I have been using a Plugin called WP Amazon Ads on my wordpress sites, most notably my This is Freelance article directory, since it allows me to split Amazon revenue with my writers.
Unfortunately since the WP3.0 upgrade it does not seem to be working. the creator responded to queries about it for a while, but seems to have just given up. I was wondering if any coders out there would be willing to give the guy a hand by taking a look at his script to find the Bug, and in turn help all the people on wordpress who would love to use the plugin!
by Susan Keeping8 years ago
I've taken the plunge and got my own domain to host a new blog. It's going to be called Writers Biographies. I'm using Wordpress. Can anyone suggest any plug-ins you think I should add? I have added Akismeht and Google...
by Barb H7 years ago
I have a website powered by wordpress, using the Thesis theme. I would like to add a few relevant keyword specific news items to different pages of my site to help with SEO efforts. For example: on one page I would like...
by Sam Kear4 years ago
What is the best SEO plugin for WordPress?
by Tony2 years ago
Just a heads up for anyone that has their own wordpress blogs or sites and uses different plugins.A couple of my sites have seen an increase in traffic but no subsequent increase in sales or anything else so I had all...
by June Campbell7 years ago
What is your favorite plugin for self hosted Wordpress, and why?I'm taking a look at my plugins and wondering if there's something great out there that I'm missing.
by Barb H7 years ago
I’m attempting to add a related posts section to my wordpress Pages. I would like some feedback on what is the best method for doing this. I have been reviewing info on plugins/widgets but I’m uncertain of what...
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