Easily insert Altos Charts, Regional Charts, Flash Charts and Stat Tables into your blog posts using the Visual Editor for WordPress®.
- Fix data table character parsing bug
- Remove extra files
- Allow for more charts
- Redo toolbar plugin to agree with TinyMCE version 4.x
- Updated icons and confirmed working with 3.6
- Fixed a TinyMCE error that caused our charts not to be loaded into posts while editing/adding.
- Spelling mistake for wide stat tables
- Added new chart theme to list of options
- Version number bump to trigger auto-updates
- Fixed problem with stats tables using data from 2011-10-07 instead of most recent data.
- Added support for WordPress® 3.0
- Fully tested in WordPress® 3.0, including with
MULTISITE( i.e. networking ) enabled. Everything looks good.
- Added support for 2-year/3-year chart timespans.
- Bug fix. Narrow Stat Tables were not properly implemented. This has been resolved in v1.4.3.
- Bug fixed in
validate_pai()method. This function now returns null on failure.
- Support for both
file_get_contents(), and a fallback on cURL has been established through a new method,
fetch_url_contents(). This makes the plugin compatible with GoDaddy, Dreamhost, and other hosts that disable
- A new administrative notice is displayed on the Plugins Panel whenever
paiauthentication is non-existent or invalid.
- The Altos Toolbar v1.4.1 now works in Google Chrome. Adjusted tinyMCE commands to fix a bug in WebKit browsers with respect to tinyMCE.activeEditor.selection range restoration.
- No more Shortcodes. We’ve added “UI Elements” for all Altos Research Tables & Charts ( including Flash Charts ). You will now have ( instant previews! ) inside the Visual Editor for WordPress®.
- Editing panels have also been integrated into the Visual Editor for WordPress®. After you’ve inserted an Altos Research Chart or Table, use the Visual Editor inside WordPress® to select it ( just click on it ). You’ll now see an Altos Research Icon appear on top of your existing Chart/Table. If you click this special Icon, a window will pop open. You can make all sorts of quick adjustments without having to re-insert anything new.
- With these improvements, the Altos Toolbar no longer relies on WordPress® Shortcodes. However, backwards compatibility for Shortcode processing remains unaffected. Existing Shortcodes will continue to work just as they always have 🙂
- The four toolbar buttons have condensed into a single Altos Research pull-down menu.
- Added a new All-In-One option to the Visual Editor for WordPress.
- The new All-In-One option remembers your settings.
- Code cleanup, minor re-organization.
- Initial release on WordPress.org.