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Sublpress

by helmutgranda ST2

A Sublime Text 2/3 Plugin to manage WordPress websites.

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Sublpress

A Sublime Text 2/3 Plugin to manage WordPress websites.

This repo is a rebirth of the original Sublpress created by @brzrkr (https://github.com/brzrkr/Sublpress)

Description

Sublpress is a Sublime Text 2 / 3 plugin to manage WordPress 3.5 installations from within Sublime Text. The mostly quick panel based system allows for managing settings, posts(and custom post types), pages and taxonomy terms of a WordPress blog.

Everything in Sublpress is controlled mostly via quick panel. You usually go through a few menus and then a post will open up in a onother tab and any changes you make and then save will be reflected on the blog. The status bar will display a loading indicator and usually a success or failure message depending on an action's result.

Installation

1. Open the command palette in Sublime Text and search for Package Control’s “Install Package” command. From there you should be able to search for “Sublpress” and have it automatically installed.

2. Clone (or copy the contents of) this repository into your Sublime Text ./Packages folder:

git clone https://github.com/helmutgranda/Sublpress

Feature List

  • Create, Edit, Delete, Rename Posts
  • Create, Edit, Delete, Rename Pages
  • Create, Edit, Delete, Rename Posts of a Custom Post Type
  • Create, Delete, Rename Terms in a Taxonomy
  • Upload Media (with Assign as Featured Image action)
  • Edit Terms and Taxonomies associated with a Post
  • Change WordPress settings

Screenshots

A few examples of the actions that come with Sublpress right now:

Choosing a WordPress Host (“WP: Connect to Site”)

After Selecting a Host

Edit Settings (“WP: Edit Settings”)

Manage All Pages (“WP: Manage all Pages”)

Page or Post Actions (“WP: Post Actions”)

Term Management for Page or Post (“WP: Post Actions”)

List of Actions (“WP:”)

Example Site Config (“WP: Manage Site”)

Configuration

To start, you'll need to setup a WordPress site config to connect to. A settings file has been created for you in your /User/ folder. To edit it open the command palette and look for “WP: Manage Sites”. A snippet has been provided to make it easy to add new configurations, you can complete it by typing “site” without the quotes and pressing tab. You can continue pressing tab to cycle through the various options.

After adding a site connect to by finding “WP: Connect to Site” in the command palette.