WP SiteManager

Description

The functional value of WordPress as a CMS increases with each version, and the current 3.4 makes good usage of custom post types and custom taxonomies, meaning the creation of diverse content is possible. However, with these function additions, site structure has become complicated, and situations have arisen where the display of relevant navigation, such as site maps and breadcrumbs, does not appear as intended.

WP SiteManager makes it possible to make unified adjustments for this kind of inconsistent navigation using setup via control screens.
In addition, it also makes possible snippet optimization through management of meta information, and optimization of various environments through a theme switching function by device.

Functions

  1. Site Map Display
  2. Breadcrumb Display
  3. Page Navigation (Pager) Display
  4. Sub-Navigation Display
  5. Device Recognition and Theme Switching Function
  6. Settings for Meta Keywords & Description

Usage

  • You can find settings of default taxonomy and taxonomy selection on Writing Settings.
  • You can find setting of displaying taxonomies on Right Now in Your Profile.
  • You can find “Term order” menu on Settings screen.
  • You can find settings of displaying custom taxonomies on posts and pages list.

Screenshots

  • WP SiteManager Module management page.
  • SEO & SMO setting page.
  • Sitemap setting page.
  • Device theme setting page

Installation

  1. Upload the WP SiteManager folder to the plugins directory in your WordPress installation
  2. Go to plugins list and activate “WP SiteManager”.

FAQ

Installation Instructions
  1. Upload the WP SiteManager folder to the plugins directory in your WordPress installation
  2. Go to plugins list and activate “WP SiteManager”.

Reviews

No English but don’t worry, you aren’t missing much.

I downloaded this plugin because of the plugin’s claim “WP SiteManager is an integrated package comprising of necessary functions for using WordPress as a CMS.”

I’m not shy when it comes to Japanese… If the plugin lives up to itS claim, I’m willing to live with the language issue. Nonetheless, the download page is misleading. Why waste everyones time? For consistency make the download page Japanese too.

That said, in my opinion, the one defining feature that makes WP into a CMS is custom post types. I found no mention of it in the plugin settings. To be fair, there is a list of functions on the plugin download page that the plugin seems to support. But nowhere near approaching the sophistication of other plugins.

I give this one star because a) no English b) no true CMS functionality.

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Contributors & Developers

“WP SiteManager” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

Translate “WP SiteManager” into your language.

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Changelog

1.2.3

  • fix : modify definition of ‘type’ column.

1.2.2

  • fix : typo variable

1.2.1

  • fix : Notice error in advanced-cache.pnp when using directory type multi-site.

fix : Duplicate error add_object_page with WordPress 4.5

1.2

  • change : Site cache support with WP REST API.

1.1.11

  • fix : wp_error in taxonomy archive.

1.1.10

  • add : if defined “WPSM_DISABLE_DEVICE” as true , disable multi device functions.
  • add : if defined “WPSM_DISABLE_CACHE” as true, disable cahce functions .

1.1.9

  • add : add 2 args( $with, $height ) for ‘wp_sitemanager_open_graph_image’ filter
  • add : enable replace-class.php for cache system.

1.1.8

  • fix : notice error on the Multi device page.

1.1.7

  • fix : Posts page link displayed on bread crumb when 404 page.

1.1.6

  • change : Keywords and description setting are reflected on Posts page.

1.1.5

  • fix : typo in advanced-cache.tpl

1.1.4

  • change : advanced-cache.php database functions replaced by mysqli.

1.1.3

  • add : new filter hooks (wp_sitemanager_meta)
  • add : add author display_name and post_type lavel added to meta keywords.
  • add : add author and post_type description added to meta description.

1.1.2

  • add : new filter hooks (wp_sitemanager_after_keywords, wp_sitemanager_after_description, wp_sitemanager_after_ogp, wp_sitemanager_after_twitcards)

1.1.1

  • add : new filter hooks (wp_sitemanager_ogp_before, wp_sitemanager_ogp_after, wp_sitemanager_twitter_cards_before, wp_sitemanager_twitter_cards_after)
  • new : multi og:image support( array given $og_tags[‘og:image’] )
  • fix : advanced-cache.tpl error.
  • fix : widget deprecated error.

1.1

  • change : post meta boxes priority 10 to 9999.
  • change : default og image size to 1200 * 630
  • add : using expired cache while updating cache data to site cache

1.0.15

  • change : add two filter hooks. “wp_sitemanager_meta_description_chars” and “wp_sitemanager_ogp_description_chars”

1.0.14

  • fix : Strict standard error.
  • change : OGP image size.

1.0.13

  • fix : conflict with jetpack ogp.

1.0.12

  • fix : Strict Standards error.

1.0.11

  • fix : if web.config contain location tag, disallow rewrite this file.

1.0.10

  • fix : theme_switcher.php Compilation failed Warning error.

1.0.9

  • add : allow cache params setting.
  • add : re-generate advanced-cache.php button.
  • fix : comment cache bug.
  • fix : refine delete single cache logic.
  • screenshot images move to assets dir.

1.0.8

  • fix : sitemap style typo.
  • fix : conflict with “Trust Form”
  • add : Theme Switcher supports Firefox mobile
  • add : PC/Mobile mode switch “site-view”
  • add : cache can other db.

1.0.7

  • fix : debug message error.

1.0.5

  • add : OGP and Twitter Cards.
  • add : Cache clear setting.

1.0.4

  • fix : some notice error.
  • add : current class for sub navigation

1.0.3

  • new : Simple caching system
  • fix : “Creating default object from empty value” Warning error.

1.0.2

  • new : add_conditional tag “is_device( ‘device-slug’ )” ex. theme_switcher::is_device( ‘tablet’ )

1.0.1

  • Selectable sitemap style

1.0.0

  • Released publically