During the past few months we’ve been hard at work on developing an extension for Easy Digital Downloads that will allow you to create bookable products and services.
We’re finally in the very final stages of beta testing and the plugin should be out by the end of the month. However for those of you who have been waiting patiently for this add-on, you can go ahead and test the latest version at demo.eddbookings.com.
Today we partnered up with EventAppi to give you a chance to participate in this great giveaway. EventAppi is the latest event plugin that rocks everybody’s world. We’ll get you singing with incomparable pricing and absurd features including ticketing/registration, custom event details, reporting, a mobile app to scan or look up tickets, APIs, control panels, and Omnipay payment integrations.
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There are many ways you can make use of RSS feeds, but the one you’ll be reading about today is their use for content aggregation purposes. What does that mean? Most (if not all) blogs also have their own RSS feeds, and these can be used to import their content, or a part of it, onto your own (or your client’s) WordPress site. How do you do this? This can be accomplished very easily using the WP RSS Aggregator plugin and its invaluable Premium Add-ons.