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  1. Hi Everyone, I would like to introduce Sentinote (http://sentinote.com) + an offer. Sentinote is a premium WordPress plugin that makes it easy to manage your WordPress site/blog using notes in Evernote. Focus on your content, not on how you're going to publish it on your website. Sentinote uses the Evernote-API to search for and retrieve notes by Notebook and tag and then convert these notes into WordPress Posts or Pages (depending on the note tags). Like some of the other hosted solutions out there the 'published' tag is the minimum required to get you started. Markdown is one of my personal favourite (and most requested) features that I am happy to say is now included in Sentinote 1.1.3. Here is a rundown of the tags supported: published -- Lets Sentinote know to take this note and process it for WordPress. Default post type is standard blog post. All notes to appear in WordPress MUST be tagged with ‘published’page -- Changes the note’s post format from standard blog post to standard WordPress page.draft -- Changes the note’s status to draft. This post will not be visible to site visitors.nolink -- Don’t create a menu item for this page in the special ‘Sentinote’ menu.close -- Close all comments and ping backs. This overrides the WordPress settings for comments.open -- Open comments only for this post. Overrides WordPress settings for comments.pingopen -- Open ping backs only for this post. Overrides WordPress settings for comments.md -- Apply Markdown/Markdown Extra to this note (Even if the Markdown setting was not ticked for all notes).nomd -- Disables Markdown/Markdown Extra for this note (Even if the Markdown setting was ticked for all notes).{#} (# as page id) -- Assigns the post as a child of another post (the parent) identified by the post ID. Handy for page hierarchies.{format} -- Formats available: {standard}, {aside}, {gallery}, {link}, {status}, {image}, {quote}, {video}, {audio} or {chat}. This changes the post’s format to the desired format. Feature images are also supported and automatically added as thumbnails by surrounding an image in your note with [featured] and [/featured]. The plugin is designed to work with hosted WordPress websites, not Wordpress.com accounts. It is an extensible plugin full of action and filter hooks to allow for easy future additions and 3rd party plugin integration. It is a premium plugin and I'm confident that you will love it. I am happy to grant a full refund on your purchase amount if you've activated your site with Sentinote and not entirely happy with it for up to 60 days after your purchase date. To help you even further I'm offering forum users a 15% for February using the discount code 'EVERFORUM0214' at checkout. Seeing that Feb only has 28 days this discount will be limited to 28 uses and one per person. If you have any other questions please let me know. I'm happy for you to contact me via forum messages, the Sentinote website, Facebook or Twitter. Important note: Because of the Evernote API and Markdown libraries using PHP namespaces, Sentinote will only work for sites running PHP 5.3. Most shared hosts have this running on their servers, but not necessarily activated for all accounts. Please look at the Sentinote documentation for more on this. In most cases it is a matter of adding a single line of code to your .htaccess file or a quick support ticket to your host. Also, if you use Sentinote and have feature requests or bugs to report please use the contact form on the Sentinote website. Fixing critical bugs is my highest priority as I myself use Sentinote now on half a dozen sites - if you're not happy with a bug, chances I won't be happy either and I will work hard to get it remedied. Thanks for your interest, Rheinard Korf http://sentinote.com
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