A new and nice feature over at the WordPress plugin directory is that you starting from this week finally can give your favorite plugin a review. Since I have a lot of plugins I would reeeeealy like to have some review. So if you use my plugins (and well.. like them!) please head over tot the plugin directory right away and give them a good and honest review.
My plugins are, in case you forgot:
Yes, it’s true: I’ve had more than 100,00 downloads of my WordPress plugin CMS Tree Page View.
That a pretty cool number I think.
The plugin has also recieved 123 ratings with an average of 4.53 stars out of 5 possible.
That’s also pretty cool!
So, as a thank you to all you users of the plugin out there, I have decided to remove the “please support the author”-nag from the plugin.
This change will make the plugin look even more discrete and it will fit even better on a client installation of WordPress.
I do however still accept donations and nothing will make me more happy.
Troy Dean of Video User Manuals did a presentation at WordCamp Australia called “Better WordPress For Clients”. About 16 minutes in the talk he recommends my WordPress plugin CMS Tree Page View for managing pages in sites with more than 10 pages. Thanks for telling Australia, Troy! 🙂
My WordPress-plugin CMS Tree Page View just reached over 50,000 downloads. It feels like a magical number.
I’ve also got a total of 44 ratings and it looks like all of them are five stars. More magic!
The next magical number would be 100,000, and then it’s time for big celebration. This time? Small celebration. Maybe a nice latte and some chocolate? Aaaah rewards…
The last week I’ve been busy modifying my plugin CMS Tree Page View to make it work together with the WPML-plugin, a plugin that let you translate the contents of your site.
As some of you know, my plugin show a tree (like in Windows Explorer or OS X Finder) with all the pages in your site. In this tree you can quickly use expand/collapse to show sub-pages and you can drag-and-drop to change the order or to move pages. To cut it short: It’s page management simplified!
Before this update all the pages belonging to all different languages where mixed together in the tree. With this update however you can now select between all the languages configured in WPML, so the tree will only show one language at a time. I think WPML and CMS Tree Page View both are great plugins and what could be better than both plugins working fine together? 🙂
I am releasing this beta version of CMS Tree Page View so you brave WPML-users out there can test it and report any bugs to me before I upload it to wordpress.org. Download the beta version here: http://bit.ly/c2kmdf and report any bugs to me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
And now for a little bonus feature: this beta version of CMS Tree Page View can also show custom post types – a much asked for feature.
Here is a screenshot showing both the WPML-functions and the custom post type in action: