Top 10 v2.4.4

This is cross posted on the WebberZone blog. I’ve uploaded¬†Top 10¬†v2.4.4 this week that fixes some bugs and a potential security issue. Please make sure you upgrade the plugin and use the latest version asap. As always, you can seek support in the forums. In other notes, I noticed today that the plugin has now

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

Add to All v1.2.0

After more than two years, I decided it was high time to rework my plugin Add to All in order to bring it more compatible with the latest versions of WordPress. And, to also bring it out of an “abandoned” status. The biggest change in this version is migrating the settings to the WordPress Settings

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

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

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

Photos from Gunby Hall

Taking advantage of the bank holiday, Ashwina and I took a trip to Gunby Hall which is a National Trust property in Skegness. The Orchard Cottage located in the property grounds is the former gardeners cottage and is a quaint little house. This turned out to be a great way to enjoy a quiet weekend

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

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

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