Knowledgebase v1.4.0

Cross-posted on the WebberZone.com blog I’ve just pushed through the latest version of Knowledgebase. This version of the plugin has some minor fixes in the CSS which make the layout more presentable and aligned (Provided by Colinsp) Additionally, I’ve also added a brand new set of options that will allow you to include Knowledgebase articles in … Read more

Knowledgebase v1.3.0

This was originally posted on the WebberZone blog. A few days back I pushed through an update of Knowledgebase v1.3.0. Knowledgebase is my relatively new plugin that I released last year when building WebberZone. It’s designed to be very simple to use to set up your own Knowledgebase. The latest release incorporates a very important … Read more

Where did they go from here v2.0.0

On Monday, I pushed through a major version a.k.a v2.0.0 of Where did they go from here. If you’ve not come across this before, Where did they go from here is a unique plugin because it actually tracks which links a visitor clicks in the current post and then allows you to display a list of followed posts. Sounds familiar? This is exactly what Amazon does on their product pages.

Since it has always been one of my smaller plugins, I hadn’t updated this for a very long time. However, it is being used on over 1,000 sites and I thought it was high time for an update. Over the past few weeks, I’ve been working on refreshing the plugin to be fully compatible with the latest WordPress version and more importantly to include many features available in my other plugins.

Below are some of the main changes and a full list is available at the end of this post. As usual, if you’re looking for support, please use the support forums. If you’re an existing user, do consider writing a review of the plugin on WordPress.org.

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Watt Knott – A conversation in confusion

Came across this joke in my inbox that I had forwarded by self back in 2004. Couldn’t help posting it. Read on and enjoy! Enjoy this terrific confusing conversation of William Knott and Mr Watt. “Who’s calling?” was the answer to the telephone. “Watt.” “What is your name, please?” “Watt’s my name.” “That’s what I … Read more