Kraken Automatic Post Editor Plugin for WordPress

Author: CodeRevolutionPrice: $19.00

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Kraken Automatic Post Editor Plugin for WordPress

The Kraken is a legendary sea monster of giant size that is said to dwell off the coasts of Norway and Greenland. Starting from now, you can use the powers of the mighty Kraken to automatically edit post published on your WordPress website!

What Can You Do With This Plugin?

Kraken Automatic Post Editor Plugin for WordPress is a breaking edge (made in 2017) automatic post editor plugin. This plugin is a great tool to automatically replace initial content or to fill in incomplete content from your blog. It uses a built-in engine to automatically edit posts (on publish, or delayed from publishing time), as you define in it’s settings!

Kraken Automatic Post Editor plugin allows the page admin to set rules to dynamically add content to posts or pages and any custom post type you have active on the current WordPress installation. There are a number of different ways you can use this plugin:

  • v1.1 update: added bulk manual post editing feature – VIDEO
  • Automatically edit post title, content, excerpt, slug, tags, categories, featured image, author, date, comment/ping status, password, post type, meta and more!
  • Automatically translate published article’s content to any langaguage, using Google Translate
  • Automatically spin published articles
  • Add categories/tags from post title/content/excerpt/categories/tags
  • Random sentence generator/ad code editor and inserter
  • Automatically resize featured image

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Testing this plugin

  • You can test the plugin’s functionality using the ‘Test Site Editor’. Here you can try the plugin’s full functionality. Note that the generated testing blog will be deleted automatically after 24 hours.

Learn more about this plugin

Need support?

Just email me at kisded@yahoo.com and I will respond as soon as I can.

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Changelog:

Version 1.0 Release Date 2017-09-13

First version released!

Version 1.0.1 Release Date 2017-09-15

Fixed issue with excerpt

Version 1.1 Release Date 2017-09-18

Added manual run for post editing

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12 comments

  1. I have a question, I am looking for a way to change the date of my old items to add 365 days. We have a category with 365 items in and we want to publish them again a year later. Can your system do that? I tried voting Dead but I’m not sure it works

  2. Hello,

    This plugin can change the date of the posts, but only of those that are published after the plugin is activated and configured (it fires it’s actions only at post publish).

    So, at the moment, with this plugin, what you request is not possible. But, you gave me a good idea with this, and probably (if it is doable), I will implement this in a future plugin update.

    Regards,
    Szabi – CodeRevolution.

  3. oups “I tried voting Dead but I’m not sure it works” i mean : i try your demo site but i’m not site it works, hehe i am a french canadian and i use google translate and dont see the last text. You said “but only of those that are published after the plugin is activated and configured” if i change all date post manuelly first time for the next 365 your plugin will be change the date for the next 365 post ? Is not a problem to change all post manuelly after i install this plugin. And last question, can i add this option only for one category ?

  4. Hello,

    I don’t fully understand this question: ‘if i change all date post manuelly first time for the next 365 your plugin will be change the date for the next 365 post?’ Can you reformulate, please? :)

    Yes, the plugin can be set to affect only one specific category.

    Regards. :)

  5. I think it’s me who does not understand how your plugin works. When a post is published today and I add the rule to add 365 days that this pass it exactly? Thanks for your fast answer

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