Breadcrumb NavXT 2.0 Beta 1

Its here! The first beta of the new Breadcrumb NavXT 2.0. An improved administration interface now sports language files for enhanced localization support. Speaking of which, I need translators! I have created the english.php language file as a template, and started a bare-bones espanol.php (Spanish language file) which needs to be filled in with the translations from english.php. Breadcrumb NavXT, is located in many files under the breadcrumb-navigation-xt-2 folder, all localization files are located in the subfolder named languages. A new order of calling occurs in this version, and it shows up as two plug-ins in the plug-in menu, one “core” and one “administration interface”. If you intend to use the administration interface, only enable the administration interface plug-in as it will automatically load up the class located in the core file. Only enable the core plug-in if you are going to use the advanced method for integrating Breadcrumb NavXT into your blog, and you can figure out the differences for calling the differently named class. For basic users integration into your blog has not changed from the 1.10.x method.

You can grab the beta from the Breadcrumb Navigation XT page, or from the link below:


-John Havlik

[end of transmission, stay tuned]

2 thoughts on “Breadcrumb NavXT 2.0 Beta 1

  1. Since this is the first time I’ve worked with making a plug-in multi-lingual I copied the method that I’ve seen used before. I’ll admit I don’t know the best way to implement it, and thus that’s why this is still a beta. One thing that bugs me with using a function named _e() is that e in c++ is used extensively for exception handling. It’d also be nice if it was easier to find the localization information for developers, I found it now but was having one heck of a time finding it before for some reason. Anyways, Beta 3, which will be a ‘real package’ on will have this changed.

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