There's a new reset button at the bottom of the Content Audit plugin's settings screen. If you're embarking on your second (or third) review of your site's content, you can use this to clear the previous status attributes (outdated, redundant, etc.), the notes, and the assigned … [Read more...] about Content Audit update: new reset option!
I've updated the Content Audit plugin to include a requested feature: the ability to export a report as CSV. This lets you build a more traditional content inventory spreadsheet using WordPress's data as a starting point. … [Read more...] about new in the Content Audit plugin: export your report as CSV
During the monster content audit I've been working on, I realized that there was no easy way to get a list of all the uploaded images in WordPress that are missing alternative text for screen readers. So I wrote a plugin to create an accessibility report for media files. It's … [Read more...] about Help wanted for new WordPress plugin: Media Ally
I have been a coding fool this week. The big news is that I'm now working on the LiveJournal Crossposter. If you use it, you've probably been pulling your hair out all week because it stops WordPress in its tracks when LJ is down. I've fixed it so it just shows you an error … [Read more...] about Plugin updates galore: HTML Import 2, Content Audit, Dashboard Notepad, and bonus! LiveJournal Crossposter
I've been working on adding email notifications to Content Audit. It now has options to automatically mark things outdated after a configurable time period -- 3 months, a year, whatever. You can then email the assigned content owner or the original author a list of all their … [Read more...] about Testers wanted: Content Audit, now with email notifications