runnable on most kinds of web hosts/environments.

More info, wiki and issue tracker

https://github.com/klandestino/cursorial

Requires: 3.2.1 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.3.2
Last Updated: 2012-2-6
Downloads: 793

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