Bug Library | Yannick Lefebvre | bug

Bug Library | Yannick Lefebvre | bug,enhancement,issue,manager,tracker

Description

This plugin provides an easy way to incorporate a bug/enhancement tracking system to a WordPress site. By adding a shortcode to a page, users will be able to display a bug list and allow visitors to submit new bugs / enhancements. The plugin will also provide search and sorting capabilities. A captcha and approval mechanism will allow the site admin to avoid spam.

Installation

  1. Download the plugin
  2. Upload the extracted folder to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  3. Activate the plugin in the WordPress Admin
  4. To get a basic Bug Library list showing on one of your WordPress pages, create a new page and type the following text: [bug-library]

There are a number of optional arguments that can be specified with the shortcode. Here they are with examples for each:

[bug-library bugcategorylist=’3,4,5′] = List of bug categories to display
[bug-library bugtypeid=’4′] = List of bugs from a specific category
[bug-library bugstatusid=’5′] = List of bugs that have a specific status
[bug-library bugpriorityid=’6′] = List of bugs that have a specific priority

These shortcode options can be combined:

[bug-library bugcategorylist=’3,4,5′ bugtypeid=’4′ bugstatusid=’5′ bugpriorityid=’6′]

  1. Configure the Bug Library General Options section for more control over the plugin functionality.
  2. Copy the file single-bug-library-bugs.php from the bug-library plugin directory to your theme directory to display all information related to your bugs. You might have to edit this file a bit and compare it to single.php to get the proper layout to show up on your web site.

Plugin author

Yannick Lefebvre

Plugin official website address

https://wordpress.org/plugins/bug-library/
If you encounter problems in using the Bug Library plugin, you can comment below, and I will try my best to help you solve the problem

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