Free WordPress WP-dTree pluginFree
This plugin provides dynamic navigation trees to replace the standard archives, categories, pages and link lists. They’re widgets so you can setup the awesome tree navigation with drag & drop ease, but it also exposes several new template tags for developers.
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Changes in v126.96.36.199 (2015-03-20)
- Added support for category-specific archives
- Added support to use description instead of name for taxonomy trees.
- Fixed the sort ordering of archives
- Fixed potential “duplicate entry”-mysql error
- Removed forgotten debug-call.
Changes in v4.4.2 (2015-01-03)
- Better sorting options for posts
- Archives now support Custom Post Types
- Support for Post Types Order (thank you, sydcode)
- Minor bug fixes
Changes in v4.4 (2014-12-22)
- Added support for WordPress’ Menus.
- Added multisite support. (thanks, John Pariseau)
- Added option to set navigation root to the current page or category.
- Fixed broken l10n.
- Fixed a XSS vulnerability. (thanks, Patrick Riggs)
- Replaced all deprecated functions.
- Fixed tons of PHP warnings and notices.
Changes in v4.3.1 (2012-01-11)
- Fixed: uninitialized settings will not cause wierd output.
Older changelogs moved here.
The original ‘WP-dTree’ was created by Christopher Hwang in ~2005. By 2007 Mr. Hwang seemed to have dropped of the internet for good so Ulf Benjaminsson forked the plugin in and named it ‘WP-dTree 3.0’ (note to self: having a release number in the title is stupid).
Ulf’s fork was focused on performance improvements – mainly caching – but soon expanded to add a lot of new features and modernizations; compatibility with WP 2.7 through WP 3.3, widgets, out-of-the-box Scriptaculous support, link trees, feed icons and more.
For version 4.0 the entire plugin has been rewritten from scratch by Ulf, bringing it in line with the much matured WP 3.x API and generally being less of a hack.
Author: Ulf Benjaminsson
Source from: WordPress.org