Version 3.4.2 of Frontend Publishing Pro includes the following changes: – Fixed a bug that was causing time-outs on some websites.
Version 3.4.1 of Frontend Publishing Pro includes the following changes: – To save bandwidth the qTips and validation plugins are included only when necessary. – Fixed a null error in Edit_Post_Link class. – Made sure blog name is encoded properly in emails. – Listed all the email placeholders in settings. – General improvements.
Version 3.4.0 of Frontend Publishing Pro includes the following changes: – Auto-updates! Just add your Envato purchase URL to the updates tab in plugin settings and the plugin will update itself automatically. Just like the plugins available from WordPress.org. – This version also fixes several responsiveness issues. The plugin is now fully responsive. – 2Read More
Version 3.1.0 comes with the following bug fixes and improvements: – Several changes have been made in the code to make integration with PayPal possible. This integration comes in the form of a separate addon downloadable from the addons section. – A missing trailing slash was causing post list tabs on some sites to throwRead More
Version 3.2.0 has the following features and improvements: Post-Form Link: Every post created from the frontend is now linked to the form that was used to create it. A form cannot be deleted if it is linked to any posts. Consequently the option to bulk-delete forms on the management screen has been removed. You canRead More
Version 3.1.0 comes with the following bug fixes and improvements: – Several changes have been made in the code to make integration with CopyScape possible. This integration comes in the form of a separate addon downloadable from the addons section. – Code improvements
Since version 3.3.0 Frontend Publishing Pro supports the free PayPal Addon downloadable from the addons section. This addon grants you the ability to accept PayPal payments for posts. This short guide will explain how it works and how you can set it up on your website. How It Works The addon introduces a new tabRead More
This is one of the most common questions asked by Frontend Publishing Pro users and in this post I will try to answer it as comprehensively as possible. Why Can’t I See Custom Field Values? Custom fields were introduced in the plugin to support the wide range of third-party plugins and themes that use postRead More
Have you been facing one or more of the following issues when using Frontend Publishing Pro? – Nothing happens when featured image link is clicked – Nothing happens when Add Media button is clicked for the rich text editor – The redirection feature doesn’t work – The page reloads when you click the submit buttonRead More
When a post is created in WordPress, items like title, content, ID and status are stored in the wp_posts table. However that’s not the only place where WordPress stores post information. There also exists a wp_postmeta table that contains all the extra bits. Each extra bit is stored against a meta key. This meta keyRead More