Getting your strings translated by Gutenberg isn’t the most straight forward process. You’ll need to make sure your compressed scripts keep the
__ variable intact, so that WordPress.org can process your strings.
The popular Browser Shots plugin, with 7,000+ installs, was just released with Gutenberg support.
Me, (MediaRon LLC) contacted Ben through his contact form to see if he would be open to adding a Gutenberg block to his plugin.… Continue Reading...
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Creating your own plugin is tough and it’s tougher to sell! I know! I have one plugin for sale over at BB Vapor Modules, and they honestly haven’t been selling well, but time will tell.… Continue Reading...
My latest plugin, Browser Shots Carousel, with the immense help from Ben Gillbanks, has been released. It took inspiration from his original plugin called Browser Shots and allows you to create a slider/carousel from your browser screenshots.
As some of you may know, I adopted a WordPress plugin called WP Plugin Info Card by Brice CAPOBIANCO a few months ago. I’ll go over the initial contact, the plugin adoption process, and the mistakes I made.
The Adoption Process
It started with a simple e-mail.… Continue Reading...