Joan allows you to create, manage and display your station weekly programming schedule easily.
|Author:||G n D Enterprises, Inc. (profile at wordpress.org)|
|WordPress version required:||3.2|
|WordPress version tested:||4.8|
|Added to WordPress repository:||04-12-2015|
|Total downloads:||8 319|
|Active installs:||1 000+|
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This screenshot shows a newly added show in Admin.
Shows what the full schedule and current show, jock looks like on the front end using the Shortcode and widget respectively.
Start adding images for your shows.
Select or upload an image also remember to choose the appropriate image size, we recommend medium if your image is bigger than 300px.
Save changes, image immediately shows on front-end once the time comes.
Reload the the settings page and expand the view to see the image next the show right away in admin.
Q: I just installed Joan, and I don’t see where to add new shows
A: 1 – Be sure to set your timezone by selecting your city from WP General Options.
2 – Set time format to 24 hour
Q: After I upload an image and click “Insert into post” the image doesn’t show
A: Before clicking “Insert Into Post” make sure the “Link URL” field is populated by the image URL, if the field is empty click “File URL” to populate it. Then click insert into post.
Q: I get a destination already exists error, plugin install failed, why?
A: You should deactivate and then delete any previous versions of the the plugin then install this version.
Q. Plugin could not be activated because it triggered a fatal error.
A. Most likely you installed this version before removing the previously installed version 3.2.1 or lower. Deactivate and delete it and try activating this one again.
Download and install using the standard WordPress plugin installation method then activate the Plugin from Plugins page.
Find Jock on air now in the Admin menu click to begin adding or editing your schedule.
You must, Select your city of operation (timezone) e.g. America/New_York equals Eastern Time
Set time format to 24 hours e.g. 1300 equals 1pm.
- Updated FAQs.
- Fixed version error.
Added target blank to show URLs in on air widget.
Fixed PHP 7 error Deprecated: Methods with the same name as their class will not be constructors in a future version of PHP.
Fixed high CPU usage issue.
*No major changes. Works with WP 4.6
- Added new screenshots for adding images.
*Fixed add media/images in WP posts and pages.
*Fixes JS conflict in admin pages.
Added ability to show schedule for each day e.g. What’s on today – Monday.
Version 4.1.1 Fixes all deprecated WordPress Functions.
*Upgrade to version 4.0.
*This is a major upgrade, you absolutely MUST save a copy of your current schedule and delete the previously installed version before upgrading as it will wipe-
out the existing database and start a new. You’ll also get an error because WP will be looking for a file that no longer exists.
*You may need to replace your schedule display short code to this [joan-schedule]. This is because we re-wrote the database and the plugin and removed all
references to the old database. Applies only to those upgrading from 3.2.1 or lower to 4.0.
*Wipes old database, starts fresh, saves database from there going forward.
*Removed Template Tag option, we feel the standard display options are sufficient.
Fixed issue in crud declaration.
Fixed security issue.
- Added plugin icon, screenshots.
Improved plugin code.
Properly en queued jQuery.