Planned: Allow to test snippets directly in WordPress (without the need to go to Googles Structured Data Test Tool).
2.15.0 (Work will start soon)
Planned: Allow import/export on single pages, too
Planned: Allow import/export of all Global Snippets at once
2.14.25 (Jan. 21, 2020) – Current version
Fix: make sure that filters that add data to an already overwritten fields get applied correctly
Updated language translations
Added Health Check information for outdated PHP and WP versions for future SNIP versions
Fix: properties of sub-schemas did not show a text field
2.14.24 (Jan. 20, 2020)
Fixed issue where duration field type showed a second textarea a89156f Florian Simeth <email@example.com> 20.01.2020, 18:23
2.14.23 (Jan. 6, 2020)
Loop fix: make sure that the Item ID is the key of the array so it’s handed over to the function correctly.
2.14.22 (Nov. 26, 2019)
Fix for breadcrumbs: make sure that the category with the highest number of parents are returned so that the breadcrumb trail is complete.
2.14.21 (Nov. 22, 2019)
Fix PHP warning that may occur on some WooCommerce setups
2.14.20 (Nov. 17, 2019)
Fix: remove thousands separator on WooComerce price field
2.14.19 (Nov. 9, 2019)
Fix: make sure already overwritten values get their default values IF NOT overwritten
2.14.18 (Nov. 8, 2019)
Fix: rules were not saved correctly in some circumstances
Fix: some overwritten values of possible sub-snippets where not filled correctly on the frontend in some constellations.
2.14.17 (Nov. 6, 2019)
Avoid confusion: Remove “getting started” tab on “welcome” screen as it has a link to the PRO version which is not yet out.
Updated some language translations
2.14.16 (Nov. 5, 2019)
Fix: Allow to add text input to XPathType fields
2.14.15 (Nov. 1, 2019)
New: Show additional information in the health check window of WordPress
Fix: overwritten data from version > 2.13 and > 2.14.1 did not appear anymore
2.14.14 (Oct. 31, 2019)
Fixed PHP error
2.14.13 (Oct. 30, 2019)
Fix: overwriting did not work correctly if someone has multiple properties with the same name that are all marked as overridable and as list.
Fix an issue where some properties got a wrong value if there were multiple properties of the same name where one is marked as “list”.
2.14.12 (Oct. 30, 2019)
Fix: duplication of overwritten list properties was not possible in some configurations
2.14.11 (Oct. 29, 2019)
Fix: duplicated overwritten snippet values did not show up
2.14.10 (Oct. 28, 2019)
Fix: make sure that WooCommerce variable products can be detected properly when defining a rule where post taxonomy = variable
2.14.9 (Oct. 25, 2019)
Fix: multiple overwritten properties did not appear when marked as “list”
2.14.8 (Oct. 24, 2019)
Fix: import of rules may not select the right value
Fix some issues where data-properties could not be read with jQuery
Speed: Avoid overwriting-check if there are no properties to overwrite
Speed: Do not search the whole schema database to check for overwridable properties
2.14.7 (Oct. 20, 2019)
Fix: Overwritten properties get sometimes overwritten again if they have a default value
2.14.6 (Oct. 19, 2019)
Fixed issue where some form elements did not appear in the overwrite window
2.14.5 (Oct. 18, 2019)
WooCommerce “offers” field type: remove all offered items (aka IndividualProduct sub schemas) to get rid of the new product errors that Google brings up. Instead show an AggregateOffer on variable and a single Offer for normal products. Check out this blog post for more information.
2.14.4 (Oct. 18, 2019)
Fix: Global Snippets could not be saved correctly.
Fix: Overwritten values maybe deleted after Global Snippets are saved to database.
2.14.3 (Oct. 17, 2019)
Fix: Fix issues with overridable properties
Fix: post meta data from are maybe not deleted properly on uninstall
2.14.2 (Sept. 30, 2019)
Fix: overwriting of properties that are deeper than 2 could not be overwritten properly
Fix: overwritten properties got overwritten again in some cases
2.14.1 (Sept. 24, 2019)
Fix: make sure new overridable variables are actually overwritten on the frontend
2.14.0 (Sept. 24, 2019)
New: Added DocBlocks for all Hooks (for Developers). Hook Documentation is available here.
