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September 2015 Newsletter
I’m bringing you the newsletter for the month of September 2015.
Have a look at some of the exciting happenings we had during the month of September.
- New Releases
- Find Us on Social Networks
- Other Useful Resources
“The real opportunity for success lies within the person and not in the job.” — Zig Ziglar
A new release of our FREE and popular Slideshow Gallery Plugin are now available for an update. This release is a minor release that contain a few bug fixes, enhancements and new features.
One of the main features of this update is to bring you a fully multilingual Slideshow Gallery plugin.
The main reason for this update is to improve the Stripe payment method to include the new Stripe API. It’s internal changes, you won’t be able to see it. We’ve also added a new Bootstrap design to ensure responsiveness on the payment page.
A new update for the Checkout – Advanced Coupon plugin is available.
A new feature to specify countries to which coupons should apply to is added in this release. Some performance improvements has been made and an upgrade on Select2 to version 4.0.0 is included.
A new release of the WordPress Newsletter plugin is available. Version 188.8.131.52 contains some bug fixes , new features and improvements.
Fixed Issues Highlights
- Subscribe form checkbox mailing lists not displaying correctly
- POP3 authentication error even though Amazon SNS or Manrill is used
- Search clicks causes database error
- Segments in newsletter does not queue newsletter to subscribers
- 100% read tracking
- Subscriber exists, selected lists not pre-selected
- and more…
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