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May 2016 Newsletter
June is here, we’re already halfway through the year. We’ve been busy with new releases, support and development the past months. And we hope to bring you more…
Tribulant Software brings you the newsletter for the month of May.
“If opportunity doesn’t knock, build a door.” – Milton Berle
Have a look at some of the new releases during the month of May.
- New Releases
- Videos Published
- Free eBook
- Find Us on Social Networks
- Other Useful Resources
A new release of the WordPress Shopping Cart plugin is now available. This is a major release with new features, improvements and bug fixes.
Some import features in this release:
- Record Device on orders
- Pay Now link to pay unpaid orders
- On Sale Products
- Suppliers in Grid with Image
- Authorize.net SIM payment integration
- Aramex shipping API
View the release notes to see the full list of changes for v1.9
We have published a new video for the WordPress Shopping Cart Plugin.
and a few more videos…
Find out how you can optimize your WordPress website to make it lightning fast!
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