• WebberZone Followed Posts
    Plugins,  WordPress

    Where did they go from here rebrand and v2.2.0 update

    I’ve released v2.2.0 of Where did they go from here. This update comes with new features, bug fixes and, most importantly, a rebrand of the plugin. Starting v2.2.0, the plugin is called WebberZone Followed Posts and has a new home. This completes the transfer of yet another of my plugins under the WebberZone umbrella. The rebrand of this plugin has been on my todo list for a long time. Although Where did they go from here was an accurate representation of what the plugin did, what it really did was display a list of posts that visitors follow on your site. My hope is that with the new name, the…

  • Where did they go from here v2.1.0 - Admin page
    Plugins,  WordPress

    Where did they go from here v2.1.0

    I pushed through a major release of my followed posts plugin viz. Where did they go from here v2.1.0 little over a year since the last release. This plugin brings some major changes, so when you upgrade, please make sure you check that everything works fine. Any issues, please create a new support ticket in the forums. If you’re an existing user, do consider writing a review of the plugin on WordPress.org. New Admin Page The admin page has a brand new look that should fit better with your WordPress admin area. The settings have now been upgraded to the Settings API. The page groups the various settings into a tabbed WordPress interface. You…

  • 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…

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