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Latest Releases & Updates for May 2016

May 12, 2016     Section214    

It’s been a busy month for us… and the month is only half over! We have a plethora of improvements, updates and new extensions to announce, so bear with us. Everyone loves free stuff. Don’t deny it! We all know you’d rather get something for free! Well, we love getting things for free too… so we’ve taken five of our commercial plugins off the market and they can now be found for…    read more 

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December 25, 2015     Section214    

Some of you may remember (or even be using) our settings library for WordPress. Well, we just wanted to drop you a line and let you know that it just got a tiny update. Not too much has changed… we’ve added support for the std argument to the multicheck field, and added a nifty new filter, your_plugin_unsavable_tabs. The new filter is super simple, and (in our case) super useful. It’s really just…    read more 

RCP ActiveCampaign Released

November 12, 2015     Section214    

We just can’t stop writing extensions for Restrict Content Pro! Just 24 hours after releasing our ConvertKit integration, we’re proud to announce the release of RCP ActiveCampaign! RCP ActiveCampaign allows you to subscribe users to your ActiveCampaign lists on a global or per-subscription-level bases, and automatically synchs user accounts when they are updated on your site. Want more features? Feel free to comment and let us know! We’ve already got a few…    read more 

RCP ConvertKit Released

November 11, 2015     Section214    

Hot on the heals of our successful RCP MailChimp Pro extension for Restrict Content Pro, we’re proud to announce the release of our second commercial extension for RCP, RCP ConvertKit! ConvertKit is a relative newcomer to the email marketing game, but it’s already showing some innovative ideas and one of the cleanest interfaces around. Our integration allows you to subscribe users to your ConvertKit campaigns on a global or per-subscription-level bases, and…    read more 

Travis-CI Integration For Sublime Text

November 1, 2015     Section214    

Hot on the heels of a post on editors comes the official unveiling of our first ever plugin for Sublime Text! During the time spent reviewing editors, I stumbled across a plugin for Atom that added Travis-CI integration through a nifty little notification in the status bar. Once I’d settled on using Sublime, I was understandably frustrated that it didn’t have an equivalent. So… I thought it was high time I write…    read more 

RCP MailChimp Pro Released

May 20, 2015     Section214    

We’re proud to announce the release of RCP MailChimp Pro! RCP MailChimp Pro is an advanced MailChimp integration plugin for the awesome Restrict Content Pro plugin by Pippin Williamson. Beyond the basic integration, we offer list overrides on a per-subscription-level basis, the option to bypass the traditional double opt-in system, the option to auto-subscribe your users, and integration with the MailChimp E-Commerce 360 platform! Want more features? Feel free to comment and…    read more 

Server Management Should Be Simple

May 5, 2015     Section214    

Those of you who know me well may know that one of my obsessions is pushing the limits of WordPress. In the last year, I’ve done total conversions of WordPress for use in web apps, WordPress-based development frameworks, desktop application development utilizing the WordPress backend, and even written an OS desktop environment built around WordPress (more on that particular project later). So long story short, during WordCamp Miami last year I had…    read more 

Just What Is .htaccess?

February 21, 2015     Section214    

If you’ve ever spent any real time working with WordPress there’s a fairly good chance you’ve run across a strange file in the root (or topmost) directory. Whereas the vast majority of the files comprising the WordPress hierarchy consist of a filename and an extension, such as the crucial wp-config.php, one solitary file seem a bit out of place. That file is the aptly-named .htaccess file. So just what is the .htaccess file?

Happy Holidays

December 25, 2014     Section214    

It’s hard to believe that 2014 is over… but what an incredible year! In the course of 365 days, we’ve gone from obscurity to having over thirty actively developed public plugins, with more coming every day! But that’s just the beginning… we’ve got big plans for 2015, and we hope to have you all along for the ride.