Wednesday, 29 April 2009
It's been all quiet on the blog post front so apologies for that. I've been coding scripts for other people for what is effectively now a few months so I've not had much of a chance to post.
That said, I'm on the verge of releasing a new Wordpress plugin. Since launching Sunpress Exchange (download - 105 other people have already), I've been looking into creating a more complex plugin.
An idea raised in the competition brief was this:
Nothing is off limits, so if you make a plugin that adds listings for other merchants: feel free, we'd love to see that!Over the past few weeks I put my thinking cap on (suggestion to Firebox, IWOOT, Shiny Shack, etc. - buy in a stock of "Thinking" caps) and came up with this:
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I thought married life might have pulled you away!
I'd be willing to have a trial with the plugin. I have at least two travel sites I could give it a go with - neither are sunPress - I do have another one with sunPress as well though.
One of the merchants I work with runs their own programme so I presume it would also work with them.
You can contact me via the site if you like.
Look forward to hearing from you
Written on Monday 04 May 2009 at 23:25:51 GMT (Permalink)
I think it looks very useful. I like the sound of the control panel for deeplinking and changing networks.
Written on Monday 04 May 2009 at 23:47:03 GMT (Permalink)
Looks really good, I'd use it when I'm up and running.
Written on Thursday 04 June 2009 at 12:22:16 GMT (Permalink)
I like the idea, special just like heaven for affiliates. Please let me where to download to test it, and when are you finalizing it for public.
Written on Wednesday 10 June 2009 at 14:26:23 GMT (Permalink)
Thank you to all previous commenters.
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