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Anthologize is a free, open-source, WordPress-based platform for publishing. Grab posts from your WordPress blog, pull in feeds from external sites, or create new content directly in Anthologize. Then outline, order, and edit your work, crafting it into a coherent volume for export in several formats, including PDF, EPUB, and TEI.

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=== Plugin Name ===
Contributors: oneweekonetool, boonebgorges, digitaleffie, gossettphd, janaremy, jcmeloni, jeremyboggs, knoxdw, patrickmj, sramsay, zmccune, chnm
Donate link: http://anthologize.org/
Tags: book, pdf, tei, epub, publish, rtf, ebook
Requires at least: 3.0
Tested up to: 3.0.1
Stable tag: 0.4-alpha

Use the power of WordPress to transform your content into a book.

== Description ==

Anthologize is a free, open-source, WordPress-based platform for publishing. Grab posts from your WordPress blog, pull in feeds from external sites, or create new content directly in Anthologize. Then outline, order, and edit your work, crafting it into a coherent volume for export in several ebook formats, including PDF, EPUB, and TEI.

Visit [anthologize.org](http://anthologize.org/ "Anthologize") to learn more about Anthologize.

== Installation ==

The best way to install Anthologize is via the Add New link under Dashboard > Plugins.

To install Anthologize manually, follow these steps.

1. Upload the `anthologize` directory to `/wp-content/plugins/`
1. Activate Anthologize through the WordPres 'Plugins' menu
1. Visit Dashboard > Anthologize to start compiling your project

If you're upgrading manually from a previous version of Anthologize, please be sure to deactivate your existing plugin before replacing it with the new files, and reactivate after uploading.

== Screenshots ==

1. The Anthologize Project Organizer screen

== Changelog ==

= 0.4-alpha =
* Better PHP error handling for increased export reliability
* Better character encoding in output formats
* Better image handling in PHP export
* Required compression libraries for ePub are now bundled with Anthologize
* Project organizer screen improvements: Anthologize remembers your last used filter when you return to the page; a bug related to item ordering was fixed; "Are you sure?" message added to the Delete Project button; better handling of item names with colons and other characters
* Export screen improvements: project metadata (such as copyright information) is saved; selecting projects from the dropdown automatically pulls in saved metadata
* Namespaced WordPress post type names to ensure compatibility with other plugins
* Anthologize content is now set to 'draft' by default, keeping it out of WordPress searches and reducing conflict with plugins hooking to publish_post
* Frontmatter added to PDF export
* Improved TEI output

= 0.3-alpha =
* Initial public release

== Who built this? ==

Anthologize was built during [One Week | One Tool](http://oneweekonetool.org/ "One Week | One Tool"), an NEH Summer Institute at George Mason University's [Center for History and New Media](http://chnm.gmu.edu/ "CHNM")
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