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Game Schedules

Manages multiple sports team schedules. Includes shortcodes and widgets to display schedules and a countdown timer to the next game.

4.1.1

  • Fixed a bit of a problem with the schedule ID, the schedule title, and the schedule permalink/slug. Please read about this change in the Description and the Upgrade Notice.
  • Continued added translation strings.
  • Continued removing non-fatal PHP notices and warnings.

4.1

Bug fixes, clean-up, and some new features.

  • Cleaned up Schedules, Teams, and Games admin screens to properly handle missing required data elements.
  • Added CSS tags to allow COLUMNS in schedule tables to be customized.
  • Added last_dtg=now, which provides the ability to display the last N results.
  • Added contextual help to the Display Settings admin screen.
  • Added previously missing and new strings to lang/default.pot
  • Continued work on removing all non-fatal PHP notices and warnings.

4.0.1

Lots of clean-up intended to suppress PHP Notices and Warnings plus bug fixes:

  • Problem with Schedule slider at the end of a season
  • Problem with Schedule DB entries, Team selection from Teams DB being ignored
  • Problem with Game entries, Location selection from Locations Plugin DB being ignored
  • Problem with table and slider opponent name formats being mixed up (cut and paste error)

4.0

Another MAJOR UPGRADE with significant new functionality requested by users including:

  • Added a new shortcode, [mstw_gs_slider], which displays a schedule slider
  • Added the ability to show team logos on schedule sliders and tables. Created two new CDT's - Teams and Schedules - to support this capability
  • Added the ability to display multiple team schedules on one schedule table or slider.
  • Added the ability to display the next N games in a schedule to the [mstw_gs_table] shortcode and the widget (by setting the first date-time to 'now'
  • Integrated Game Locations into the new Teams CPT
  • Re-organized (expanded) Display Settings into a tabbed admin screen
  • Added the ability to show/hide data fields and custom data field labels so they can be re-purposed
  • Admin screens now display any customized data field labels, rather than the defaults
  • Added the ability to specify custom formats for dates and times (based on standard php date() format strings).
  • Added javascript colorpicker controls to display settings admin screens
  • Added the ability to sort the "All Games" admin table by Schedule ID
  • Removed the Edit option from the Bulk Edit actions. Bulk delete remains available
  • Added a javascript datepicker control to simplify game date entry
  • Added a filter (mstw_gs_user_capability) that allows developers to better control admin access to the plugin's admin menu items
  • Completed internationalization of admin screens
  • Completely re-factored the code for both the front and back ends

3.0

A MAJOR upgrade adding significant functionality requested by users:

  • Several admin settings pages were added.
  • The number of games displayed in a schedule ([shortcode] or widget can now be set.
  • A date range can now be set for the games displayed in a schdule [shortcode] or widget can now be set.
  • The plugin is now integrated with the Game Locations plugin. Game locations can be entered to game schedules from a pulldown list of locations in the Game Locations plugin. A link to the location in Google Maps is automatically added.
  • Changed the current time to get the WORDPRESS time instead of the SERVER time as was the case previously.
  • Changed the actual countdown time (time to next game) construction due to some 'anomalies' with the previous version.

2.4

  • Fixed a bug prevented "TBD dates" from displaying properly (and producing php warnings in some cases).
  • Added a Spanish translation. Thanks to Roberto in Madrid.

2.3

Fixed a bug (related to translation) that was causing dates to drift a month off in the shortcode table display.

2.2

  • Changed date() to mstw_date_loc() - forgot a column in the shortcode.
  • Added $mstw_gs_time_format to support changing the date format on the schedule table [shortcode].
  • Updated the Croatian translation.

2.1

  • Added the option for a link from a game's location field (displayed in the shortcode table and the countdown widget) to a specified URL.
  • Corrected a typo that make the new links on opponent entries not work in every scenario.
  • Fixed several bugs in the stylesheet and how it loads (enqueues).

2.0

  • Schedules can now go across multiple years. Schedules are now identified only by the ID, instead of ID and year (as in previous versions). The year field is now simply a part of the game date.
  • Added internationalization for the user interface only, not the admin pages. Provided a default .po file in the /lang directory for any would be translators out there, and a Croatian translation (in the mstw-loc-domain-hr_HR.po file).
  • Added a setting to countdown timer widget and an argument to the countdown timer shortcode that tells the countdown timer to use home games only.
  • Added team links. You can specify a URL for each game. The schedule table shortcode (not widget) will add a link to the specified URL on the opponent name.
  • Removed the "current time" field in the widget and argument in the shortcode. This was used only for testing and is not really needed. (There are other ways to test.)
  • Removed Quick Edit link from the editor. (It broke things and was unnecessary.)

1.1

  • Expanded the media URL input fields to maxlength 255. (Some media outlets have long URLs.)
  • Corrected bug so that multiple schedules (shortcodes) can be now displayed on one page.
  • Added a custom header for wordpress.org

1.0

  • Initial release.

Requires: 3.3.1 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.9.1
Last Updated: 2014-5-22
Downloads: 11,962

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