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Re: [wordpress-195] FW: Comparison Spreadsheet For Content Type And Custom Field Plugins

From: user 1.
Sent on: Thursday, November 29, 2012 9:08 AM
Re: [wordpress-195] FW: Comparison Spreadsheet For Content Type And Custom Field Plugins Thanks for the share Sallie.  Always wonder about how well these types of lists will be kept up.  Looks like the most recent released plugin was 10/18/12.  Shouldn’t be too difficult as there aren’t a lot of plugins listed but what I find impressive is the depth of what they note about a given plugin.  The one thing they should done was add a link to the WordPress plugin page to make checking further on a plugin quicker.  It also could be that they are relying on the developers to keep their plugin on the spreadsheet up-to-date.

Slightly off the WP topic but another reference others may find helpful is this HTML5 / CSS3... browser compatibility chart.  Learned about it a week ago and find it very helpful when designing responsive themes and has gotten me off the fence with regard to using most CSS3 techniques.

http://caniuse.com/

Cheers,

Jeff


On 11/29/12 8:37 AM, "Sallie Goetsch" <[address removed]> wrote:


 

Feed: WordPress Tavern
Posted on: Wednesday, November 28,[masked]:57 PM
Author: Jeffro
Subject: Comparison Spreadsheet For Content Type And Custom Field Plugins

If you’re looking to use a Content Type or Custom Field plugin, your first stop should be this large comparison spreadsheet <https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AoY8IFUX301qdFhBaERLUEUwa3U0YjFYTnBmaU1mbmc#gid=3>  produced by Scott Kingsley Clark, Matt Gibbs and other plugin authors. The comparison spreadsheet shows the differences between the various plugins at a high level. Unfortunately, I can’t determine when this document was last updated or find an explanation of the various fields represented. For example, one of the fields talks about whether the team contributed back to the WordPress core. It would be interesting to know the qualifications for contributing back to core.  <http://www.wptavern.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/11/plugincomparisonspreadsheet.jpg> With so many plugins in existence that aim to serve the same purpose, more informative spreadsheets like these would definitely be beneficial for the community. Related posts:
  1. 500 Plugins To Possibly Be Purged From The Repository <http://www.wptavern.com/500-plugins-to-possibly-be-purged-from-the-repository>
  2. Core Plugins? Never Gonna Happen! <http://www.wptavern.com/core-plugins-never-gonna-happen>
  3. Canonical, Core, Something Plugins <http://www.wptavern.com/canonical-core-something-plugins>


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