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WP Notice Plugin enable admin to put announcements in the beginning of posts based on date, categories or tags.

Author:Ran Bar-Zik (profile at wordpress.org)
WordPress version required:3.8
WordPress version tested:4.4.32
Plugin version:1.3.4
Added to WordPress repository:14-06-2014
Last updated:12-12-2015
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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Total downloads:1 419
Active installs:40+
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WP Notice plugin enable every admin to post animated announcement or messages in posts based on tags, categories or date.
You can assign several messages for the several posts. There are several custom designs based on BootStrap styles.
Along with the styles, you can also add to every message one of hundreds icons based on Font Awesome repository and
also choose animation type, duration and number of repetition. You can choose the position of the notices.

Ideal for technical sites that need to post deprecated notice on old posts and any other sites that need to show
messages to users based on categories, tags or date and get attention to the message by using icons and animation if needed.

WP Notice has fully automated testing environment based on WordPress PHPUnit with more that 90% code coverage. Travis CI
full integration allow us to make sure that WP-Notice will not be broken.

The plugin files are 100% compatible to WordPress coding standards (PHP files and JS files).
GitHub: https://github.com/barzik/wp-notice

Automated testing

WP Tutorial maker can be tested by using PHPUnit with the official WordPress testing environment.

  1. Install WordPress develop and PHPUnit. You can follow these instructions
  2. define local variable WP_TESTS_DIR with the location of WordPress develop phpunit folder.
    for example, put export WP_TESTS_DIR="/var/www/html/wordpress-develop/tests/phpunit" in .bashrc (Linux)
  3. Go to the plugin main folder and run phpunit.
  4. Tests coverage report is being printed in HTML page to ./log/CodeCoverage.

Translations

  • English – default, always included
  • Hebrew

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