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WordPress Reusables

Description

WordPress Reusables was created to help developers manage their content more efficiently. By allowing content to be stored and edited in a single location on WordPress it is possible to update a single piece of content that will update retroactively anywhere that the reusable is being used. This plugin creates a more front-end approach to templatizing content and even makes it possible to create or modify an entire theme without touching the PHP code. You may also display entire pieces of content based on a users role thus adding another dimension of personalization to your site.

This plugin also integrates with the Custom Content Types and Capability Manager plugins.

New in Version 3.0

  • Reusable regions are widgets that admins can place into dynamic sidebars, reusables can then be assigned to regions from post/page edit screens.

  • User roles allow admins to display reusables based on a users role.

  • WYSIWYG the TinyMCE WYSIWYG editor has been added to the reusable edit screen.

  • Reusable content type is now available thanks to WordPress 3.0.

  • Predefined meta variables for easier access to WordPress bloginfo() variables.

  • Completley overhauled code for better performance.

FAQ

What tables is the new version 3.0 of reusables using?

wp_posts
wp_post_reus
wp_reus_regions
wp_reus_roles

Will my old theme work with version 3.0?

No, the get_reus() function no longer behaves the same way. It will return the reusable as an object. Use the reus(id [, meta]) function instead. You’ll also want to make sure you use the id of the reusable rather than the name, since name is no longer a unique identifier and will not work. This also applies to the [reus] short code.

Changelog

3.0

  • Reusable regions are widgets that admins can place into dynamic sidebars, reusables can then be assigned to regions from post/page edit screens.
  • User roles allow admins to display reusables based on a users role.
  • WYSIWYG the TinyMCE WYSIWYG editor has been added to the reusable edit screen.
  • Reusable content type is now available thanks to WordPress 3.0.
  • Predefined meta variables for easier access to WordPress bloginfo() variables.
  • Completley overhauled code for better performance.

2.0

  • Added the ability to nest reusables
  • Created meta variables
  • Added reusable descriptions
  • Completley rewrote the code to perform more efficiently

Contributors & Developers

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