New beta version for GD Products Center is here, fixing several bugs (some rendering issues and saving some of the properties) and adding more new features: single latest/random product widget, simple and advanced paging for archives and some more plugin core changes.
After few minor revisions of the plugin, here is the ‘major’ update to 1.1.0. GD Unit Converter got many new conversion unites in the past couple of months, and this new version has been optimized to use less resources and not load at all on the front end side of the website.
Another beta version is ready, with several important bugs fixed and few more minor features added. All reported bugs so far should be taken care of, theme templates creation is improved and plugin can now track visits to compare pages and which products were compared.
One of the best things about WordPress are plugins. With plugins you can expand WordPress and make it into anything you need it to be. But, each plugin requires time for loading and processing and it takes up additional resources. How much exactly one plugin need?
Here is a first minor revision for GD Press Tools 4.3 Pro. This version fixes several bugs with debugger, tracker and FTP transfer class. Special thanks goes to Frank P. Walentynowicz for helping with FTP class once again, and improving it with file position when retrying.
Brand new major version of GD Press Tools Pro is here. There are not many new things in this one, but it includes huge core changes by using modules for some of the elements of the plugin. Database, robots meta tags, cron and few other things are expanded with new features.
Brand new update for GD bbPress Attachments brings several major features: display of image attachments as thumbnails, new tabbed interface for the plugin, error logging and display, as well as several important fixes including problem with uploading from edit topic and reply pages.
New WordPress 3.3 is just around the corner, and no matter how good new version will be, in the next couple of months less than 15% of all WordPress websites will upgrade to 3.3. And if you look to the past versions of WordPress, you will see that adoption rate looks pretty bad.
Minor release with few new features and all changes from previous few bug fixing releases. Plugin now has hooks to expand custom meta boxes rendering and direct filter support for Subscribe2 plugin notifications through another enhanced feature for all custom post types.
Last year in November, there was price adjustment for some of the products, and now, a year later we have more price changes. Themes prices are lowered (single and membership), plugins pack with annual payments is also lowered, and individual plugins have equal prices.
Main goal with 4.3 is to finish the plugin core changes started with 4.2 version. Now, focus is on modularity, and many of the plugin features will be handled as modules for better control in the multisite/network environments. Some new features and fixes will be also included.
New major beta release is released and it contains many new features: filter archive pages, indexing of the product properties for filtering and searching, improved editors and controls, improved support for WordPress 3.3, updated jQueryUI and gdr2 libraries and more.