Plugins,  WordPress

Top 10 v2.3.0

On Saturday, I released a new version of Top 10, my popular posts plugin for WordPress. v2.3.0 brings several new features and fixes a lot of bug. This version will be one of major releasesfor a while as I begin to develop a pro addon which should bring several new features. Of course, I’ll continue to release bug fixes and minor new features.

As usual, if you’re seeking support, please create a new post at the WordPress.org support forum. It is the fastest way to get support as I monitor the forums regularly. I also provide premium paid support via email.

The new tracker setting in Top 10 v2.3.0
The new tracker setting in Top 10 v2.3.0

All things new in Top 10 v2.3.0

  • Features:
    • Preliminary support for PolyLang
    • Search box and post type filter added in Admin » View Popular Posts screen
    • Link to Daily Popular posts screen under Top 10 menu in admin area
    • post_types parameter now supports comma-separated list of post types. To fetch all built-in post types use ‘all’
    • New option to use the external and more efficient javascript file for tracking
    • New function tptn_add_tracker to manually include the tracking code
  • Enhancements:
    • Viewing drafts will no longer increment the counter
    • When using the Left Thumbs style, each widget instance includes the CSS code to display the correct thumbnail size
  • Bug fixes:
    • Missing DISTINCT keyword in query resulting in duplicate entries in some cases
    • PHP Notice in Widget on empty search and 404 pages
    • Incorrect notice that Contextual Related Posts is installed on Edit Posts pages
    • tptn_show_daily_pop_posts() without arguments did not display daily posts
    • Using Exclude categories returned incorrect counts and excluded non-posts
    • Incorrect count on the Admin » View Popular Posts screen causing incorrect pagination
    • Incorrect thumbnail size being pulled out in some instances
    • Multiple widget instances incorrectly used the same cache
    • Incorrect text domain was initialised
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