Support » Plugin: WooTumblog » [Plugin: WooTumblog] Moving to WordPress 3.1 Custom Post Formats

  • Resolved monchee

    (@monchee)


    Hello.
    Since WordPress 3.1 was released a few hours ago, is there any way of migrating the posts from the wootumblog plugin to the new custom post formats?

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  • SidianMSJones

    (@sidianmsjones)

    I’d like to know as well.

    drperil

    (@drperil)

    Not sure about migration, but so far there is a Dashboard AJAX error and it seems that the iPhone app doesn’t connect either. They are working on.

    Plugin Author jeffikus

    (@jeffikus)

    Upgrade to the latest version of the plugin and your posts will automatically be set to the correct post format. Simply change the Tumblog Content setting in Tumblog Options panel to post format.

    monchee

    (@monchee)

    Thank you for pushing up the update! This plugin has helped a lot on my blog. 😀

    monchee

    (@monchee)

    Follow up question: Is there a way to show the other post types rather than the current ones?

    Plugin Author jeffikus

    (@jeffikus)

    @monchee – what do you mean by “rather than the current ones” ?

    monchee

    (@monchee)

    So right now we have, Standard, Aside, Image, Audio, Video, Quote, and Link. How can I enable the Gallery, Chat, and Status?

    drperil

    (@drperil)

    @jeffikus
    I’ve updated everything, and changed the content settings to “post format” but now all the posts show up as the same type… thoughts?
    http://drperil.com

    Plugin Author jeffikus

    (@jeffikus)

    @monchee – those aren’t supported by the plugin out of the box, but if you want to you can modify line 31 of /classes/wootumblog_postformat.class.php as follows from :
    add_theme_support( 'post-formats', array( 'aside', 'image', 'audio', 'video', 'quote', 'link' ) );

    Change it to
    add_theme_support( 'post-formats', array( 'aside', 'image', 'audio', 'video', 'quote', 'link', 'gallery', 'status', 'chat' ) );

    Plugin Author jeffikus

    (@jeffikus)

    @drperil – do the posts have a post format in the edit post screen of the backend?

    monchee

    (@monchee)

    @jeffikus thanks!

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