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AdRotate Free 4.13.1 – Get it now!

Maintenance update fixing a few things in the dashboard. A few tweaks to the database. The Premium Support promo in the Info dashboard now shows the right price.
Social links have been updated to reflect the premium support service on Facebook.

Premium Support

A new service launched to accommodate those in need of some extra attention. Join the exclusive Premium Support group on Facebook for more direct access to development, problem solving and quick tricks and setup suggestions.
Check out more details on the Premium Support Product Page.

Changes

  • [fix] Premium Support promo listing the wrong price
  • [fix] Social links pointing to the wrong facebook account
  • [change] Removed Telegram as a contact option

Official airports

The official airport of Sipalay, a nipa roof, concrete slab and not much else.
There are 2 or 3 flights every week, often with only a few passengers.

Summer Sale 2018 – Get AdRotate Pro today!

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Summer is here! That means it’s time for a sale! Get any AdRotate Pro license over the sale period for 20% off. Thinking of monetising your WordPress website? Now is the time!

If you are you a online magazine looking to monetise your business? Get a license this month! If you are on a small budget and looking to earn more? Now is the time to get on with it! Earn some extra money with advertising, manage your campaigns with ease in AdRotate Pro!

Promo details

Valid: June 11th 2018 through June 25th 2018 (GMT+8 timezone, that’s South East Asia).
Coupon Code: SUMMER2018
Discount: 20% on AdRotate Pro (All license types).

AdRotate Free 4.11.2 – Available now!

A quick update rolling back Post Injection to what it was in version 4.10. Which worked better than the current iteration. Fixing it for real has proven more difficult than anticipated and will take some time.

Turns out there was something wrong with Shortcodes and caching, this has been fixed, too.

Changes

  • [rollback] Post Injection to previous version
  • [fix] Shortcodes for W3 Total Cache not reliable for some users

A scenic display

Way up in the mountains a previous government built an actual dam of rocks and sand. To catch water and control the flow of water down the mountain so it could be used for irrigation. Nice. But now it’s all broken and derelict. Ready for scenic pictures to be taken.