Link to Your Content 1.8 – Procrastinator

Alright, so that could technically be the release name for most versions of the plugin, but it fits best for this version. As I work with WordPress more and more I try to keep up with the trac timeline and all the changes that may or may not affect my day to day work or the code of my one simple little plugin. So yes, I knew around the time it was first announced that WordPress 3.9 would bring with it tinyMCE 4.x and necessary changes to ensure continued linking to content. I just didn’t realize how much would need to change until I dove into the code and realized that the way the tabs are being handled is now considered depreciated code.

Which is why this is a partial compatibility update and why I will no longer be procrastinating so long on make necessary updates. Thankfully the very useful compat3x plugin for tinyMCE is saving me in this case and giving me more time to make changes that I was planning on anyway, just sooner that I would have thought. All that being said, version 1.8 is now out, complete with the aforementioned updates for tinyMCE 4.x as well as:

  • Minor bug fixes
  • Minor style tweaks
  • Translation compatibility updates
  • Plugin en el español por Andrew de WebHostingHub
  • Dutch translation
  • The ability to use an image as the link in WP 3.9+
  • …and more
*No really, I’m going to be updating this more frequently now. If all goes well the next update will be out before the next major version of WordPress.

One thought on “Link to Your Content 1.8 – Procrastinator

  1. Hi,

    My name is Ogi and I’m the owner of FirstSiteGuide where I’m creating tutorials to help people get online in 30 minutes.

    I would love to ask you for permission to translate your Link to Your Content plugin found at http://maymond.com/2014/plugins/link-content-1-8-procrastinator and help our readers of different communities to use it in their own language?
    I can translate it to my native Serbian language.

    Please let me know if its alright by you.

    Best Regards,
    Ogi Djuraskovic
    ognjend@firstsiteguide.com
    firstsiteguide.com

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