Text Replace v2.0

I’d like to announce the official release of the updated Text Replace plugin (v2.0) for WordPress.

Replace text with other text in posts, etc. Very handy to create shortcuts to commonly-typed and/or lengthy text/HTML, or for smilies.

The plugin’s official homepage is located at :
coffee2code.com/wp-plugins/text-replace.

This release debuts the admin options page for the plugin, which provides an interface to define the text replacement shortcuts and expansions. Options are now stored in the database (negating the need to edit the plugin file). The release also brings with it full compatibility with WordPress 2.3+ and 2.5.

This update is part of coffee2code’s 14 Days of Plugins (updated plugin #12).

Comments welcome on this post for this version of the plugin. Comments will be closed once this release has been superseded by another.

Read more for a detailed ChangeLog of the release.

Detailed ChangeLog

These are the detailed changes, which may or may not make sense to you depending on your familiarity with the previous features and internals of the plugin.

  • Handled case where shortcut appears at the very beginning or ending of the text
  • Created its own class to encapsulate plugin functionality
  • Added an admin options page
  • Added option text_replace_comments (defaulted to false) to control whether text replacements should occur in comments
  • Tweaked description and installation instructions
  • Added compatibility note
  • Updated copyright date and version to 2.0
  • Added readme.txt and screenshot
  • Tested compatibility with WP 2.3.3 and 2.5

7 thoughts on “Text Replace v2.0

  1. Hi,
    I’m using your text replace plugin, and it’s great. So first of all, thanks!
    Second – is there a way to make it work in the sidebar area as well, including on text appearing within widgets?
    Thanks.

  2. I love your plugin. I has been a godsend to my blog in that it can help make it dynamically translated into another language. The only problem that I am having is that it is changing the wording in my javascript as well. I was wondering if there was a way that I could make it so that it will ignore anything within <script> tags.

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