New: Export feature now exports rules on Global Snippets, too.
New (in Pro): Setup Wizard
New (in Pro): Sync functionality
New: Allow to uninstall (remove all data) if user decides to
Prepare for PRO version.
Fix: “Global Snippets” menu moved into SNIPs main menu.
Fix: make sure that overridable properties that are marked as lists and inherit schema classes are saved correctly.
Fix: WooCommerce width, height, depth and weight values did not return the right content.
Fix: make sure all field types for WooCommerce can be loaded for variable products as well.
Updated language translations.
2.13.3 (Sept. 1, 2019)
Fix: the value of the loop select box was not exported
Fix: Allow overriding if the initial field type is not equal to a textfield
2.13.2 (Aug. 23, 2019)
New: allow to add term meta data and term description
Fix: “Term title” and “Term URL” field types now return the right values if integrated on taxonomy archive pages
Fix: “Category URL” field type now returns the category URL if integrated on a category page
Fix: “Category” field type now returns the category name if integrated on a category page
Fix: Rule “Page type is equal to Archive page: categories” and “Page type is equal to Archive page: tags” did not work
Fix: Global Snippet Value window did not list all Global Snippets
Updated some translations
2.13.1 (Aug. 7, 2019)
New: Allow to uninstall the plugin
New: added “Cannot active the plugin?” link
New setting: pretty print of JSON-LD code
Fix: make sure plugin does not active itself if there is no purchase code
Fix: make sure the plugin fetches the right loop items on archive pages
New: added uninstall.php for a clean uninstallation
General compatibility with WordPress 4.3
1.4.8 (Jul, 29. 2015)
Fix: Some CSS will break the normal “Add media” modal window.
1.4.7 (Jul, 22. 2015)
Some cosmetical CSS changes
General compatibility with WordPress 4.3
1.4.6 (Dec, 17. 2014)
General compatibility to WordPress 4.1 (tested with RC-1)
Fix: Now allowing to edit “delete_posts” capability
1.4.5 (Nov, 06. 2014)
Fix: Fixes an issue when used together with wpMandrill (giving you the error: “wp_mail() has been declared by another process or plugin, so you won’t be able to use Mandrill until the problem is solved.”)
1.4.4 (July 15. 2014)
Replaced a deprecated jQuery function that was used in the plugin
1.4.3 (May 27. 2014)
Fixed a problem where a post couldn’t be saved when capability handling has been deactivated
New retina icon in the backend
1.4.2 (Dec, 16. 2013)
Updated WP-Buddy Framework again. Fixes a bug where the plugin checks for updates too often on certain WP installations
1.4.1 (Nov, 21. 2013)
Updated WP-Buddy Framework (especially the update functionality which – in some cases – checks for updates too often)
1.4 (Nov, 05. 2013)
New: Easy-to-use Editor button for WordPress’ built-in visual editor
Some language updates
1.3.3 (Oct, 25. 2013)
Fixed an issue where the capability handling did not work in WordPress 3.7
1.3.2 (Oct, 25. 2013)
Fixed an issue where the plugin breaks because of WordPress 3.7
1.3.1 (Aug, 19. 2013)
Solved an issue where the page load takes a real long time because the plugin permanently checks for updates
Update to the latest WP-Buddy Plugin Framework (compatibility with other WP-Buddy products)
1.2 (Mar. 25 2013)
Improved compatibility with other WP-Buddy products
Solves the problem that WooCommerce could not be edited
Some other bugfixes
1.1.3 (Feb. 7 2013)
Updated the examples that get installed automatically during the first activation of the plugin
New: Integrated some helpful links on the shortcode editing screen
Some other bugfixes
Solves the problem that the examples could not be installed
New: Adds the possibility to manage who can add new shortcodes
New: completely replaced the capability functionality in v.1.1 with a new capability engine which writes the new capabilities directly into the database (where it should be). Now it‘s possible to use WordPress‘ current_user_can() function to check whether a user can modify the current page type.
New: Adds the possibility to manage who can access the shortcode post type (uses WordPress‘ built-in capabilities and roles)
The shortcode menu-icon has been updated
Adds the possibility to use shortcodes in text widgets, too.