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!
Building The WP Butler with Gravity Forms + (more) Stripe
Using a blend of Gravity Forms and (More) Stripe, I was able to build a system which creates dynamic subscriptions individual to each user’s needs. It powers the new WP Butler service.
Using WP Migrate DB Pro’s new media migration tool
WP Migrate DB Pro’s new media migration tool makes transferring a WordPress site even easier by automagically moving the entire media library from one site to another as well.
Sell and issue tickets for your events with The Events Calendar and EDD
A new extension for EDD allows you to manage and sell digital tickets for your event using WordPress. It integrates with the The Events Calendar for a complete solution to managing your events and ticketing.
SearchWP – Making massive improvements to search in WordPress
SearchWP stops WordPress search from sucking so bad. It makes your search results more relevant, and allows you to fine-tune what shows up in search results.
Planning your editorial content in WordPress
Editorial Calendar makes planning and managing your content so much easier, with a calendar view that lets you drag-and-drop posts and edit content, status and time on the fly.
Project management in WordPress
I’ve started using WP Project Manager to manage all of my projects in WordPress, with the ability to manage my team as well, including my clients.
A practical use for the new date queries in WP 3.7
I used the new complex date queries (made possible by Viper007Bond) to create a widget to show a list of authors who have contributed to your site recently.
A shortcode for using Category Ajax Chain Selects
Category Ajax Chain Selects is a very useful, but comes with an operational shortfall: the lack of a shortcode. This snippet will create one for you so that you can place chain selects wherever you need.
Allow users to submit posts, events, reviews, listings and more
Using Gravity Forms, you can easily take user-submitted data and turn it into events, job listings, reviews and more on your site, using the existing custom post types created by your theme or plugin.