Custom Metaboxes and Fields levels up to v2.0
The excellent Custom Metaboxes and Fields plugin has been updated to v2.0, with a completely new codebase.
FooBox – A responsive lightbox for WordPress
FooBox is the best lightbox plugin on the market and makes adding video, images and HTML contect in a striking layout a doddle.
How to show and hide content at set times
I have updated my Show/Hide Content plugin to allow setting start AND end times, nesting shortcodes inside the time restricting shortcodes and repeating show/hide schedules on a daily, weekly or monthly basis.
Use Gravity Forms merge tags for email notifications
Merge tags help you to automatically insert data that you already know into Gravity Forms, rather than manually having to enter it, like a user’s name and email address.
InfiniteWP – the best way to manage multiple WordPress sites
InfiniteWP takes the pain out of managing WordPress sites, with a simple interface, automated services and addons for every conceivable maintenance task.
Elegant Themes launches Divi 2.0 [GIVEAWAY]
Elegant Themes have launched version 2 of their highly-customisable theme, Divi, with an improved page builder, post formats support and new modules.
User switching – testing restricted parts of membership sites
The User Switching plugin is really useful for testing out what every part of a website looks like while logged in as any user on your site which is great for testing and troubleshooting.
Siteground – the perfect middle ground in WordPress hosting
I tested SiteGround as a host for WordPress sites and I was really impressed with what they had to offer. They’re definitely a step above the usual shared hosts with their premium features, decent hardware and WordPress-specific tools.
OptinMonster – Improving email subscriptions on WordPress
OptinMonster has reimagined how email subscriptions should look and work, and their WordPress plugin is a game-changer for adding optin forms to your WordPress site
Using Gravity Forms to create tasks in Todo
I’m a huge fan of Getting Things Done, so when I discovered that I could create tasks in Appigo’s Todo using notifications from Gravity Forms, I squeed a little if I’m honest!