New Module: Index for GD CPT Tools Pro

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First plugin module is now released, and it is called Index. This is module for GD Custom Posts and Taxonomies Tools Pro plugin. First version is 0.9 Beta, and by the end of next week it will get first stable 1.0 version. By that time video tutorial and more information will be added.

Introducing: Modules for Plugins

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What is a module? Module is a plugin for plugin. Modules add extra features to plugins, or they are used to add features to WordPress through the plugin, using plugins basic features. Each module is installed in WordPress as a plugin, but it will be useless on it’s own, it need a plugin.

Dev4Press Maintenance and Affiliates Updates

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Dev4Press.com website has gone through some maintenance last week, with few more things fixes added today. Plugins and themes support forums are updated with expanded topic forms and affiliates program information is improved and updated with few new rules and guidelines.

Summer 2012 Special: Discounts and Gifts

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From today, ending on September 1 2012, all Dev4Press plugins and themes (including GD Star Rating Premium Support license) will have special discount for 25%, and with each lifetime license for any of our Pro plugin or plugins pack, you will get free lifetime themes licenses.

New lower prices for plugins and packs

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Dev4Press premium plugins, plugins pack and themes membership club prices are now changed and lower than before. More than that, we now have 4 different price categories for different plugins. Prices for individual themes remained the same, with lower price for club license.

GD Simple Widgets 2.1 Pro

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It’s been awhile since the previous versions of both plugins, but here are updated versions, compatible with upcoming WordPress 3.1 and fixes the problems caused by loading of jQuery and jQueryUI when not needed (issues with all xScape based themes are now gone).

…And what WordPress actually needs?

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It is not fair only to point out what is not good with upcoming WordPress, as I did yesterday. There are many things WordPress need, and for some reason all that is completely overlooked by core developers, so I will list all those things that will actually make WordPress better.

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