FIX: Keep DatePicker call out of head if DatePicker disabled; Fixes JS error;
FIX: Added some error checking in DateTime class
UPDATE: Added back the option to show / hide pop-up DatePicker
FIX: Change array_replace for PHP 5.2.x compatibility, oops!
FIX: Change DateTime::add to DateTime::modify for PHP 5.2.x compatibility.
FIX: Allow changing expiration frequency setting to actually work, instead of default 60 minutes.
NEW: Setting to add text to beginning or end of title upon expiration.
FIX: Date and Time are now stored as unix timestamps, allowing for proper use of Date / Time formatting, as well as more reliable wp-cron scheduling.
FIX: Notifictions should now be triggered only once -- as an item expires -- and not continue to bug you.
FIX: Multisite works properly, allowing each blog to have its own Content Scheduler settings.
CHANGE: Datepicker changed to jQuery UI Datepicker with Timepicker add-on.
CHANGE: Options are retrieved and stored more efficiently.
FIX: addition and removal of post tags
CHANGE: removed option for setting absolute list of tags
FIX: multiple unwanted notifications
CHANGE: removed option for sending notifications prior to notification (only happens upon expiration event now)
Changed (de)activation functions to use the $network_wide flag to detect network (de)activation of plugin.
FIX: for WordPress 3.3, properly checking for user level allowed to see Content Scheduler fields, values, and shortcodes.
FIX: tag manipulation. NOTE: Tags must be comma-seperated.
NEW: DEFAULT date and time handling (Set expiration to 'default' and then default hours / days / weeks will be added to Publish time to get your expiration time. NEEDS documented!)
Users can set how often Content Scheduler checks content for expiration. (Helps not overload server if a lot of Posts exist.)
Notification to Authors now works properly.
Enhanced tagging ability to add OR remove multiple tags upon expiration. (e.g., +thistag -othertag)
Added template tag to be used in the loop for showing a Post's expiration date.
Users can set a default amount of time to add to content for expiration. (e.g., all content could expire 5 days after published date.)
Fixed use of deprecated "user_level" for minimum user level that can see Content Scheduler controls.
Fixed bug in shortcode that displays a post's expiration date.
Brushed up WordPress Multisite / Network support.
Added new debug info to Settings screen (if user has WP_DEBUG = true in wp-config.php)
Changed name of Content Scheduler variables from cs-enable-schedule to _cs-enable-schedule and cs-expire-date to _cs-expire-date (underscore hides fields from standard Custom Fields dialog on Edit screens.)
Implemented a fix for users with PHP version earlier than 5.3.
Added i18n support
Changed plugin option values that were english strings into numerical values
Ensured WordPress-configured timezone is honored upon plugin activation so expiration periods are not inadvertently delayed.
Added ability to select minimum user level that can see Content Scheduler fields and shortcodes.
Added support for Custom Post Types.
Added ability to add Tag(s) to expired items.
Added shortcode to display exipiration time in content.
Added the "Expiration period" option on the settings screen. This allows users to tell WordPress how often Content Scheduler expiration times should be checked.
First public release.
Requires: 2.9 or higher Compatible up to: 4.1.0 Last Updated: 2 years ago Active Installs: