This page include the latest version of the ResponsiveVoice WordPress plugin changelog.
- Add buttonposition parameter to tag.
- Buttons can now be styled through the responsivevoice-button class.
- Update compatibility with latest WordPress release.
- Load ResponsiveVoice through HTTPS.
- Position ResponsiveVoice button to before paragraph instead of after.
- Updated compatibility with WordPress releases.
- Releases will now be properly tagged, tags can be found in the “tags” section as usual.
- Added responsivevoice.css and responsivevoice-includes.php.
- FIX: apostrophes, quotation marks, &, <, >, non-breaking spaces and en dashes will no longer be converted to ASCII codes.
- Removed ResponsiveVoice icon from buttons, now the speaker emoji is displayed instead.
- FIX: Text in the button should not wrap around anymore.
- FIX: multiple instances of ResponsiveVoice buttons now work on the same page.
- FIX: centered vertical alignment of the ResponsiveVoice logo in buttons.
- FEATURE: added the possibility to only speak a piece of text. Just surround it with [[responsivevoice]]. Its parameters are voice and buttontext, like with [responsivevoice_button].
- FIX: Text in [responsivevoice_button] won’t wrap anymore.
- Added FAQ and Support links to the plugin’s action row in WordPress’ “Installed Plugins” page.
- Clicking on the RVListenButton on a page while a voice is playing will now stop it.
- Added support for new standardized shortcode, [RVListenButton].
- Added support for a “voice” parameter for [RVListenButton], which defaults to UK English Female.
- Added support for a “buttontext” parameter for [RVListenButton], which defaults to “Listen to this”.
- Support for voice attribute in shortcode
- This is the initial release of the plugin.