Release of pTypeConverter plugin for WP
This is my site Written by bbbco on June 12, 2010 – 1:08 pm

Yay! We can all rejoice! Today marks the release of a completely rewritten plugin p2pConverter specifically for the newest WordPress 3.0 version soon to be released. Because of the functionality of this new plugin, I decided to rebrand and rename my plugin to pTypeConverter, as I have implemented the ability for users to convert between any type of post, including any new custom posts.

Since it is no longer a “p[ost/age]2p[ost/age]Converter” I had to come up with a new name, thus the “p[ost]TypeConverter” brand.

To get started, please visit the pTypeConverter page, and download the plugin.

And please, if this plugin has helped you, don’t hesitate to donate.

5 Responses »

  1. Hi there! thanks for the plugin…sent you a donation…

    after installing and activating the plugin in WP, it is not showing up in the tools section.

    do you have an f.a.q section to answer this question?
    thanks again,

  2. Yeah Sandy you are really very kind person! I think they need this donation. I agree with you that after installing and activating the plugin in WP, it is not showing up in the tools section. Thanks!!! 🙂

  3. This plugin, as it says in the Readme and FAQ sections (see the page or the plugin on, pTypeConverter introduces a Capability that is applied only to Administrators and Editors. If you are logged in as a user that does not have either of these Roles, this plugin will not show up in the Tools section after being activated. The reason for this restriction is so that you don’t have users not authorized to make administrative changes to your site meddling with your posts and pages. Please make sure your wordpress user has the proper privileges in order to use this tool.

    Thanks for all of your support!


  4. nice plugin. using it greatly and thanks a million for this

  5. Hi there,

    great plugin, exactly what I needed for. But once I’ve converted my posts into pages they don’t show up anywhere! Is it a bug or something?

    I’m working in localhost with MAMP on a Mac and the database seems to be ok (posts have been converted into pages).


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