Development of a WordPress Plugin: Custom Post Type
Name of Plugin: EN Page Manager
New custom post type plugin. User clicks on the custom post type button in the admin area. There are two drop down choices. One, create a new post. Two, edit (an existing post). When creating a new post, there is no need for an editor or the ability to select any templates. The only thing necessary is to name the post and add a url >> Save. Editing an existing post allows for deleting, editing the url or the name of the post.
What the plugin does? There is one template available for the custom post types. It's a template that is a frame for the url that was added to that post. So, the url that was added to this post will now be framed into the viewable page. That's it.
-The post name is masked, only the root domain name is seen in the browser's address bar.
-The url (the target page) that is parsed into our custom post is displayed fully at it's original dimensions… the page appears as if it were viewed from it's original location.
-The page template designed for this plugin needs to be dynamic, that means that the frame and the page that is framed in will change dimensions dynamically depending on the monitor / device used by the user. I am aware that if the original page being parsed into the frame isn't dynamic that it will not allow for this dynamic dimension changes, but in this case, like with any iframe, the scroll bars would be available.