Tuesday, 24 March 2009
It's been nearly a week since version 1.0 was crowned a success by Chris and Joost.
A grand total of 39 people have given it a whirl and I've had an array of feedback, all postive though :-D
Rob Barham, a travel affiliate with solid industry experience as well as avid SunPress user, came up with a couple of ideas on how to make the plugin more user friendly.
Hence, version 1.1!
So What's Different?
Not much - which is why it's a 1.1 upgrade rather than a whizzy 2.0 upgrade!
Rob's idea was to replace the IATA airport codes with more meaningful text. Not only is it easier to read, it's more meaningful too. For example, the code "LHR" is replaced with "Heathrow Airport". Here's a demo:
The changes are highlighted on the image - panic not as the yellow does not appear on the actual box!
With regards to the settings page, the currency drop down box displays the currently used currency whereas in version 1.0 it did not.
Wordpress Plugin Installation Tab
When I uploaded 1.0, I made a right pigs ear of the readme.txt file. I've learned my lesson and made changes to the readme.txt file in 1.1. That means the page at http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/sunpress-exchange/installation/ now looks nice and friendly.
Download Version 1.1
As always, the latest version can be found at http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/sunpress-exchange/
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