John A. has several different plugins designed specifically for ClassicPress. He is a very active member of the ClassicPress community. We talk a bit about his plugins and upcoming projects, why he decided to get in to the community, and the future of WordPress and ClassicPress.
Today’s interview is with Ivan Guigni of Stockdio.com
Their stock ticker plugin was reviewed in Episode 406.
The plugin reviewed is a stock ticker plugin but they have 5 different plugins. The plugins are very easy to install and customize and available in multiple languages.
We also discuss their pricing and other plugins.
Today’s interview is with Shakhawat Sultan from RexTheme, who have created a 360 degree virtual tour plugin.
This is the second interview with RexTheme, the last one was Interview 24. Their plugins have also been reviewed by us previously.
The WP VR plugin creates a virtual tour using 360 degree panoramic photo. It’s a much cheaper and more flexible alternative to making videos or hiring a camera crew. WP VR is designed for realtors to showcase homes, but it is also useful for hotel owners, theme parks, museums, etc.
You can use the plugin in both the Gutenberg editor and the classic WordPress editor.
Basic features include clickable info hot spots, buttons to take you to another room/place, and Gutenberg block support.
Premium also includes customizable hot spot buttons, an on-screen compass, unlimited scenes, and more.
We also talk about some of their other plugins and upcoming projects.
The free and premium versions of WP VR are available on their website, rextheme.com/wpvr/.
YouTube tutorials – RexTheme
Find them on Facebook – facebook.com/RexTheme/
Follow their twitter – @rexthemeltd
Today’s interview is with Sean Conklin from CodedCommerce.
We previously reviewed some plugins Sean has worked on. For example: Benchmark Email Lite, all the way back in Episode 73!
For the last 2.5 yrs he’s been focusing on sites powered with WooCommerce. What makes WooCommerce great is it lets you customize, manage costs, and choose vendors much easier.
There’s also a ton of plugins if the basic settings/options aren’t enough. These range from WooCommerce official extensions that WooCommerce.com “sells” (A subscription that entitles you to 1 year of updates and support from the date of purchase) to Premium 3rd party plugins, and then there’s usually freemium ones on WP.org
Usually Sean helps with upgrading, infrastructure, and back-end.
In this interview he also discusses CRM and some wisdom about WooCommerce.
He writes code snippets to edit things that are company-specific or not working quite right. He uses the Code Snippets plugin, which is officially recommended by WooComerce!
Contact Sean at his website, CodedCommerce.com!
Today’s interview show is with Gulam Hemani from PieRegister.
This plugin was reviewed in Episode 384 of WPPluginsAtoZ.
PieRegister is a plugin for creating registration forms.
PieRegister Pro offers perpetual licensing – purchase once for the number of sites you need (1, 5 or 10) and use forever.
The free and premium comparison can be found at PieRegister.com/plan-and-pricing/
- Drag and Drop editor
- Role Based Redirection
- Conditional logic
- Invitation codes
- You can restrict access by creating a set of invite codes then sending them to the people you want to register
- Payment integration
- PayPal, Stripe, and Authorize.net
- Security features
- Two Step authentication
- Time-Based submission filter
- IP blocking
- integration with Mailchimp
This plugin also includes themes for the forms to make them fit in with your website better.
Find more info, download, or purchase at PieRegister.com
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