About a year ago, I launched WP Social Icons – a premium plugin based on Tipsy Social Icons that attempted to make it easy to include social icons on any WordPress-powered site.
It offered the ability to sort your icons, upload your own icons, change the size, adjust the orientation, and so on.
WPCandy covered some of my thoughts on developing it, and I had the pleasure of joining Jeffro on the WordPress Weekly Podcast to talk about it.
On top of that, I gained experience on what it was like to release a small, commercial product into the WordPress Marketplace and how it compares to the free version.
Overall, the plugin was a success. But as of today, I’m officially ending development on WP Social Icons.
Two weeks ago, I release an update to the free version of WP Social Icons. Because I try to keep the releases for each version of the plugin in conjunction with each, I just release an update to WP Social Icons, too.
I just released an update to the free version of WP Social Icons. This particular update is the first in sometime and introduced a couple of new features: Continue reading
I’ve just released an update to WP Social Icons. The changes include:
- Localization improvements
- Minor UI update to the custom icons listing
This update also includes the all of the major updates from the previous release.
Additionally, you can grab a copy of the plugin for 50% off from now until Cyber Monday – head over to the project page for more information!
Two months ago, I released WP Social Icons. Since then, I’ve shared my thoughts on plugin development and even spoken about them on the WP Tavern podcast.
I’ve received a lot of great feedback regarding minor bugs and feature requests. As of now, WP Social Icons 1.5 is now available.