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Small Updates to AWSOM Archive and AWSOM News Announcement Plugins

December 23rd, 2011 by harknell

I’ve recently made some small updates to both the AWSOM Archive plugin and the AWSOM News Announcement plugins.

The change for Archive is to remove the notice to check the Harknell.com forums for support (they no longer exist and are now hosted here at AWSOM.org). The change for News Announcement is the same as Archive, but with the addition of the proper handling for SSL Administration enabled websites. So now the front end editing links will now stay within the realm of SSL.

Minor updates for now, but once I start making these types of changes you can tell I’m back in the mood for adding new features :)

Posted in AWSOM News, Software Updates, Wordpress Plugins | 6 Comments »

6 Responses to “Small Updates to AWSOM Archive and AWSOM News Announcement Plugins”

  1. kreg says:

    I have updated to the latest version though it’s a minor update
    it runs stable

  2. Marc says:

    Hi, Nice plugin! However, in Twenty Eleven 1.3, it works but is you select a post the pull-down moves to a position above the top image. Maybe add an option for absolute postion? That should work with all themes and settings.

    Marc

    • harknell says:

      Hi Marc,
      Sorry for the delayed reply. Hmmm, I’m not seeing that behavior on my test site. Maybe a weird interaction with another plugin on your site? Anyway, you can add CSS to the plugin by adding it into the admin area for the plugin in the CSS box there–so you could add the absolute position statement there if you needed.

  3. I have modified to the newest edition though it’s a modest update
    it works stable

  4. Jake Probert says:

    I am going to update my version due to this update Thanks for sharing

  5. It is fine to update the original version of awsom artist

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