Hello Swiftler’s, How are you guys doing.It’s been quite a time since SWIFT was updated. Last 2 months have been very tough for me ( toughest in my life 🙁 ). But now it’s time to get my controls back and do some serious coding. I have planned some nice additions for SWIFT, if you have
There were some problems with the swift options page when used on WordPress MU, I have modified the code to make SWIFT compatible with WordPress MU. Thanks to edelwater of http://almanac.farmvillechicken.com/ for his help with the code. Apart from WordPress MU support, Improvements in this version include Fixed the image resizing problem reported here All the options have been
Hello Swiftler’s, I need your help. I made some major changes to the back-end of the theme. Earlier each option of the SWIFT was stored in a separate variable, that’s 200+ records related to the swift in the options table. Though mysql database can handle such number of records easily, it’s not a good practice.
Here are few reasons
- Validation is a sign of professionalism.
- Many engines cannot properly catalog or index a site that has serious HTML errors. This can greatly reduce the amount of traffic your web site receives from search engines. With SWIFT you don’t have that problem.
I need your help before I start working on it. SWIFT has lot of options and it might be difficult for a newbie to figure what a particular option does. Even though I have described each option, they might not be clear enough as I lost the perspective of a regular blogger after working on it for 6 months.