Today I released a new version of Posts in Sidebar that fixes a couple of bugs. Many thanks to @mlang38 for reporting it on GitHub: Hello,in the commit 1c4dfef, the widget title has been wrapped with esc_html().But I think (and I do it myself) that the widget_title filter is often used by themes for CSS […]
After more than 80 commits, many hours of work and a lot of love, Posts in Sidebar 4.7.0 has landed in the WordPress repository! I hope you find useful the new additions and the rest of what has been done. Let’s see what’s new dissecting the changelog.
Posts in Sidebar 4.6.0 has been released. Let’s see what’s new.
Last Monday a bugfix version of Posts in Sidebar has been released. This release fixes the incorrect truncation of titles and WordPress-generated excerpts when UTF-8 character set is in use and the user truncates titles and/or excerpts using characters as measure unit. For example, if you use Russian and you truncate titles or excerpts up […]
Posts in Sidebar 4.5.0 has been released. Let’s take a look into that.
Posts in Sidebar 4.4.0 has been released with a new option: post title shortening. After a user of the plugin requested for it, I thought it would be a useful feature for some users.
Posts in Sidebar 4.3.0 has been released with some interesting new features for users. Let’s take a look into that.
A new version of Posts in Sidebar has just been released. Not so big news, but a little new option has been added to display the modification time, either for the post date and for the post modification date.
After only two weeks from the last release, a new version of Posts in Sidebar has been published. The new version adds an option to get posts by recent comments and an option to display all the custom fields of a post.
I just released a new version of Posts in Sidebar plugin and it’s live on the WordPress repository just now. After 3 weeks from the last release, a new version brings new capabilities in using the power of WordPress for retrieving your posts.