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Dashboard: Scheduled Posts

Description

Adds a widget to your dashboard displaying all scheduled posts.

Installation

Updgrading From A Previous Version

To upgrade from a previous version of this plugin, delete the entire folder and files from the previous version of the plugin and then follow the installation instructions below.

Installing The Plugin

Extract all files from the ZIP file, making sure to keep the file structure intact, and then upload it to /wp-content/plugins/.

This should result in the following file structure:

- wp-content
    - plugins
        - dashboard-scheduled-posts
            | dashboard-scheduled-posts.php
            | readme.txt

Then just visit your admin area and activate the plugin.

See Also: “Installing Plugins” article on the WP Codex

Using The Plugin

The new widget will show up automatically on your dashboard. If you use my Dashboard Widget Manager plugin and have specified a custom widget order, you will need to visit it’s management page and add this new widget to your dashboard.

FAQ

Does this plugin support other languages?

Yes, it does. See the WordPress Codex for details on how to make a translation file. Then just place the translation file, named dashboard-scheduled-posts[value in wp-config].mo`, into the plugin’s folder.

I love your plugin! Can I donate to you?

Sure! I do this in my free time and I appreciate all donations that I get. It makes me want to continue to update this plugin. You can find more details on my donate page.

Contributors & Developers

“Dashboard: Scheduled Posts” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

Changelog

Version 2.0.0

  • Complete recode for WordPress 2.7.

Version 1.0.1

  • My fetch posts method was wrong. Switched to just a manual query. Not as future proof, but it works and seems to be the only way.
  • Don’t make the post title a link if the user can’t edit it.

Version 1.0.0

  • Initial release.