From In Development

Introducing…”Social Me”

I gave another demo of the Social me plugin this evening at the Orange County WordPress meetup. It went over well, so I think it's ready enough to get it in your hands. (don't forget to follow Jeffrey's tips on backing up WordPress before installing it). Hopefully getting it out in the wild a little bit will encourage other developers to get involved. If you're not a coder, but believe in the idea, the best thing you can do is give us your feedback so we can improve the plugin. The links to the download are after the jump.

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Who Else Wants Their WordPress Website to be Seen?

Do you think you’ve done all that you can do to get your WordPress website noticed, yet aren’t seeing the results you want? So many times, we’ve seen our customers set up WordPress for themselves and miss myriad opportunities to get their website noticed by search engines and potential customers. We have come to realize that there is no easy-to-find, easy-to-follow, complete resource that can give people the information they need to get their site in front of the people they want to reach. Well we say, “no more!” We’ve been busy working on a series of screencasts for our readers that is going to end this drought of knowledge. Read more

Forthcoming update to the Favicon Generator WordPress Plugin

A few days ago we released our second plugin to the WordPress community. Thank you for all of your feedback thus far. One comment that we’ve been getting is the “Fatal Error” upon activating the plugin. Currently, the class we are using for resizing images down to favicon size was written for PHP 5. We are working on a new release that will work with PHP 4 & 5. We’re just doing some testing on the implementation on different versions of WordPress and will likely release the update over the weekend. Sorry for any inconveniences this may have caused. We’re pleased to see that 243 WordPress users have downloaded the plugin so far, and we hope to continue gaining steam as time goes on.