With the release of WordPress 4.7 I thought it was time to officially have Auto Load Next Post site to be powered by WordPress seeing how it is a WordPress plugin after all.
The new default theme Twenty Seventeen seemed appropriate and is WooCommerce ready so I went that. The customiser controls were a little confusing at first to match the demo of the theme but I decided to stick with the basics.
The menu navigation was the most important part of the site that I needed to get right so users know what to look for.
Links to documentation, support, f.a.q.’s and now a feature roadmap listing what is to come and in the future is available.
Images are provided by Unsplash.com and the site uses only a few plugins:
Mailchimp for WordPress
I hope you like it, download the plugin and use it or give it a try and signup for the newsletter for news on Auto Load Next Post Premium.
It’s Black Friday in the U.S. and while it is not officially a holiday it no longer seems to be something just for them. Over the past decade, other countries such as the U.K. France, and even India have copied the same sales pitch to boost increase in sales.
The good thing about a digital Black Friday sale is that you don’t have to cue up at your local store, get trampled over as the store door opens or fight with other customers wanting the last item.
e-Commerce stores can offer you digital items quickly with none of the Black Friday madness.
I’m celebrating Black Friday and Cyber Monday, so I am super excited to offer you a huge 75% discount on both of my WooCommerce extensions for the next 4 days only.