featured-image shortcode allows a floating featured image to be placed at the top of a post. Default settings can be entered to simplify the use of the plugin.
When used several parameters are available for use:
1. image – to use an image other than the default
2. title – set a title on the image (will appear in the tooltip)
3. alt – enter the alt text for when the image cannot be displayed
4. taxonomy – enter a category or tag name or slug to have a hyperlink added to the image
5. is_tag – set to 1 for when the taxonomy should be a tag instead of a category
If the default featured image is to be displayed simply add the [featured-image] shortcode to a page or post; when overriding the default add the parameters to the shortcode; e.g. [featured-image image=’wordpress.png’ title=’WordPress’ alt=’WordPress’ taxonomy=’wordpress’ is_tag=1]
This plugin is multi-site compatible.
This plugin supports language translations. If you want to translate this plugin please send the .po and .mo files to firstname.lastname@example.org for inclusion in the next version (full credit will be given). The .pot file is in the languages folder of the plugin or can be downloaded here.
Serbian (sr_RS) translation by Borisa Djuraskovic of Web Hosting Hub.
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- Can I translate this plugin?
Yes, the .pot file is in the plugin’s languages folder and can also be downloaded from the plugin page on http://development.azurecurve.co.uk; if you do translate this plugin please sent the .po and .mo files to email@example.com for inclusion in the next version (full credit will be given).
To install the plugin copy the azurcurve-floating-featured-image folder into your plug-in directory and activate it.
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- Add better explanation of shoprtcode usage to Settings page
- Fixed bug with Plugins page link to Settings page
- Fixed settings page formatting issue
- Multilanguage support added
- WordPress 4 Compatible
- Fixed security issue
- Fixed bug setting default options when activating plugin on multisite
- First version
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