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.
New update for Dev4Press Updater is here, and version 2.1 adds support for installation and update for plugin modules (first one to be released soon), improved plugin dashboard, few updates and several bugs fixed (multisite network problems and few other smaller issues).
New maintenance release for GD CPT Tools Pro, brings few minor changes and fixed. Most changes are in service of supporting modules (first one, Index, will be released next week). But, we have few minor new things added (for post types and taxonomies) and few bugs fixed.
‘Do it yourself Caching Methods with WordPress’ is my first article published on Smashing Magazine for WordPress. Article covers two different caching methods and includes practical examples with in line code, with full widget example showing different cache approaches.
New plugin version brings bug fixes for new posts view (changed slug names and problem with new posts since last visit), new posts widget got few more new options and a whole new panel is added to list all available standard and advanced BBCodes with codes variations.
New version of GD Products Center Pro brings few new minor features requested by users, number of improvements, updated libraries (including brand new jQueryUI 1.9) and many reported bugs fixed (import/export, filtering, templates, sitemaps and properties editor).
Another major version release for GD bbPress Toolbox Pro brings many more new features (new views with detailed settings to change slug and title, BBCodes and users list on admin side with topics and replies columns) and another set of bugs fixed (mostly related to quotes).
Brand new major revision of GD bbPress Toolbox Pro, brings several new features, many updates (including libraries) and several bugs fixed. Plugin is now also compatible with BuddyPress 1.6 using bbPress 2.1 for site wide forums including signature editor on user profile.
Brand new, major release for GD Press Tools Pro brings numerous improvements, new features and bug fixes. Get rid of the Howdy in the Toolbar or try new SQL debugger, enjoy better backups, get more settings or new cleanup tools, or just get few more bugs fixed. It is your choice.
New Beta for upcoming GD Press Tools 4.4 Pro brings more improvements: backup process fixes and lowered memory usage, bug fixes to some of the SEO related features, improvements to spam fighting, more auto tagger API’s supported and improved stability for final 4.4 release.