Yet another revision of the IntenseDebate WordPress plugin is here. So what’s different? Quite a bit…
The most notable change is in the initial registration. We’ve completely rebuilt the interface for initial registration of your blog with IntenseDebate to help make the process even easier and better explain what is happening during this one-time registration to clear up some confusion that was circling around the previous versions. Below are a couple of screenshots of the new registration:
We’ve also addressed some display bugs when using our plugin with the latest 2.7 release of WordPress.
Additionally, we continue to improve the syncing between IntenseDebate and WordPress. We’ve now added a method to help us detect if your blog ends up out of sync with IntenseDebate and automatically correct the issue.
And last but not least we’ve heard your cries for XHTML validation and made some improvements to the code to address this, as well as alleviating some plugin conflicts with a handful of other plugins that conflicted with the previous version of our plugin.
If you’re an existing plugin user you can update from your Plugins page in your blog’s WordPress admin panel. If not (or if you prefer to upgrade yourself) you can download the plugin here. As always, give us your feedback! We’d love to hear what you think and any suggestions you might have for making the integration with WordPress even better.