July promises to be a big month of releases here at FooPlugins. We are releasing not one, not two, but six new WordPress plugins in the next few weeks!
Ever wanted to track the performance of individual images that are shared with FooBox? Now you can with our Google Analytics extension.
A large percentage of our FooBox users are high end photographers and photo bloggers in the food and web development businesses. If you’re images are being shared using FooBox social features, then this plugin is for you. It will allow you (or your clients) to drill down in their Analytics to see what images are having the best impact on their site traffic.
If you’re not familiar with FotoMoto, it’s an extremely popular eCommerce service for selling photos. Wouldn’t it be nice if your FooBox photos had a “Buy Now” button that opened your FotoMoto purchasing option right inside your WordPress lightbox?
Sure it would, and now you can with FotoMoto for FooBox!
p.s. Did you know that version 2 of FooBox is coming too?
(Code Name) – DemoBar
We’re still deciding on the exact name for this one as it can be used for so many different things. It’s our newest standalone plugin that has some very cool features for showing demos or sharing other sites right inside your own page.
Keep your branding while showing your visitors something else.
This plugin was sparked by requests from our FooBar users and we’ve tried to go above and beyond in it’s functionality and options for use.
Would you like to notify yourself, your users, or even an API when the status of a post changes on your site?
PostFlow allows you run a certain task when a post’s status is changed. This can be setup for posts, pages and custom post types.
A few examples:
- Email admin when post is set to draft
- Email subscribers when post is published
- Hit an API url when a product (custom post type) is sent to trash
- Fire a custom WP action when a document (custom post type) is published
- …and many more.
We have two new vendors joining our marketplace this month. We can’t say too much about this just yet, but both are names that you will recognize if you follow people in the WordPress community.
One has to do with PDFs, and the other with Databases. That’s all I can say at the moment!