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WordPress Plugin Releases for 10/19

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New plugins

CleanCodeNZ Exclude Pages Plugin hides pages from navigation or other purposes using custom fields.

CleanCodeNZ Favorite Posts Plugin uses Google Analytics API to get the stats of favorite posts of your WordPress blogs and list them in a table.

Custom Metadata Manager provides an easy way to add custom fields to your object types

Updated plugins

AddToAny: Share/Bookmark/Email Button helps people share, bookmark, and email your posts and pages using any service, such as Facebook, Twitter, Google Buzz, Digg, Delicious, and well over 100 more social bookmarking and sharing sites.

eShop is an accessible shopping cart plugin for WordPress, packed with various features.

Events Manager is a full-featured event management solution for WordPress.

GD Star Rating allows you to set up a rating and review system for posts, pages and comments in your blog.

Update: There is currently a problem with the official plugin directory where some plugin downloads may return 404 (not found) errors.  The issue should resolve itself within the next 24 hours.  More details are available here.

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  1. MartyK says:

    eshop and events manager generate a 404 error when trying to download them. Something wrong at the Wp.org plugin repository?

  2. Steve (1 comments.) says:

    For some reason the Add To Any plugin isn’t found when the upgrade process is launched from the WordPress admin screen. And the GD Star Rating looks like it updates and then shows that it is still running 1.9.5 and wants to be updated again.

  3. James Huff (109 comments.) says:

    There is a problem with the directory. It should resolve itself within 24 hours. More details here.

  4. Eleazar (1 comments.) says:

    Is AddToAny: Share/Bookmark/Email Button better than Sexy Bookmarks? I’m hesitant to change my Sexy Bookmarks to AddToAny: Share/Bookmark/Email Button.

    • James Huff (109 comments.) says:

      It think it’s a matter of personal preference. For example, I use AddToAny on all of my sites simply because I like the all-in-one aspect of it.

  5. Nicholas Teo (37 comments.) says:

    I have tried to upgrade Add to Any a few times but received “File not Found error” too. Will try again later since now I know the reason is WP directory.

    Sexy bookmark look nice, I may take it for a spin



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