A lot of times I hear people asking how to best approach fiddling around with certain design elements in their current theme without their visitors seeing any mistakes they make. A different version of the same question is about wanting to implement a complete new design and layout and optimize it to your liking. Also without you bothering your regular visitors. There is a very simple solution for that that requires a only a few simple steps.
Posts Tagged ‘testing’
Happy Monday, folks! Just a few things to tell you about this week. First, Chad Everett has released version 4.3.0 of MT-Notifier. Two big changes with this version: First, Chad’s upgraded the configuration to the new YAML style for plugins, which means if you’re upgrading you should delete the old version rather than copy over it. And, the standard version of MT-Notifier is now free. The free version has all the regular subscription options, while the premium version gives you a management interface and integrated search options.
Other changes, from the official announcement:
- Added bypass setting for skipping old notifications to new subscribers.
- Added checking of record count to queue sent message.
- Added include/header.tmpl to plugin.
- Changed subscription sort date to modified (from created).
- Cleaned up carriage return/line feeds in plugin files.
- Cleaned up code by removing unused callbacks.
- Cleaned up history writing routines.
- Converted Notifier->instance to MT->component.
- Converted Notifier.pl to config.yaml.
- Corrected problem with queue limit not working.
- Corrected widget method names to be more consistent.
- Moved subscription verification to CommentScript (from AdminScript).
- Moved content from App.pm to Plugin.pm.
- Updated translation file strings.
- Updated object file definitions.
We’ve also got a couple of items from the Melody Project. First, Byrne Reese explains Pubsubhubbub and why it’s in Melody. Also, if you’re interested in unit testing and using Git with Melody, Jesse Gardner posted a screencast featuring Jay Allen and Byrne Reese.
What have you done with MT lately? Let us know in the comments.