A few weeks ago I announced that my Easy Content Types plugin was available for purchase. After five years of maintaining the plugin, I felt it was time to find a new home for the plugin where it would be properly cared for and developed. Today I’m thrilled to announce that the plugin has been acquired and is now under new management.
In early 2011 I released Easy Content Types, an advanced plugin that provides a graphical interface for creating post types, taxonomies, and metaboxes in WordPress. The plugin was originally released on Code Canyon.net and did quite well there. It was in the weekly top sellers nearly every week that it resided there. Then in February, 2013, the plugin was moved to this site and was one of the first plugins used to stock my own small plugin shop. Now, with some sadness and great happiness at the same time, it is time for Easy Content Types to find a new home.
Several years ago, I wrote a tutorial on how to create custom registration and log in forms. That tutorial was shortly after transformed into a complete plugin that has been sold on this site since. It was a fun and popular plugin but over the last few years it was lost focus from me, primarily due to the growth of my other projects. Today I’m thrilled to announce the plugin has a new owner that will keep it updated and breath new life into it.
Restrict Content Pro version 2.1 has been in development for more than six months and finally, today, I am thrilled to announce that it has been released. This is a major release that introduces some very significant improvements and several major feature changes. The biggest change with 2.1 is the inclusion of the Stripe, PayPal Express, and PayPal Pro payment gateways in core. These gateways were previously only available as add-ons but are now included with the main plugin at no additional charge.
One year ago today, I announced the launch of my commercial plugin for managing affiliate programs in WordPress, AffiliateWP. Today, that plugin is one year old, so I’d like to take a few minutes to look back over the last 365 days and examine how the project has performed, grown, and changed over time.
A year and a half ago I released a basic add-on for Restrict Content Pro that allowed site admins to limit access to bbPress forums to paid subscribers. While it worked very well, it was pretty limited. It only had the ability to restrict access to forums based on the paid status of a member.…