Thanks to the holiday break, there’s a new version of Tagline Rotator available in time for the new year. You can read about it on the WordPress site here. The major improvement is that it now uses WordPress database prefixing. If you’re not familiar with this, it won’t affect your use of the plugin (you should still upgrade though). If you run a WPMU (multi-user) blog, or if you have several blogs sharing a single database, however, this is great news. It means you can run as many separate instances of Tagline Rotator as you want on the same database, and they will each use the prefix assigned to that blog. Please let me know if you run into any problems with this new version, and please use the automated upgrade feature of WordPress (or at least de-activate and re-activate the plugin when you upgrade). This will allow the plugin to rename its table using the WP prefix. Otherwise, you will get a mySQL error if your WP database prefix is not wp_ as the new version will be trying to access the taglines from the renamed database before it has been renamed. De-activating and re-activating the plugin fixes this error if you do get it.