WordPress Filter

WordPress Filter is a comprehensive post filtering & template system. It allows the user to define a set of simple “Catches” (criteria) to be met

Author:Matt Walters (profile at wordpress.org)
WordPress version required:2.7
WordPress version tested:2.9.2
Plugin version:1.4.1
Added to WordPress repository:21-12-2008
Last updated:22-12-2009
Warning! This plugin has not been updated in over 2 years. It may no longer be maintained or supported and may have compatibility issues when used with more recent versions of WordPress.
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WordPress Filter is a comprehensive post filtering & template system. It allows the user to define a set of simple "Catches" (criteria) to be met by a post, and then have a set of "Actions" applied to the post. This plugin takes action whenever a Post is published inside of WordPress (including Posts coming in via XMLRPC). It can be used for many tasks, including creating your own mini plugins without ever having to leave your WordPress administration area.

v1.4

Added some catches back in (particularly Post Status which folks had been asking for). Sorry it took me so long for a new release to be ready.

Added:

  • Catch - Post Author: Equals
  • Catch - Post Status: Equals

  • Action - Post Status: Equals

Changed:

  • Catches like "Post Title: Equals" no longer case sensitive

Bug Fixes:

  • Fixed image link on add filter screen
  • Fixed issue where if looking for content within the Post Content, Excerpt or Title and the content is the first string, it would not realize it was found (for instance if looking for "Hello" and the text being searched was "Hello world", the plugin catch would not engage)

Coming In Future Version:

  • Ability to run one-off filters. Basically you'll be able to define a filter and then run it on all of your current posts.
  • Ability to force a filter to run on a post even if that specific filter has already been run on the post.


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