Holy Network Admin settings page Batman! As mentioned earlier, starting with 5.0, Breadcrumb NavXT now includes a Network Admin settings page and several settings modes to set the flow down of settings in multisite WordPress installs. The details on the changes in the flow of settings is covered in Controlling Breadcrumb NavXT Settings From the Network Settings Page.
In addition to the new Network Admin settings page, a major refactoring of the plugin has taken place. File organization has changed, with each class residing in its own file. A new top level loader class now exists so that the settings pages are only loaded when necessary. For more on the organizational changes in 5.0 please read Changes to Note Before Upgrading to Breadcrumb NavXT 5.0.
Three new filters were added in 5.0 these are:
Please see the Breadcrumb NavXT Documentation for more information on these and other filters.
property were added as valid HTML tag attributes to aid in support of microformat breadcrumb standards. A few bugs were fixed, including a bug where the current item could have the wrong protocol (HTTP instead of HTTPS) in search result pages. Finally, you may need to reactivate Breadcrumb NavXT since the file containing the plugin header changed in 5.0.
The Translation Team:
- Russian by Alexander Samsonov
- Chinese (China) by Amos Lee
- Swedish by Anders Täpp, and Patrik Spathon
- Hungarian by Atis Papai, and Máté Farkas
- Malay by Ben Di
- Catalan by Christian Eduardo
- German by Daniel Lang
- Arabic by Eid Aldikanji of devnet - نحو محتوى تقني عربي أغنى
- French (France) by Emmanuel Beziat, Erwan Lescop, and Serge Rauber
- Persian by Farjad Mahmoodi
- Greek by Giorgos Kounenis
- Turkish by Hakan Er
- Czech by jakubmachala
- Norwegian (Bokmål) by Jan Rosvoldsve
- Danish by Joachim Jensen of Intox Studio
- Lithuanian by Johannes Rau
- Spanish (Spain) by Karin Sequen
- Polish by Klaudia Tyczyńska, and Tomas Pukalski
- Japanese by Kojima Toshiyasu
- Hindi by Love Chandel of Outshine Solutions
- Portuguese (Portugal) by Luís Rodrigues
- Estonian by Martin Orn
- Latvian by Martins Dzerve
- Dutch by Renée Klein
- Italian by Tamara Balestri
- Gujarati by Vikas Arora
- Finnish by Ville Pilvio
- Bulgarian by Yordan Enev
- Korean by Young Pae
- Azerbaijani by Zaur Bayramov
As always, you can grab the latest version of Breadcrumb NavXT from the Breadcrumb NavXT page. If you experience any issues with this version of Breadcrumb NavXT, please leave a comment on this post detailing the issue.
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