Here is the list of newly added features. Whats your take guys?http://wordpress.org/news/2014/03/wordpress-3-9-beta-1/
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There are a few inconsistent spacing/padding issues throughout the design. we’d like you to go over it with a fine toothed comb and weed out these basic design issues
If the issue is that your loop content is being echoed on top of all page contents then wrap your loop code like this …
ob_start(); get_template_part( 'blog', 'index' ); // your loop here $return = ob_get_contents(); ob_end_clean(); return $return;
Hope it helps
Well, that’s just it there’s no definitive attitude one way or the other. After reading those though I was left with the impression that: 1) It’s been shelved indefinitely (temporarily abandoned) and 2) There’s isn’t enough demand or desire for this concept. It’s not worth taking the extra risk when you can just support the post formats “as-is” in a theme without using the plugin using the existing interface which user either will or won’t use. The recent addition of the new core audio/video shortcodes makes it less of consideration for me.
Thnx for detail reply. I think i’ll use native wordpress shortcodes
[gallery] [video] [audio] to support the respective post formats then.
Hey i suggest you to build custom metabox and integrate with post format, i will lot more easier than other’s
Yes it would be easier, but upon changing the theme customer will not be able to use post formats data stored in those custom fields.
Have you read these?
i just read them. but it did’nt really answer my question that if this plugin is ready to be implemented in themes? or we should expect drastic changes in plugin code which can ultimately break our themes in future.