Order Form for WooCommerce

I have a new plugin, and it’s my first premium plugin (i.e. it’s not free!) — Order Form for WooCommerce. I’ve had it in the works since late last year when I wrote to meet some requirements for a client’s website, and it’s taken me until now (late April) to release it to the world at large. Please have a play with it on the demo site. US $25 US $40, cheap! :)

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NextGEN Dowload Gallery now supports nggtags

NextGEN Gallery has a shortcode nggtags that lets you dynamically build galleries and albums from images that have tags; Photocrati talk about it briefly on their working with albums page. One thing the shortcode doesn’t do, however, is let you specify a different gallery template for displaying the tagged images. Never being one to shrink from a challenge, my latest release of NextGEN Download Gallery offers a solution. Continue reading NextGEN Dowload Gallery now supports nggtags

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eWAY integrations for WooCommerce, Events Manager, Another WordPress Classifieds Plugin

The eWAY Payment Gateway plugin now has integrations for WooCommerce, Events Manager Pro, and Another WordPress Classifieds Plugin with support for Australian customers of eWAY. And it’s still free! Continue reading eWAY integrations for WooCommerce, Events Manager, Another WordPress Classifieds Plugin

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Stored payments and Beagle anti-fraud protection for eWAY payment gateways

My eWAY payment gateways for WP e-Commerce and Gravity Forms now have some new features that should help some merchants building e-commerce solutions. Continue reading Stored payments and Beagle anti-fraud protection for eWAY payment gateways

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Gravity Forms now has a DPS PxPay credit card gateway

If you ever wanted to build an online donations form with Gravity Forms and bill people through DPS (apparently quite a popular payment gateway in New Zealand, also available in Australia and other countries), you now can thanks to some kind sponsorship. Using Payment Express (PxPay), you can have your form finish with a credit card payment, and you don’t even need to by an SSL certificate for your website. Click for more details.

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