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Revisionary Plugin

  1. theblackwidower
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    Currently, I'm running a site used to publish stories... fan fiction.

    I typically schedule updates of subsequent chapters during the afternoon on the next day. Unfortunately, this means that the chapter is posted, but given how I designed the site, nothing links to it, except the side widgets, but I doubt most people pay attention to that.

    Obviously I have to add the three links (one on the front page, one on the story-specific page, and one for the 'next' button on the previous chapter) after the story is published, otherwise it'll lead to a 404 error.

    But it kinda defeats the purpose of scheduling the thing if I have to manually set the links to it at that time.

    Revisionary

    This plugin allows the ability to schedule updates to pre-existing pages and posts. Which would come in real handy for my purposes.

    I don't know if it might end up being problematic or confusing for most users. If that is the case, it might be useful to set it up as an optional feature, that needs to be selected.

    Just an idea.

    The blog I need help with is blackfandom.wordpress.com.

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