• Plugins,  WordPress

    Contextual Related Posts v2.3.0

    This was cross posted on the WebberZone blog Following close on the heels of Top 10 v2.4.x, I’ve pushed through an update to my most widely used plugin. Contextual Related Posts v2.3.0 brings several new features and enhancements, tonnes of bug fixes and several tweaks under the hood for cleaner code in line with WordPress Coding Standards. Existing users can upgrade the plugin from within your WordPress dashboard. Remember to verify your settings and clear the cache when you upgrade. Please address all support queries in the WordPress.org support forum and not in the comments. If you spot any bugs you can report them in the forums or the Github…

  • Plugins,  WordPress

    Top 10 v2.4.0

    This has been cross-posted on the WebberZone blog. I’ve been working on Top 10 v2.4.0 for a long time where the main focus of this release has been to get a more compatible tracker. Today, I’m happy to say that I have pushed through the release and you can now upgrade your favourite popular posts plugin as you normally would from within your WordPress Dashboard Updates screen. This version adds two new features, fixes several bugs, has cleaner code as per WordPress Coding Standards and also deprecates some functions. New tracker Two months back I released v2.3.2 which fixed a security issue and also required me to remove the faster…

  • Plugins,  WordPress

    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…

  • Plugins,  WordPress

    Top 10 v2.3.0

    On Saturday, I released a new version of Top 10, my popular posts plugin for WordPress. v2.3.0 brings several new features and fixes a lot of bug. This version will be one of major releasesfor a while as I begin to develop a pro addon which should bring several new features. Of course, I’ll continue to release bug fixes and minor new features. As usual, if you’re seeking support, please create a new post at the WordPress.org support forum. It is the fastest way to get support as I monitor the forums regularly. I also provide premium paid support via email. All things new in Top 10 v2.3.0 Features: Preliminary…

  • Plugins,  WordPress

    Knowledgebase v1.2.0

    I’ve released Knowledgebase v1.2.0 with a new settings page that allows you to change the permalink slugs. This now gives you the flexibility of having specific settings that work best for your WordPress blog. Besides this, there have been several updates, code cleanups and bug fixes that make this a version you just have to try. Complete details of this release are on the WebberZone blog. If you’re looking for support, please create a new post in the support forum.

  • Plugins,  WordPress

    Better Search v2.1.0

    I released Better Search v2.1.0 yesterday. Following in the footsteps of Top 10 and Contextual Related Posts, Better Search has found its way under the WebberZone umbrella officially from this version. Existing users of Better Search can upgrade the plugin from within their admin interface itself. The changes to this version include: Features: Cache enable/disable option + Clear cache button. Replaces “Delete transients” Search form widget. Find it under Appearances > Widgets or in the Customizer Heatmap search shortcode: Display the popular searches heatmap using bryan  Aaj ka matka open chart  re  s photos  go  goo  php  com  beautiful life  te  hide related posts  code  de-link  plugin  blog  all day …

  • Plugins,  WordPress

    Contextual Related Posts and Top 10 updates

    I pushed updates to Top 10 and Contextual Related Posts last week. The main changes are better support for WPML especially the ability to display the posts in the current post language. This could potentially cause some clashes with other plugins e.g. Polylang, which I am continuing to investigate. Another major change is to the text domain, i.e. what the plugins have used for translations. Following the announcement of the new translation system announced by WordPress.org, I’ve modified the text domains to match the plugin slugsi.e. contextual-related-posts and top-10 respectively. This will eventually result in lower plugin download files and most importantly localised and better maintained languages for Contextual Related Posts in your…

  • Plugins,  WordPress

    Top 10 v2.2.3

    Following in the footsteps of Contextual Related Posts v2.2, I released Top 10 v2.2.3 with several new features, bug fixes and enhancements to existing features. This release also includes the almost-complete rebranding of Top 10 as a WebberZone plugin. As I mentioned before, WebberZone is the new platform (or should I say revamped) platform for my WordPress development which is currently focussed on developing GPL plugins (both free and premium). This release of Top 10 comes with a brand new interface to view the popular posts in the Admin area. It is better integrated and you can now sort the views easily across all your posts/pages and custom post types. You…

  • Plugins,  WordPress

    Contextual Related Posts v2.2.0

    I’ve released v2.2.0 of my most popular plugin Contextual Related Posts today. It also marks an important moment in its development, as the plugin is almost completely rebranded and now available via WebberZone, a platform that will eventually host all my major WordPress projects. Contextual Related Posts v2.2.0 has several new features, some enhancements to existing features and some bug fixes. Existing users can upgrade the plugin via their Updates screen in the WordPress admin area. Two main features are the ability to turnoff related posts on a post by post basis as well as specify a set of manual related posts which are given a higher priority over the…

  • Plugins,  WordPress

    Better Search v2.0

    Better Search just got massively better with v2.0.0. If you’ve been using WordPress’ default search engine then you’ll know by now that WordPress doesn’t give you relevant search results for your search terms. You’ll get posts that contain the search term ordered by date. Better Search completely replaces the inbuilt WordPress search engine by a contextual based search fetching you more relevant search results. For v2.0.0, I spent a lot of time completely cleaning up all the code, fixing a lot of bugs and adding in a tonne of new features. The biggest addition to the plugin is several new and many improved filters and actions that will allow developers…

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