Dashboard: Scheduled Posts

WordPress 2.5 introduces a widgetized dashboard and some people had been wanting to see a list of their scheduled posts on the dashboard, so I wrote this widget.


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  3. Hi Alex,
    I am also a fan of the “Editorial Calendar” plugin. I altered your code in the functions “register_widget” and further below in the widget itself to do something like

    <?php If (is_plugin_active('editorial-calendar/edcal.php')) : ?>
    <a href="edit.php?page=cal" class="button">
    <?php else : ?>
    <a href="edit.php?post_status=future" class="button">
    <?php endif ?>

    So I jump to the calendar page when clicking the “view all” button. Obviously, in future releases these changes will get lost. Is there a way in wordpress to inherit from your code and make my changes permanent? Or have a settings variable somewhere in the config file?

    Cheers, Thorsten

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