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  • Plugin Author Zack Grossbart



    Thank you for using the Editorial Calendar. Drag and drop is working for me on IE8 and Firefox 6. Can you try it out with our test blog:

    If it works there then it is probably a plugin conflict issue with your blog. If it doesn’t then it might be a browser issue. Please let me know.


    Hi I tested it and I had some bug with it too.

    Any post that is greyed I can’t move, but any one that’s in black text I can.

    I proved that in my blog too and then created a new post (which appeared in black) and it let me move that one.
    All my legacy posts are in the grey status so unable to be moved.

    Here’s a video of bot your sandbox and my site in action so you can see what I mean. Done in Firefox 6.0.2

    As a photographer I usually post content with images and tags and twitter info so use the full editor.
    The Calendar plugin will be great for moving stuff around, but I won’t be creating content in that pop-up util.


    Plugin Author Zack Grossbart


    Hi CallumW,

    Those greyed out posts are the ones which have already been published. The calendar doesn’t allow you to move those. That’s why they’re greyed out :).

    I understand about using a lot of images. One way I use the calendar is to create the post in the calendar and fill in the title there. Then I click the “Edit” link to edit the post in the WordPress edit screen.

    Starting the post in the calendar is an easy way to make sure I schedule it at the right time and still access all of the WordPress editing options.

    I hope this helps.


    Cheers Zack
    I kinda suspected that may be the case as I was writing the reply.

    Hopefully, if someone else thinks the same thing, they’ll will find this and have their answer straight away 🙂


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