WP eStore is a powerful e-commerce plugin for WordPress specifically for selling digital goods online. While most e-commerce plugins focus on selling physical products, WP eStore is just for selling digital goods making it the world’s easiest way to sell digital downloads through WordPress. It has a simple and intuitive user interface that looks and feels just like WordPress, making editing and adding your products as simple and natural as possible.
In WordPress 3.6 there are some major changes in the post editor. One of them is Video/Audio support. Users can now embed their favourite videos or audio files into posts directly. There is no need to install a WordPress plugin for video/audio playback anymore.
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WP Elegant Testimonial is an easy-to-use WordPress Testimonial Plugin to insert testimonials to a post or page. There is no limit to the number of testimonials you can use on a specific page. You can insert as many testimonials as you want using shortcodes.
Google+ has a nice option where you can connect your existing WordPress sites to a specific Google+ profile. It allows you to verify your WordPress blog authorship with Google+. Let me show you an example so you know what I’m talking about.
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It’s really easy to upload mp3 audio files to your WordPress site. The media uploader usually recognizes the file unless it’s in the .zip format. In this post I’m also going to show you the quickest way to embed hundreds of mp3 audio files.
Lightbox has become a popular effect for showing a YouTube video in a popup. It lets you pop up your video in lightbox from a trigger element without directly embedding it into a post/page. In this tutorial, I am going to show you the easiest way to embed a YouTube video in lightbox.
Creating a WordPress PayPal Subscription is easy. You just need a reliable and easy to use WordPress shop plugin that allows visitors to subscribe to your premium content on a recurring basis. There are two ways to set up a PayPal subscription. One, you create a simple button to accept payment for the subscription. Two, you hook that button with a membership level so everytime someone makes a payment they become a new member and can have access to the premium content. This is a typical WordPress membership or WordPress Subscription process. In this post I am going to show you how you can create and manage a simple PayPal subscription using WordPress eStore plugin.
So I came across a plugin called WP eStore the other day. I would say I was quite surprised to see a WordPress shopping cart plugin at such an amazing price. It seemed like a great plugin with some really powerful features. I just wanted to see what other people are saying before I purchase the plugin. And there it was, a WP eStore Review from kidnapcustomers.com. Basically, the summary is: