It’s been a while i haven’t posted a tutorial here on my website… i really apologize for that. But there’s a reason for that: i’ve been working very hard. I created some new WordPress plugins, and i wrote a lot of posts on other websites. I wanted my new plugins to be really nice and with brand new parts of code. That’s why it took me time. But i’m really happy of the result.
I created these new plugins:
- Real Estate Properties Listing
- Easy WordPress Donations Pushover Notification
- WordPress Top Notifications
- Restaurant Menu Builder
- Easy WordPress Mailchimp Integration Pro
The new plugins are really nice, i really love the “Real Estate Properties Listing” one because it brings new technics and new features. It’s the first time i used a templating system. But i had to remove it because it was a bit to complicated for the buyers. That’s a shame because it’s really powerful. The thing is that when creating a plugin that has to be “universal”, sometimes some methods can’t work with every theme, that’s why it has to be more simple than what it could be.
- WordPress Pluggable Functions
- Plugin Templating Within WordPress
- How to Avoid Theme & Plugin Shortcode Conflicts in WordPress
- Post Reading Duration WordPress Shortcode
- Make A WordPress Dashboard Widget Configurable
- WooCommerce Recently Viewed Products Shortcode Plugin
- Create Your Own WordPress User Contact Fields
- Add A Custom RSS Dashboard Metabox In WordPress
But that’s not all, i’ve also been working on my new project: WPbillings. I have to admit that i’m a little late on it, but guess what i have to give more times to premium projects, than to free ones. Because yes this plugin will be free. It will allow you to handle you invoices, estimates, payments etc very easily… If you haven’t subscribed yet, you should do it right now! ;-)
ps: i forgot you mention that i ranked 134th for sales on CodeCanyon among more than 2000 authors!