Ever wanted to be able to let your authors know about all of the important steps to remember for your blog? You can distribute another document or use a seperate system, but this very simple plugin lets you define a checklist that will appear on Edit Post page.
Note that other than the design of the checklist, this plugin doesn’t store any data. So it’s just a way to add some reference material to the Edit Post page.
It’s a pretty easy plugin to use. Just upload it and activate it like any other plugin.
- How do I create a checklist?
There’s a new “Blogging Checklist” menu under the Settings tab. Go there and enter what you want.
- How do I make checkboxes appear?
Just use a pair of brackets, and they will become checkboxes
- Can I enter HTML?
Sure, go nuts. Okay, actually be careful. If you leave tags unclosed, you might make the administration pages behave weirdly.
- Security Risks?
Yes, this plugin does allow you to inject HTML into the Admin pages. However, only an WordPress Administrator can change the checklist, so it’s not really a big deal.
- Why doesn’t the checklist save its state?
That’s not the point of the plugin. The checklist is just a reference card. The checkboxes are form elements, but these just allow the post author or editor to note which tasks he or she has already completed.
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