Description: This plugin creates a new custom post type of Status Update
By default a status update does not have a title. You can post a status update with embedded images and html markup if you wish. The excerpt should not have any html in it and by default the plugin will attempt to create a plain text version of your status update.
For example, if your body contains the html: <p>Wow I really love using Status Update Custom Post Type!</p>
It will automatically generate an excerpt of: Wow I really love using Status Update Custom Post Type - http://shll.me/statustype
It will also try to pull the alt or title attributes out of images so:
Should turn into: Example Image - http://example.com/image.jpg
By default your status updates do not have title, do not generate titles and I remove the title tag from the RSS feeds. This may mean your feeds won't look correct in Google Reader but this is intentional. For more information consult the following post: http://scripting.com/stories/2011/03/15/twitterPostsDontHaveTitles.html#p5574
This plugin also makes sure your status updates show up on the homepage and in your main RSS feed. I don't know if the way I'm doing it will cause problems so please contact me if it interferes with anything your doing. I'm not finding a lot of documentation about this. So for now it's trial and error.
Create a status-type directory in your plugins directory. Typically that's wp-content/plugins/status-type/. Into this new directory upload the plugin files (status_type.php, etc.) Activate the plugin through the 'Plugins' menu in WordPress.
If you use next_post_link('%link', '%title', true) or previous_post_link('%link', '%title', true) to get the adjacent post for a custom post type which has a taxonomy assigned to it, it doesn't work as intended.
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