Post ToDo

Post ToDo is a modification of Our ToDo list with the ability to attach a to do list to a post or page and some additional options.

1. Download post-todo and place in wp-content/plugins/post-todo
It must be in exactly that place to work:
2. Log into your WordPress admin panel
3. Go to Plugins and “Activate” the plugin
4. Add a todo list to a post by just inserting the tag [post_todo]
5. You must be logged in to edit
6. Display all todos from all posts using [post_todo_all]

Todos for Post ToDo

Reader Comments

  1. The plugin seems to be exactly what I was looking for. Unfortunately, it doesn’t seem to work with WP 2.9.1…

  2. Hi, I belive this is a great plugin. Unfortunately, I can’t use it with WP 2.9.2. It’s still got the Headers Already Sent -problem;

    Warning: Cannot modify header information – headers already sent by (output started at /home/1/k/kobberslottet/www/wp-content/plugins/post-todo/post-todo.php:1) in /home/1/k/MYDOMAIN/www/wp-includes/pluggable.php on line 868

    and there is a different problem, when I try to enter some values and hit add in to-do list on the page where i put it;

    Warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach() in /home/1/k/MYDOMAIN/www/wp-content/plugins/post-todo/post-todo.php on line 84

    I really hope you’ll be able to fix it so we can use it with WP 2.9.2.

    Wish you all the best and good luck!

  3. Hi, Post Todo is a good start at something I really need. Therefor I’m having a look at your code to see if I can extend it to better suit my needs. I hope you don’t mind? Rest assured, I’m not gonna publish anything without your consent and I won’t be making a cent off this. And if I get somewhere I will ofc send you a copy.

    A quick question though: You have a single variable $todo_complete in the completeTodo function of the posttodolist class (line 508) that is reported as “may not have been initialized”. Any particular reason for that?

    Also, a wee little feedback: Your code would be a lot easier to understand if it had some comments in it…

    I can also inform you that I tried loading Post Todo on my personal website and got the same header error as reported by several other people before me. I have a lot of other plugins on this site so it might be a conflict with them, but when loading it on a clean WordPress version 2.9.2 everything worked like a charm. (Hm! I should update that installation…)

    Anyway, keep up the good work and thanks for a cool plugin. :)


  4. Thanks the comment stig. I fixed the line that hasn’t been initialised, I know I need comments, and to fix the header error. Maybe a way round that would be to use XML-rpc built into wordpress, I’m not sure.

    I write these things very quickly in general, when I need a plugin for something that I need to do, but yea they could do with more maintaining. If anybody really wants to help, let me know.

  5. Awesome, awesome, awesome… at least in theory. Looks like we’re not up to WP 3.1 yet. Any chance of getting this up and running? Anyway, keep up the great work here!

  6. Would be great if this “header” issue could be solved, because this is the exact plugin I’m searching for…!

    Using the latest WP version and if you need any help in testing, let me know.

  7. James — thanks for your work on this. Is it possible for this plugin to keep track of separate to-do lists for each user logged in? I’m thinking of having a “master” list that I would allocate to each new user and then have them individually work through each item. Is that possible?

    Thanks, Chris

  8. It doesn’t do it right now. You could modify it to, but I’m working on another todo list product so I’m not likely to modify this plugin so heavily.

  9. James — thanks for the fast reply. I guess you are right — I could create a post unique to each user. What’s the timing on your “next” to-do product? I’d be interested in trying/beta testing if helpful.

    Thanks, Chris

  10. Hey James, thanks for this plugin. It’s great! One question though. How can I add a date field (either manual input or datepicker) to the list? Is that at all possible or not?

  11. Can’t seem to get the plugin to work properly with WP 3.0.5. The plugin itself works, but when I log out it just displays these three chars: “”. Any ideas on how I can fix it, or is this a compatibility issue with WP 3.0.5?

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