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[closed] What Should 2011 Hold for WordPress? (159 posts)

  1. Chelsea Otakan
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    +++ for progressive enhancement HTML5/CSS3 and optimization/streamlining
    +++ for better mobile versions of the admin interface

    - Archive/wp_get_archives parameter for custom post types.
    - Breadcrumb template tag that uses page hierarchy OR nav menu hierarchy
    - Further development of the Nav Menu system

    Hurray!

  2. njlinuxmike
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    In the post screen, cause the permalink link preview to update in real time when the title is modified.

    Cheers

    Mike

  3. youngmicroserf
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Oh, a feature I forgot about:

    media:

    Create a simple microformat for CC/PD pictures and allow searching of public stock image databases from the media integration panel. Think - "oh I need an illustration for topic x..." Click on flickr or wikimedia commons, choose appropriate license and search, and get a list of images that fit the criteria. Choose download/embedding and click insert. There was a plugin like this (only less integrated) but it's been disfunctional for ages (flickr manager).

  4. theWebalyst
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Using WP3.1RC-1 I've found custom post types to be far more limited in application than they need be.

    For example, there is as far as I can see no way to change the way a custom post type is treated from 'like a post' to 'like a page' unless you edit the theme. But since plugins are how you build new apps with this powerful new feature, it is severely limiting their usefulness and ease of application, if every such plugin has to have the website's theme tailored for it to work effectively.

    An example customisation would be for is_page() to be something that can be altered for a custom post type.

    Ideally WP would have a set of behaviours defined, each aligned to the standard types (post, page, archive etc.) and for the custom post type to be able to say: "treat me as if I am /like/ type y". So themes render me as if I am y, even though I am type x, and no theme has ever head of type x.

    A natural extension of this will be the ability to define custom behaviours (perhaps a better term would be "display pattern"?), in which case a theme can be written to do something particularly bespoke for this new kind of data object.

    Mark
    P.S. In the mean time, if anyone knows how to make a custom post type appear to a theme as if it were a page rather than a post PLEASE let me know! Its a major handicap to plugin writers until this can be done.

  5. hakre
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    • Licence Compliance
    • Community Version of the Software
    • Support of Multiple Repositories
  6. valentinas
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    - An option to include scripts/styles inline, instead of linking to them
    - Minify html, css, js (remove double spaces, line breaks, etc.)

  7. Dan Cole
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    I wish WordPress sites could network together, creating one seamless back-end between each site. You wouldn't friend a contact on a single social site, but connect your website and your identity with theirs.

  8. vlpickering
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    • built-in SEO
    • custom permalinks for custom post types
    • easy way to remove entire sections on all admin panels
    • scheduled expiration of content
    • keyboard shortcuts
    • option for multiple content blocks on pages (each with separate tinyMCE edit boxes

    Thanks for a great product!

  9. Jen Mylo
    Key Master
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Thanks for all the suggestions/feedback! We're closing the thread now so that we don't inadvertently miss any posts. The core team meetup will be January 10-16, and the results of our annual "vision quest" will be posted to http://wordpress.org/news/ when it's over.

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