For the first time in about fourteen years, I don’t have a company of my own. I’ve always kept my plugins on my company site, but now they’re all going to reside here for a while.
My WordPress Plugins
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My name is Borisa Djuraskovic. I am associated with Web Hosting Hub community team.
I found your Twitter Widget Pro plugin at https://aarondcampbell.com/wordpress-plugin/twitter-widget-pro/ very interesting. I would like to translate it to my native Serbo-Croatian language and help people from my community find your plugin useful too. But you would need to create the translatable .pot file first in order for me to proceed. Please let me know if you are willing to do that so I can translate it.
I’m always happy to have people translate my plugins. The .pot file is already in the languages directory of the plugin, along with the existing .po and .mo files:
Checking again if its alright to translate your Twitter Widget Pro plugin?
Please let me know what you think.
All translations can now be done at https://translate.wordpress.org/projects/wp-plugins/twitter-widget-pro/stable
Hi, is your paypal framework plugin still functional for WP 4.2? Should I be concerned about security?
I am building a website that has 3 membership options, and I am uncertain of the most efficient approach to this, but your paypal framework plugin caught my eye.
It’s still secure, and it still works, but just to be clear: It does not handle payment or membership for you. It’s simply a way of using the PayPal APIs using the WordPress coding style and WordPress helper functions. You will still need to write all the code.