This update adds support for Special territories and Administrative areas in AdRotate Geo. Fixes archiving of adverts and includes many more tweaks and little things that have been improved.Read more »
A quick update for Matomo Tracker to ensure WordPress 5.6 compatibility. As well as some readme and dashboard tweaks.Read more »
A quick update to make sure AdRotate works on WordPress 5.6. Removes several outdated mentions for Google Analytics and makes enabling stats more impactful. Impressions are now only counted when statistics are enabled for that advert.Read more »
This update improves compatibility with geo services. Several dashboard tweaks are included and the plugin is tested to work on WordPress 5.6. Also stats work a little different now.Read more »
The plugins WooCommerce Payment Gateway Stats has been updated to work with custom database prefixes and is tested to work on WooCommerce 4.1.Read more »
While the update to version 1.2 brings no new features or bug fixes. A few things have changed under the hood that require your attention. Take a look at what you may need to do after updating.Read more »
This update marks the re-release of Matomo Analyics, which got renamed Matomo Tracker and Tracker for Matomo. The version number has been bumped up to 1.2 to indicate the name change. No features have been added or changed. The plugin works just as great as before.Read more »
For years I have wondered why the world so blindly got hooked up with Google services and why almost nobody seems to question if that’s a good thing. Nobody I know has any doubts. Reviews everywhere on the internet tell people Google is the best, or at least it’s very good. And if you search for “best way to sync your android phone” or “alternative for iCloud calendars” or something similar, everyone seems to blindly recommend the Google sync stuff – Which also quietly has you use their services afterwards.
Why? It makes no sense… Oh wait, it does. The Google services as a whole work quite well and they work on pretty much every platform and system. Sure, but so do many others. So why choose, and trust, Google?
Like so many others, I recently started to resent companies like Google and Facebook who seemingly just do whatever they want. Dancing around laws and regulations like they don’t exist or matter and the endless lying to their users. I wrote a bit about that in a previous blog post.Read more »
A lot of small changes in this update, most notable I finally retired the old widget to make room for the newer and faster widgets. The old widget has been on the todo list to remove for some time with it’s description indicating it would happen soon.
Google Analytics has has a good look and a number of things have been fixed and improved in that area.
The old widget has been removed from the plugin. You should upgrade to/replace them with the new widgets which have been included about 2 years ago.
These “new” widgets support all new features, unlike the old one, and are much easier to use.Read more »