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WordPress Plugin Updates!

It may not seem like it, but I’ve been super busy updating books, plugins, and websites with all sorts of new goodness. I just finished updating all of my free WordPress plugins that are hosted at the WordPress Plugin Directory. Here is a complete list:

All of these plugins are free and open source; I use them on my own sites and make them available to the WP community as a way of giving something back. So THANK YOU to everyone who supports the work I do, either by purchasing my books, making a donation, or tweeting and sharing content on all the social media sites that kids are into these days. Your support is appreciated!!

Jeff Starr
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3 responses to “WordPress Plugin Updates!”

  1. Anoop Gupta 2013/11/13 2:15 am

    Many thanks Jeff, now I’m going to use the BBQ plugins in my blogs.

  2. Thanks a lot Jeff, thoses plugins are really good. Especially the BBQ one.
    Also, thanks for the other post on correcting wordpress infinite duplicate content, it works so well !

  3. Awesome! I have to agree with the others on the BBq plugin, very good.

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