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hRecipe Support for Editor

Description

Deprecated version, please use “hRecipe” 0.3 and higher.

Screenshots

  • Screenshot of editor plugin.
  • Example recipe displayed in a post.

Installation

  1. Unzip the plugin into your wp-content/plugins/ directory. It should
    automatically create an hrecipe/ subdirectory.

  2. In your WordPress admin page, go to the Plugins section and
    Activate the “hRecipe Support for Editor” plugin.

  3. When you go to “Write Post” or “Write Page”, click on the star logo
    to pop-up a simple form.

  4. Fill in the fields of the form, particularly the name of the thing
    you are reviewing.

  5. Click Insert and the contents of the fields will be inserted into
    the page or post you were composing, but marked up using the hReview
    microformat.

FAQ

What is a microformat?

There are different microformats for different types of
information. This plugin uses the hReview microformat for review type
information. For more information, see to the main microformats site.

Why would I want to use this?

Since hRecipe plugin used hReview plugin code, here’s
the explanation for hReview:

If your reviews are displayed on your blog using the hReview
microformat, it makes it easy for search engines to find and do
special things with them. For example, there is a reviews search
engine run by Technorati.

Contributors & Developers

“hRecipe Support for Editor” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

Changelog

  1. 0.2.4.1: Fixed path issue for rating stars.
  2. 0.2.4: Worked out procedure for moving stable into tagged branch instead of trunk.
  3. 0.2: Fixed recipe label in editor. Changed enclosing block to fieldset element. Added “Culinary Tradition” selection.
  4. 0.1: Initial release