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  • Wow, really guys? $150. We have a multisite set up due to conflicts with plugins running on the same site, so we created multisite only out of necessity. This looks like a great plugin, so we installed only to find a bit of a bait and switch. The plugin installs fine, activates no problem, but then when you try to find the settings page, it’s buried in the Super Admin area with a note to drop $150 in your tank.

    I’m not cheap, I buy plugins every day but $150 is way off the mark. That’s Gravity Forms territory…you need a database with shortcodes, CSS and major customer service to justify $150. This plugin is worth $25 tops. :S

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  • Plugin Author NextScripts


    If you don’t like the price don’t buy. Why you have to give 0 rating? What did we do to you personally to deserve it?

    Plugin Author NextScripts


    Also if you need it for just one blog without management of the whole network module, you can get the “Pro”. It will work.



    Love how he shrin comparess a static codebase to an API dependent software which has to keep up with all the 3rd party systems. As a developer, I respect an thank you for your hard work developing & maintaining this software.

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